As much as I love travelling and seeing other countries, I also like taking a stroll around my own and appreciating the small and lovely wonders the UK has to offer like Borough Market, one of London’s largest and oldest markets. Visitors can enjoy amazing,unique street food from all over the globe, purchase freshly caught fish or treat themselves to some home-made cheese in this market. You can even buy some furniture from some of their stalls!
There is a little bit of everything for everyone ( including gluten-free baked goods stalls) at Borough Market. If you are a foodie, than you are bound to love this place.
One of my favourite things about Borough market is that it sells both retail and wholesale goods.
Just a small heads up the retail market only operates on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 5pm, Fridays from 10am to 6pm, and Saturdays from 8 am to 5 pm. So Mondays probably won’t be the best day for you to pick up a lamp or a new throw.
Personally I recommend trying out a stall called Soul Food that sells Caribbean cuisine, my friend ordered their chicken box and gave it an amazing 10/10. I would have loved to try some, but there was no gluten-free seal of approval.
Rule 101 of eating out with allergies, no approval no eating.