Exploring the Food of Greenwich Market - Greenwich, London SE10

Food of Greenwich Market
Food of Greenwich Market | Source

There has been a market at Greenwich from before 1700 - that's a long, long time! The current market is open five days a week, closing on Monday and Tuesday. It is a sensation to sight, sound and most important to me smell!!

The market is made up of craft stall holders which take up two thirds of the square, the other third is taken up by the most amazing food stall holders. From Thai to Tapas, from delis to drinks, it really is a fantastic experience.

Cheese Heaven
Cheese Heaven | Source

Some of the most memorable stalls include the deli stall with a mountain of cheese and salami and the paella stalls with their gigantic paella pans. There are baked goods, fried good, curried, spicy. Sicilian Rice Balls, Ethiopian Vegetarian, Texan BBQ! Is your mouth watering yet?

Meat, Meat and more Meat......mmmmmm
Meat, Meat and more Meat......mmmmmm | Source

There isnt just savory here though, check out the Brazilian hot doughnut stall, and the crepe makers! Yum!

Crepes Galore
Crepes Galore | Source

Feeling thirsty after all that food? Try the juice bars, and the cider bars!....

Juice it Up
Juice it Up | Source
Loving The Cider....
Loving The Cider.... | Source

Dont forget the edges of the market, there's Hola Paella - everything Spanish! Fabulous tea shops too - possibly for that mid afternoon snack......

Scone anyone?...
Scone anyone?... | Source

As the evening draws in why not hit the many pubs in Greenwich, two of which are on two corners of the market....The Coach and Horses and The Admiral Nelson.....

Fancy a Pint?
Fancy a Pint? | Source

Phew, full yet? There is so much to eat and drink at the market - you will have to ensure you go again just to try everything! Bon App├ętit

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