Shopping in Southwark
Some of the famous markets in Southwark include are Borough Market, Neal’s Yard Dairy Borough Market,Eat Street Market and Maltby Street.
Borough Market is London’s oldest food market and offers a wide range of fresh food stalls. Impressive, dynamic and totally sumptuous, this foodie’s paradise is quite a place to be on a Saturday morning.
For those who like the idea of going to a less hectic market place, Maltby Street is a good option. The market is more of an informal community of some of London’s best sellers of food and drink. While here, one should also make a visit to the close by Bermondsey Square Farmers' Market.
Talking of markets, you can’t avoid mentioning the popular East Street Market, running for as many as 150 years. The market comes to life on Sundays with more than 200 stalls selling fruits, vegetables, clothes and other materials.
Southwark is flooded with shops selling food and drinks. Some of these are Konditor& Cook, Ginger Pig, Le Pont de la Tour Food Store, Coleman Coffee Roasters, Topolski, The Kernel Brewery, KaseSwiss and Hotel Chocolat to name a few.