Berwick Street Market in London’s Soho is worth an amble…
It’s amazing to think this tiny Soho market was built in the late 17th century. Once a site
of Dickensian ruin, it’s now
a trendy lunching spot for media workers and ad execs.
That’s not to say it’s been overrun by wankers – it
retains more than enough of its unique Soho vibe to make
it worth dropping by on your lunch break.
The main attractions are fresh produce and knick-knacks. There’s a great fishmonger and you can
also get some tasty Thai food from one of the stalls.
The shops that run alongside the market are also cool – fun cafés and some famous music stores for vinyl lovers.
You may also recognise the market from the cover shot of Oasis’s Morning Glory album.
Or maybe not.
GREAT FOR: Soho souvenirs
» Berwick St and Rupert St, W1F 8TW