On Friday afternoon and Saturday, the Borough Market is open the the public. It is located under the railway, and is one of London's oldest and largest. The design is Victorian.
We were staying in an apartment with a fully-equipped kitchen, so we made good use of the market, buying organic lamb chops, the thinnest asparagus I'd ever seen (smaller than a pencil), and tiny yellow potatoes to make for dinner. But even if you don't have the use of a kitchen, you can still enjoy the fresh baked goods, fruits and vegetables, and prepared meats, such as pate and dry sausages. Besides, it is always fun to look at unfamiliar produce, fish and meat.
Just outside the market's roof is Neal's Y...Read More