to the east end of London from my home in NW10 for an afternoon event at the
Copperbox, I decided to make a day trip of it and revisit Broadway Market in
the morning. I l had been there three years ago when my sister came over from Australia and on recommendation of a good friend.
street market in Hackney, East London. It stretches from London Fields at one end and meets
Regent’s Canal at the other.
more but it is the food which I was there for. Their catchphrase is quality, speciality, variety.There are so many stalls to choose from, making it a gourmet foodies
delight. They offer delicious fresh produce and authentic street food.
have for breakfast. I opted for the smell of fresh bacon which drew me to Le Swine,
where I had a wonderful bacon butty with a spankingly fresh duck egg.
lemon and poppy seed cake to take home from Berliner artisan foods although I could
easily have bought their entire stock.
Their chocolate raspberry slice and cherry
ricotta cake looked superb.
to take home for dinner. The colourful vegetable tarts were also appealing.
never resist a little sampling. I tasted and then bought the famous Lancashire
Bomb made by Shorrock’s Cheese. This fantastic, soft cheddar like cheese is preserved in black wax. Maria the editor of the blog used to sell it with a homemade chutney.
Me- beautiful heart shaped lemon and chocolate tarts with fine attention to
Pies- authentic Melton Mowbray pork pies
and lemon sole goujons.
homemade gelato, something to remember when the weather gets warmer.
London E8 4QJ
Open Sat 9.00am – 5.00pm
London FIelds Station