Two New Food Markets Launch In London This Week

Helen Graves
By Helen Graves Last edited 22 months ago
Two New Food Markets Launch In London This Week
Artichoke Salad by Andrea Liu via the Londonist Flickr Pool.

Wembley Park Food Market – Wednesday 23 September

This new market comes from a company called Food Shed, a spin-off from the London Farmers’ Markets team, which runs a number of other markets around town. More than 25 stalls have been confirmed, including hot food and drink sellers, plus lots of ingredients to buy such as bread, meat, eggs and cakes. We’re particularly intrigued by the sound of ‘Hot Chip’, who will be serving chips, and only chips, from their stall in the back of a Landrover.

Every Wednesday 10-3pm,  Market Square, Wembley Park HA9 0FJ (off Engineers Way and Olympic way). Their Facebook page seems to be the best place to find up to date information.

Primrose Hill Market – Saturday 26th September 22, 2015

The line-up of stalls at this new weekend market is impressive, including smoked salmon from Gunnar Lieungh of House of Sverre, organic raw milk from Hook and Son Diary, charcuterie from Cannon and Cannon and sweet things from Bad Brownie as well as the ever popular Kooky Bakes. There will also be burgers from Burger Bear at the launch of the market on Saturday, consistently voted some of the best burgers in London.

Every Saturday 10-3pm, St. Paul’s School, Primrose Hill Road, NW3 3DS. Find full details of traders on the website.

Druid Street Market.

And Don’t Forget…

The recently opened Druid Street Market, which launched in July. Founded by Miranda York, the woman behind TOAST Magazine, this latest extension to the Maltby Street area in Bermondsey is looking great. There are stalls from caramel wizards Fattie’s, oyster fanatics Decatur London, and F.A.T, whose toasties made it onto our map of the 50 best sandwiches in London. There’s also a rotating pitch, featuring London’s new young food writing talent.

Every Saturday, 9-4pm 126 Druid Street, SE1 2HH.

Last Updated 22 September 2015