This is a sponsored article on behalf of One New Change.
Hungry or thirsty in the City? One New Change is going back to its historic Cheapside roots by running weekly food markets on Fridays and Saturdays, in addition to the plentiful retail stores open all week.
Over 20 market stalls feature independent market traders like Jeremy Levis, the man behind Innocente, a new kind of coffee made from barley that’s caffeine-free. Check out this video.
Other stalls will tempt you with empanadas, handmade chocolate, Jamaican-style gourmet patties, cookies, baklava, pancakes, cheese, homemade fudge, olives, quiches, cupcakes, chilli sauces and chutneys. If that list hasn’t got you in the mood, flick through the photos above (but not on an empty stomach).
Next time the City’s Milk Street, Bread Street, Honey Lane and Poultry make you hungry, satisfy yourself with international food and fab foodie shopping at One New Change Weekly Food Markets.
And, while you’re there, don’t miss out on the spectacular view from the 6th floor public roof terrace.
One New Change food markets take place on Fridays (9am-3pm), Saturdays (11:30am-5pm) and the first Wednesday of every month (9am-3pm).
One New Change and its roof terrace are open seven days a week with over 60 stores including restaurants, fashion, beauty & accessories.
Visit onenewchange.com for more information.