In a nutshell
Every Saturday and Sunday beneath the railway arches of Bermondsey a popular gastronomic oasis brings delicious street food and gourmet treats to the streets of South East London. Maltby Street Market has been growing in buzz, quality and reputation since its inception in 2010. Open from around 9am-2pm, the market now includes the recently redeveloped Ropewalk area and has further burgeoned out into Spa Terminus just down the road.
The serious buzz of Saturday shoppers and foodies attests to the quality of the fare on offer at Maltby Street Market, where you will find cuisine from right across the globe; from Mozambique to Vietnam. With fantastic coffee options lining the market, alongside lunches you’ve only dreamed of in your wildest foodie fantasies, this is a must-visit market for those who love amazing munch and a vibrant spot to explore.
ABOUT THE MARKET
A short walk from both London Bridge Station and Bermondsey Station, Maltby Street Market is very accessible. Located close to the South side of Tower Bridge, the market is in the perfect spot for a tasty pit stop during your Saturday stroll.
Blogger Andy of Andy’s Kitchen is a particular fan of this thriving market. His favourite places for something yummy include: "TheAfrican Volcano stall - it’s amazing - especially the Dirty Streaker Burger. You can also buy a great range of homemade authentic Peri Peri sauces and marinades and rubs". But that’s not all that tantalises Andy’s tastebuds at Maltby: "It is worth visiting the Dhan Waffle stall for a very tasty Taiwanese treat".
If Mozambique-style peri peri and Taiwanese waffles don’t take your fancy, worry not. There’s an entire planet of astonishingly good cuisine waiting to be found at Maltby Street Market. From Jewish soul food at Monty’s Deli, to authentic Mexican street food from Tamal, there really is something for everyone at this Saturday market.
There are also plenty of classic dishes - all cooked to perfection. Pick up a seriously sublime cheese toastie from The Cheese Truck whose "passion is in celebrating and promoting the best of British cheese", or tuck into triple cooked chips and steak with Bernaise sauce from The Beefsteaks, driven to cook up street meat glory by one simple, nagging question: "What if some of the best steak in London could be found on the street and at a reasonable price?". Whatever you choose for your indulgent Saturday treat, you’ll find no end of food inspiration on this thriving market street.