MALTBY STREET MARKET (Part 1 of 3)

This is your first of three posts that will make up your little guide to Maltby Street Market – a little passageway buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. Maltby Market (or Ropewalk as it can also be called) is in… Read More »

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This is your first of three posts that will make up your little guide to Maltby Street Market – a little passageway buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day.

This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.comMaltby Market (or Ropewalk as it can also be called) is in Bermondsey, South East London. If your not from around here it’s basically a 10-minute walk from London Bridge Station or London’s other famous market Borough.

Being just off the beaten track, It’s definitely not one your not going to just stroll past which makes it even better and a bit less tourist crazy!

Architecturally, it’s pretty awesome, and as well as all the stand alone food stalls there are abandoned railway arches which have been converted into wine caves, restaurants and open kitchens!

So enough talking, here’s a very picture heavy foodie tour coming your way.

This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.comYou’ll find food stalls such as French sweet and savoury thanks to Comptoir Gourmand …. (and yes they are giant camembert pieces)…

This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.com This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.com This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.com…The best brownies in London (apparently) courtesy of Bad Brownie … (Let you be the judge of that!)

This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.com This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.comGrilled cheese sarnies from the boys at The Cheese Truck (More on them in part 2).

This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.comThis is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.com… and sausages from Hermen Ze German, doughnuts from St Johns, coffee in a bag from Bean Bagged Coffee and posh scotch eggs from Finest Fayre.

This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.comThis is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.comThis is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.com This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.com…and as well as all those amazing food stalls, the railway arches are packed with wine grottos, champagne and London’s famous Little Bird Gin.

Happy days.

This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.com This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.com This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.comThis is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.comMalty Street Market is open Saturday 9am4pm and Sunday 11am4pm. There’s no official seating but everyone just grabs a kerb, a bench or piece of wall to park their bum.

As you’ve seen, there is enough food and drink for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between. One tip to mention is make sure you get there early so you get a good wander before the madness happens. After 11am on a Saturday it can get pretty cray cray.

…Oh, and on your way home, just one road over is Druid Street Market; a smaller version of Maltby open on Saturdays until 4pm, and amongst even more food and drink you will find˅˅˅THIS˅˅˅salted caramel hot chocolate with a toasted marshmallow rim from Fatties Bakery.

This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.com This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.com  This is your little guide to Maltby Street Market - a little passage in South East London buzzing with every food you could possibly ask for, and enough alcohol to give you a proper good headache the next day. More on notsobasiclondon.comSo now you’ve seen what probably feels like the ENTIRE market, look out for the next 2 parts showing you 2 of probably THE most popular stalls in more detail. You won’t want to miss some epic grilled cheese sandwiches .