Here’s a throwback post to Borough Market during my holiday in the UK in 2016. If you’re planning a trip to London and open to suggestions; I’ll suggest Borough Market, which is near the London Bridge.
If you’re taking the tube, stop at the London Bridge station.
Borough Market is a wholesale and retail market hall in Southwark, London, England. It is one of the largest and oldest food markets in London.
At Borough Market, we don’t just sell good food and drink, we celebrate it. We enjoy how it tastes and the way it makes us feel, but we also appreciate its ability to connect us to the people who produced it and the places it was made.
If all you come with is an appetite, you’ll be able to sate it in a thousand ways. But if you care about what you eat and where it comes from, our traders can feed your curiosity too. Here, in this historic setting, you’ll find an incredible range of food from all over Britain and the rest of the world – and every item has a story to tell.
Check out a list of traders – the heart and soul of Borough Market – on their website here.
Furness Food Hut is a version of Furness Fish & Game, which sits opposite this stall. It hosts a variation of foods from Spanish paella, wild boar hot dogs, venison burgers, and more. The Food Hut has different sections that belongs to the different cuisines being sold – but they all come together to make a collective of traders with a passion for their cooking and food.
Each dish is made right in front of you for you to see. The Bomba Paella and Traditional Chu – Chi Chicken Curry are key features to the Hut – they are cooked in giant pans so passers by can catch a glimpse of it. Employees also give out lots of samples if you only want a small taste.Furness Food Hut
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[…] a throwback post to my trip in the UK and more specifically to Portobello Market in Longon in 2016. Earlier, we visited Borough Market. Today, we take a trip back to Portobello […]