Name all the well-known markets in London, Brick Lane and Old Spitalfields, Camden Market, Portabello Market, Borough Market for foodie stalls and vintage & fashion fleas? If you are feeling bored with the mainstream markets, try to spend your weekend at Brixton Market.
Saturday is the best time as you could explore the outdoor market on Electric Avenue, Pope’s Road and Brixton Station Road. You can find a jumble of clothes, homewares, groceries, foods. Check the opening time here. Also mark your first Saturday of the month for a bakers and flea market. Strolling the Brixton Village and Market Row which is my fave spot. Enjoy the sunshine through the glass ceiling while you sit outside and eat your meals. Tuck into culinary from different countries, street foods, nibbles or perhaps just enjoy a cup of coffee.
There are massive choices for your brunch/ lunch from Mexican foods, Caribbean foods, Japanese street foods, the famous Honest Burgers, Creperie, etc. While the sun’s up, people sit outside along the corridors.
Not just a food fiesta destination, they also provide fresh farmer’s groceries & seafoods; cheese and bakery; vintage shops and fleas; homewares and vinyls, gift shops, etc.
Stop and smell the handmade soaps at Brixton Cornercopia.