The market starts across the road from Angel Station between Penton Street and Liverpool Road. Offering a wide range of goods such as fruits, vegetables, travel goods, jewellery and good take-away food, Chapel Market is the largest street market in the neighbouring areas. A no-frills market, this one is a must watch.
Camden Passage Antiques Market
Nestled between the charming pedestrian Camden Passage and Upper Street is the Camden Passage Antiques Market. From beautiful pottery to art deco jewellery, the market is home to a varied range of products. The market comes with 200 dealers trading at completive rates. The market is hot on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Come here for a simple browse!
EC One Exmouth Market
With stylish and beautiful jewellery, EC One jewellery has indeed built up a great reputation. With more than 50 designers in store and clients like Emma Watson and Kirsten Dunst, EC One Exmouth Market is one of the best jewellery stores. Some of the designers are Niessing, Joanna Cave, Nicholas King and others.
UK’s first produce market is located in a train station and brings the best from local and artisan producers to St Pancras International. The market is open seven days a week and bursts with an excellent range of carefully sourced produce. Delights include organic meat, olives from Olive Bar, wines, beers, seafood, artisan breads and pastries.
Leather Lane Market
Scruffy and down to earth, Leather Lane Market is a traditional London street market. You get everything from fruit and vegetables to rucksacks and accessories. Alongside, there are numerous stalls and cafes where you can have food and chill.