Incredible Victorian railway arches owned by timber merchants and salvage dealers who also reside here during the week, transform into one of my favourite London food markets on the weekend.
A market that has started on a Bermondsey ropewalk around 2010, now houses some of the best producers, drinks and food around. Stretched on a narrow walk, with many stalls along and eateries inside the arches, the market creates a really buzzing atmosphere. Market vibes get enhanced even more by crowds of people coming to enjoy all the delicious awesomeness.
Maltby is a home to the great St. John’s restaurant. Although open through the week, the restaurant feels to me like one of a staple parts of the market during the weekend. Really tasty wine, food and a vanilla doughnut. Oh the doughnut. To me – the most delicious one in town.
Other regulars include Maltby & the Greek, sourcing some great Greek wines and produce.
M wines – wine stall selling wines by the wine makers who are free to experiment and express themselves by making awesome wine done their own way.
Bar Tozino a home of jamon iberico and many more.
To me Maltby is great because it is always fresh. Producers rotate quite a lot. Every time I am there, there is something new and awesome I have not tried before. From incredeible producers selling top drinks and produce to great food ready to be devoured in secs!
Here is a pic of THE doughnut!
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