Borough Market one of my favourite places in London, has been around since the 13th century so it’s not surprising that it’s seen some changes during that time. It’s a great place to wander around for a couple of hours and I normally go on a thursday when it’s a bit quieter. It gives me time to actually look at the products on offer and talk to the stall holders to really understand what drives their passion so much, that they want to stand in the freezing cold in order to sell you a tasty plate of paella or an amazing cheese.
The only advice I can give you is to go hungry, get there around 11am and don’t be tempted to eat the first tasty thing you see, as there is sure to something better around the corner, so have a walk around first, note what you like and leave the burger till last!
Going to do a course with Bread Ahead a great bakery school in the heart of the market, who not only teach you how to bake bread but also show you the art of the doughnut!