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Market Hall Victoria is the second of a new generation of food halls. Located in the heart of Central London, a stone's throw from Victoria Station, with entrances on Terminus Place and Victoria Street. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and late-night snacks, plus brunch from 9am on weekends. We take bookings for mid-week breakfast, Sunday brunch and Saturday to Tuesday for lunch and dinner. No booking? No problem. With space for over 450 people seated, we have plenty of space for walk-ins. Bring your friends, families, colleagues, mates and dates. Dogs welcome before 6pm. New roof terrace and rooftop bar opening Spring 2019! Follow @MarketHalls for all the latest news.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks
Bar, British, Healthy, Street Food, International, Asian
Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards
All reviews tacos kebab roti smoked brisket prawn spring rolls laksa halloumi fish and chips burger dim sum curry baozi inn great addition to the area buzzy place work colleagues great atmosphere nonna
All sorts of restaurants here we had scampi and squid rings one night. Went for breakfast mine was disappointing but my daughters was delicious. Huge roof top bar and this place was absolutely heaving on Friday night. Great for families and friends.
We visited Press Coffee Roasters in Market Hall, Victoria. It was very busy and situated opposite Victoria Railway Station, London.
The building has some seating for 400 people. It also offers 2 bars, 12 kitchens which serve many types of food. A good selection.
This place ROCKS! If you are a foodie, and you are looking for a great, affordable night out, this is the place to go. Lots of choices, grest atmosphere, and great food! It's little noisy on a Saturday evening, but great to people watch and...More
Great, great food.
After I dug into my bag, I gave £25.15 for a £20.19 tab. The cash register employee said she didn’t have change to give me for my order. I asked if something could get taken off to make a balance and she...More
We arrived around 5pm on a Tuesday and got a table easily. Half an hour later and we would have struggled. Was really busy with a good atmosphere. The absolute beauty of this place is that there are so many different food options there is...More
This new Market Halls site is a great venue, with so many choices of food, it was hard to decide where to eat. It was a Sunday morning, the day after a big wedding bash and 20 or so of us were in need of...More
Go visit, its by the corner of the tube station exit, a door way that you could easily miss or be lured by all that's glitzy in the surrounding area.
Plenty of foods and drinks to choose from and there is a roof terrace too....More
Couldn't find a specific page for Nonna Tonda. The market itself is a nice space - definitely busy (even on a Monday) but pleasant and bright. Great for catching up with friends and having access to a variety of food when you and your eating...More
A great concept, directly opposite Victoria station.
Busy but managed to get a table. 3 different floors - however roof terrace was not yet open. Great choice of food. You order at the place you want and you get given a buzzer when your food...More
This is such a cool space. Busy so you have to loiter a bit to get a table. There's up and downstairs and no FOMO they're both cool! Such a variety of choices, quick and efficient with buzzers to call you back when it's ready....More
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