Broadway Market has more than earnt its reputation as the one of the best food destinations in London. Home to a lively community of traders, food producers and artisans, each Saturday this East London market attracts thousands with its street fare atmosphere, promise of unusual vintage finds, and cornucopia of food and produce.
Fin & Flounder, Broadway Market. Photo by Fiona M Symington 2013.
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The Cooking Cooks Italian Kitchen, Netil Market, Off Broadway on Westgate Street. Photo by Fiona M Symington 2013.
The Bicycle Pitstop, Netil Market, Off Broadway on Westgate Street. Photo by Fiona M Symington 2013.
Santos & Santos, Spanish Artisan Foods. Broadway Market. Photo by Fiona M Symington, 2013.
All Scone, School Yard Off Broadway Market on Westgate Street.
M. Manze Oldest Pie & Mash Shop in London, Tower Bridge Road
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