Back in August 10, 2012, I wrote my first post on Borough Market and I love this market so much that I make it a point to go every time I’m in London. What makes this visit different from the others is that I made a point to eat more food! And nothing was a disappointment! So, I’m going to keep the post short because I think the pictures speak a thousand words. Enjoy!
Entrance to Borough Market – located under overground trains.
Beautiful and yummy pastries!
Cake anyone? So many different kinds to choose from.
One of my favourite sweets to eat is nougat and never have I had fresh made nougat so when I found this vendor, I had to get a slice…..it wasn’t cheap but it was well worth it! Delicious!
Another favourite (I have so many) – reminds me so much of my trips to France!
You can’t go wrong with brownies, a signature item at Borough Market!
Curries and paella.
I love the British, they like to drink while shopping!
A Pimm’s cup while I walk the market, perfect for brunch!
The infamous chorizo sandwich. I first had it in 2006 and it tastes just like I remembered it back then!
Beautiful chorizo sandwich – so fresh and tasty!
Making fresh duck confit sandwich.
Duck confit sandwich – look at all that duck meat! What a deal for 5 pounds!
Traditional British foods – scotch eggs and meat pies!
Gorgeous and yummy alfajores from Portena in Borough Market! Delicious Argentinian foods!
An array of mushrooms!
You guessed it…..black truffles! And you know I took a whiff of the jar!
Delicious saucisson! I need to figure out where I can get these in Toronto :)
Delicious belper knolle cheese…..really sharp taste!
Yummy bread sticks!
So many different kinds of turkish delight!
An abundance of portuguese tarts.
How cool is this? I saw these guys on a “PediBus” pedalling around the market. I’ve added this to my bucket list for my next London visit!