Borough Market is one of the oldest markets in London, with some historical mentions of the market from as early as 1014, originally situated at the end of London Bridge and relocated to it’s current location in around 1756. In years beforehand, the market would sell produce to grocers, but now sells speciality produce to the general public. A range of charcuteries, fruit and vegetables, butchers, fresh juice drinks are available. I bought some incredible olives from the stall shown in a photograph below.
We drank Pimms, ate brownies and meringues and eyed up yummy looking scotch eggs, definitely want to go back and try one of those out!
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