In this former Victorian market hall, you’ll find a wide array of stalls and boutiques selling everything from apparel to antiques. Food and drink options are aplenty, too, with traders such as Yum Bun (steamed buns), Dumpling Shack (shengjianbao soup dumplings) and Guasa (Venezuelan bowls). It’s adjacent to the City of London – the capital’s historical financial centre – which is worth strolling through for its classical architecture and winding alleyways with eccentric names.
High-end independent boutiques aimed at discerning consumers
A high-end department store in a Tudor Revival building
Best place to pick up flowers and trees on Sundays
Largest market in London and open seven days a week
A chic neighbourhood with some of the best shops in town