Borough Market

I want to share my favourite nook in all of Londonland and that would be Borough Market. I am even going to pin it for you so you can locate it on the map.that's how OBSESSED I am with this place. 

Borough Market, one of many foodie markets in London along with Exmouth, Broadway and Leather Lane, features all the strongest street food London has to offer. If you can, imagine all the world's culinary delights gathered together in some dimly lit poorly situated, crowded and crammed underpass, and you have Borough Market. Want Oysters? You'll have the world's best. Salted caramel fudge? Don't mind if I do. Doing healthy this week? We've got you covered because Borough Market is also a farmer's market with the freshest and most organic ingredients that money can buy, and you can even pick up a green juice. I recently bought some incredible sorrel and fennel the other day (she says smugly).

 Not to be confused with Broadway Market, like I once did...

Not to be confused with Broadway Market, like I once did...

Feast your eyes on the delights below. 1. Is the famous Scotchtails. They are there every other week (the other week, I have no idea where they disappear to the weekend they're not there. Maybe Disneyland Paris?) but my oh my do they make the best scotch eggs and sweet potato fries. 2. Is the popular Raclette stand, which always seems to have the most immense queue- or line as you 'Mericans might say. It's cheese on potato for god sakes! I waited it out for about 20 mins patiently to sample steaming hot melted cheese situash, but it delivered. No wonder this Swiss dish is all the rage! 3. Vietnamese mini coconut pancakes. Yes, you heard me say it right, Vietnamese coconut pancakes. No you didn't hear it wrong I'll say it again; VIETNAMESE MINI COCONUT PANKCAKES. two more words: So. Good. Everyone was fighting to be served their famous Pho (pronounced like fah) but I have been there and done that plenty of times. What I loved about this snack in particular was the way this sweet pastries were filled with different savoury fillings. Mine had sweetcorn and black sesame seeds which I have to say was a weird, kinda meaningless but made love to my mouth. I mean did they have to put sweetcorn? Guess they did because I wanted another bite and another and another...

 Pass me the mayo...(Now)

Pass me the mayo...(Now)

 Now if only I could actually go to Vietnam.

Now if only I could actually go to Vietnam.

 

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