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10 Croston St., London, England E8 4PQ, United Kingdom

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Great food, Great value, Casual, Eclectic, Artisanal/handicrafts, Food and drink, Local designers and products, Quirky/offbeat, Popular with locals, Family-friendly, Off the beaten path

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East London
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Broadway Market began in 1900, when Fred Cooke took to the streets to sell his jellied eels, but it wasn't until 2004 that it evolved into its current iteration. Open every Saturday, the market serves a smorgasbord of fresh produce, authentic fashion, and tantalizing street foods. The East End market may not be as well known as Borough Market or Spitalfields, but don't let that deter you. It's ideal for a one-off visit, and it's so eclectic and engaging, there's no need to shop at all. Simply walk down the canal and take it all in.

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Broadway Market

Broadway Market began in 1900, when Fred Cooke took to the streets to sell his jellied eels, but it wasn't until 2004 that it evolved into its current iteration. Open every Saturday, the market serves a smorgasbord of fresh produce, authentic fashion, and tantalizing street foods. The East End market may not be as well known as Borough Market or Spitalfields, but don't let that deter you. It's ideal for a one-off visit, and it's so eclectic and engaging, there's no need to shop at all. Simply walk down the canal and take it all in.