7 Mar

We love food markets, so the last time we visited London we spent a whole morning wandering Borough Market. It is almost food heaven: fresh fish from the British coasts, locally grown or exotically sourced fruits and vegetables, butchery at his very best, international food, artisans, bakeries, cafes, restaurants…

I think it is a great place to eat after an early morning visit to the Tate Modern. You can also buy delicious presents for your family and friends: handmade breakfast cereals, delicious plum or pear jam, dried fruits and nuts, smelly cheese or even natural skin care products!

7 Responses to “BOROUGH MARKET – LONDON”

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