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  • aavct90
    Simsbury, CT228 contributions
    So many amazing food options! We spent a good thirty minutes wandering the different stalls - whether you want Japanese, baked treats, ice cream, fish (cooked or raw), something allergy friendly, you'll find it here! Some of the prices are quite exorbitant for the portion sizes, while others are downright reasonable. My top recommendation would be Free from Bakehouse if you are looking for a sweet treat. Everything there was top notch. I highly recommend you come to this market hungry!
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • Tribeiro2002
    Miami, FL39 contributions
    Nice place to visit in London, around the market you can see street artists, and there is a variety of restaurants candy stores, antiques and other shops in the market. There is a courtyard downstairs with some French food restaurants where you can get cheese and charcuterie boards with wine and there are always performers playing or singing good mimuaice. Nice area to amealhar around, just watch for pick pockets as this area has quite a bit of incidents due to the high tourist traffic. No other crimes or violence other than that, the area is safe.
    Written 3 July 2022
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  • Simon M
    Kendal, UK109 contributions
    Camden Market in a great place to shop if you want something different. There is just about every type of shop you can imagine. It's a real eclectic mix of styles for everyone. There's also lots of different food stalls to suitable tastes.
    Loose yourself in the alleys and streets and enjoy the experience for the whole day.
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • Hitcher84
    Eureka, CA1,270 contributions
    The teenager liked browsing through the stalls. They have a mix of regular clothing stalls, inexpensive jewelry, and some handcrafted souvenier type items. Lots of different and interesting food stalls here as well. Throw in several brick and mortar shops and restaurants and it’s a pleasant afternoon for a shopper.
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • Naya K
    1 contribution
    It's always a great experience, especially on a sunny day. But it can be a bad one too. I bought a lovely kimono from what seemed a lovely lady. I paid with card and the system showed an error. So I swiped my card again. Second time no problem. I gave the lady my email address to send me the receipt and bid our goodbyes. Not only she never sent me any receipt, but my card was charged twice.
    Written 14 May 2022
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  • Katie
    19 contributions
    It was such an amazing experience. There's pretty much anything you can think of here. Obviously it is rather pricey but I didn't really expect otherwise. Even if you aren't particularly planning to buy anything, I would still suggest you visit, just because it was so fascinating to look around at all of the amazing stuff. The shop itself is also wonderfully decorated, it is so mesmerising and virtually impossible to take your eyes off. There is a BRILLIANT range of toys. Because of the excellent toy range it is a good place to bring children, however, if your child/ren are/is notorious for not behaving well in shops you should probably be cautious due to the fact that there are some VERY expensive things in there.
    All in all, i really liked my trip to Harrods and would love to go again.
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • therichastill
    Stevenage, UK1,746 contributions
    Brick Lane Market is a great market to check out on a visit to East London. Take a stroll along Brick Lane and you will find the market.

    There are a variety of stalls selling food from all around the world including meals, pastries and snacks.

    There are also stalls selling clothes, jewellery and gifts.

    Well worth checking out.
    Written 27 November 2021
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  • Ian B
    3 contributions
    We just dropped in as we’d heard good things about this market. We’re so pleased we did. Great food and lovely community of traders and local customers. The real deal. We will come again. X
    Written 16 June 2022
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  • vanhur
    Wolverhampton, UK3 contributions
    Meeting Laura Lees Morgan and looking at all the lovely jewellery on her stall. This is a must visit for anyone wanting bespoke jewellery at affordable prices. Nothing was too much trouble and I will definitely be visiting again
    Written 4 July 2022
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  • aavct90
    Simsbury, CT228 contributions
    My boyfriend and I strolled through around 12pm in the afternoon and it was very crowded. However, we enjoyed the food options and seeing all of the incredibly affordable and beautiful flowers. I would say an hour or two is enough time - it definitely wasn't as big and overwhelming as Portobello Market. I would definitely say this is a must do for any first time visitor to London!
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • Richard B
    Edinburgh, UK3,890 contributions
    A fine exhibition of the Japanese Court housed in a thoughtful display. The exhibition is not large by any means, however is well worth a visit.

    Some nice pieces on display.
    Written 13 May 2022
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  • Naija Babe 2016
    Nigeria3,636 contributions
    Westfield is massive Shopping Mall/Center in the White City/Shepherd's Bush neighbourhood of London. There's another branch in Stratford, (in East London), where the 2012 Olympics were held. Westfield occupies more than 2,600 square feet, making it Europe's largest Shopping Center. It has over 300 Stores, both high-street and high-end retail brands. The luxury brands are located in a part of the mall called 'The Village'. It's a very beautiful and expansive shopping space.

    Westfield has a huge John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Primark, House Of Fraser and Next. There's also a Waitrose 'Super' of sorts for all your grocery needs, plus a large Vue Cinemas, featuring 17 Screens. Westfield has a variety of dining options too, (over 80), from casual fare to fine dining. The Food Court is amazing, with so many options to choose from. Westfield is a place that is sure to meet everyone's standards, because you will most definitely find everything to cater to your shopping needs. It's one of the most famous and frequently visited Shopping Centers in the Greater London area, and it comes highly recommended by me! 👍🏽
    Written 25 June 2022
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  • SavvyReeder
    Tucson, AZ142 contributions
    If you have 30 minutes to spare, stop by the Mithraeum. You're put in a room to read and listen to a video about the ruins. They then allow you down into the actual ruins where you listen to some latin chants (no real context to them..) and then you're able to walk around a look at the ruins as the lights come up a bit.

    Informationally, it's not as robust as I would prefer, but definitely ask the front desk if they have a booklet. I was given one and it was helpful! They also have clean bathrooms for those of you looking for that!
    Written 4 June 2022
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  • Rebecca B
    London, UK327 contributions
    Lots of food options with the Sri Lankan being excellent. There are plenty of seats and lots of outdoor setting. Non alcoholic drink options are not great and unable to bring water in with you.
    Written 3 July 2022
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  • brmusicman
    Chicago, IL2,856 contributions
    Such a perfect London thing, Broadway Market. Make your way over here on a Saturday afternoon. The market is a few blocks long and full of vendors selling cool and delicious things. A nice mix of places selling food to make yourself (vegetables, meats, etc.), handcrafted goods, and prepared foods. Stroll the whole thing, then decide what to eat—I doubt you’ll be disappointed by anything!

    The shops on the street are worth a browse, too: coffee places, a couple of bookstores, etc. And, once you’ve grabbed your takeaway lunch from one of the vendors, you can enjoy it in beautiful London Fields park, right at one end of the market. Then, you can burn off (some of) the calories with a stroll along the canal.

    Full of locals, totally delightful, and perfect on a sunny London Saturday.
    Written 29 May 2022
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