What an amazing surprise when we discovered this busy, full of life tapas bar Copita in the heart of Soho. We were lucky because we found a place to sit directly.There are no table like in classical restaurants it’s mainly counters and bar stools with Spanish staff, country ham hanging to the ceiling; we were in the atmosphere of a real tapas bar.
Each Market in London has a different charm. I would say that Brick Lane Market, despite its melting pot due to its location, remains very hipster. Full of streets and hangars, this market offers you second hand clothes, art and souvenirs stalls but also, food stalls to satisfy your appetite and make you discover worldwide cuisines.
How can I describe how much I love street food? All the world’s tasty cuisine is gathered in a same place for gourmand happiness.
Dinerama is one of the best place to relish. Between Soreditch and Old Street, in a container “bric a brac”, you can choose whatever food you fancy eating.
Much less well-known than its brothers (Camden Market, Bricklane Market or Portobello Market), the Broadway Market is just as enjoyable. A bit far from the centre, it is less visited. You will find second-hand clothes stalls, fine lingerie but also prepared food from all around the world.
The Borough Market is one of my favorite food market. Near the London Bridge Station, you can go from Thursday to Saturday.
Due to its popularity, I advise you to avoid Saturdays. Under a giant covered market you can discover, taste and buy local and fresh products (cheese, fruits, meat, pastries) from England and other countries in Europe.