This past Saturday my pal and I took a little trip to Broadway Market. And this was special because, if you can believe it, I had never been before! I know, I know, a Londoner not having been to a trendy market. Shocking.

But anyway, here are a few snapshots from the day. And if you’ve also never been to trendy Broadway Market, I would wholeheartedly recommend a visit.

First stop, as always, was Brunch. After some extensive googling, we had decided on Market Cafe, which didn’t disappoint.



I went for avocado on toast, which came with burrata. I’ll admit, I didn’t know what that was until I asked and I’m glad I did, it was absolutely delicious. It is basically the creamy, almost smushed part of mozzarella. So good.


Lisa went for the Eggs Benedict. She also took pictures of her food.


Yes we had Prosecco, it was a Saturday treat. These were our beaming faces afterwards…



Once our bodies were full of good food, we took a wander around the market itself. As the weather wasn’t so great it was actually pretty quiet so it was nice to be able to explore without fighting for space.


Even though Market Cafe was delicious, I almost wish we had bought food from some of the stalls, it all looked amazing; melting cheese toasties, salmon and dill open sandwiches, you name it they had it. Definitely worth a trip back just to try one of those!

But instead of food, I splurged on a delightful little treat from the Ro Co stall. I, along with every other 20-something girl in London, have a thing for cacti and succulents. I seem to kill most other living things in my flat so they work pretty well for me.



I picked up this glass terranium. You can hang them or put them on your Sky box, which I have since done. It’s a great little stall, you should definitely check them out when you’re there!


And there finishes my tale of my first ever trip to Broadway Market.

Any other London markets you would recommend to check out?