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My partner and I went to 2 different stalls as we wanted different food. I had a burrito (which had sweet potato and courgettes in it?????) and my partner had vegetable biryani.
Today my stomach has been feeling very unwell and I have started questioning...More
A fantastic great market, so so many different types of food, the smells as u are walking through are amazing great for lunch or dinner or snack on the go we had some chips they were amazing would defo recommend.
Located next to the Royal Festival Hall. Open Weekly (Fri 12-8pm, Sat 11am – 8pm, Sun 12-6pm).
This little market features some of the best artisan food (from all corners of the globe) and drink producers. It is affordable food right on the Southbank.
Might get a little crowded, still totally worth going - good choice, reasonable prices and great feel (surprisingly, the lack of tables and having to sit on the stairs makes it way more interesting). My Pad Thai was amazing.
Fantastic choice of food venders here
You can have almost any kind of worldwide food there's something for every one .The atmosphere is chilled people eating delightful food in a relaxed setting near the Thames
Plenty of drinks ice cream and sweet dishes to finish...More
On the 'wrong side of the National but still busy. This is a lovely market with a mixed bag clientele consisting of friends, families and lots of tourists.
The food choice was truly international. We settled on Sri Lankan which was delicious. We sat on...More
Perfect for a sunny evening after work or an evening stroll for tourists. Vibrant with lots of amazing food and drink options. A bit light on seating but it's a street market after all so get cozy with a stranger on one of the benches...More
We visited on a busy bank holiday, and at the time it was celebrating Indian foods. The food we tried was awesome, although it would have been great to have a little more variety (even in Indian foods), as most stalls were very similar.
Big time attractions such as the London Eye and a thriving theatre scene (compliments of the National Theatre and the Young Vic) are but a few of the reasons that Southbank is such a collectively cherished part of town. With plenty of family friendly activities and venues lined up along a pedestrianized river bank between Westminster Bridge and Waterloo Bridge, visitors can always expect a casual and
festive atmosphere. On top of all the fun stuff to do at Southbank is the opportunity to simply sit back and admire photo-op views of iconic landmarks like Parliament and St Paul's Cathedral, just on across the Thames.