We’re so excited that outdoor gatherings have been given the green light, and we can start getting together with friends again. To celebrate the shift in lockdown rules, we’re rounding up 5 of our favourite street food markets in London. From sampling freshly baked goods to discovering excellent wholesale craft soft drinks suppliers, there’s much to be enjoyed at food markets. So, if you’re looking for the ultimate food experience in London, read on.
You’ll find the Mercato Metropolitano market in Newington Causeway, Elephant & Castle. As one of London’s largest outdoor spaces, there’s plenty of seating so you can enjoy a bite to eat, a drink and a damn good time in comfort. Mercato is home to over 40 vendors, a charming micro-brewery and several community projects. You can find incredible cuisine from Japanese to Colombian with the drinks to complement. Plus, you’ll also find Gunna Drinks on your travels. What’s not to like? Oh, we almost forgot to mention the DJ too, good vibes guaranteed.
Shoreditch Urban Food Fest
Every Saturday from midday to midnight, Urban Food Fest takes over an east London car park in Shoreditch. Every weekend, the car park is transformed into a buzzing street food market offering good vibes, food and plenty to drink. As you explore the market, you’ll find cuisines from all over the world, from Asian to Jamaican; you’ll be spoilt for choice. To wet the whistle, you’ll have a pick of sort-after craft ales, beers, cocktails, wines and of course, delicious Gunna drinks.
Located in the heart of London, it’s no wonder Borough Market is one of the city’s most famous. Open six days a week; Borough Market is a real celebration of good food and drink. For the dedicated foodie keen to discover new dishes, traders and brands, Borough market is worth a visit. Currently, there are over 20 restaurants and stalls offering Al Fresco dining, so head on down and try it for yourself.
Duke of York Square Food market
Duke of York Square is just a 5-minute walk from Sloane Square Underground, so if you’re in the area, it’s well worth a visit. From 10 am to 4 pm every Saturday, the open-air market lines the streets with a whole host of fine food and drink to be discovered. From artisanal and locally produced meat to lovingly baked cupcakes, any foodie is sure to be impressed. But, don’t just take our word for it; try it for yourself.
If you like the look of Gunna, you’ll be glad to know you can order here. If you’re in search of wholesale craft soft drinks, you’re in good hands with us. Head to our wholesale page here or get in touch with the team. Wholesale soft drinks never looked better.