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Portobello Road Street Food


The Portobello Market and the surrounding area offers a great variety of fresh produce, essential and specialist ingredients and hot food options. The Westway and Golborne Road are hotspots for Street food stalls but there are a number of eateries dotted throughout the area.


Following the tradition of many London markets, there are plenty of choice of fresh fruit and vegetables,

Over the weekend, there are many specialist food stalls Near Talbot Road, The Bread Stall has bread, cakes and pastries with more than 20 different kinds of bread. Une Normande a Londres outside the Electric Cinema offers French cheese, sausage and terrine. Vito has the finest olive oils and balsamic vinegars, and at The Olive Bar you can sample olives, feta and Mediterranean hot food .


Popina has all-vegetarian baked goods from fruit tarts to filo parcels, The Mushroom Man provides a wide selection of funghi and Piper’s Fresh Fish has fish and seafood.


Street food from all over the world is available on market days including a number of falafel stalls churros, bratwurst, paella , crepes and curry. Throughout the market you will find North African and Caribbean street food , including an award-winning Moroccan soup stand.

If you would like further information, visit the Portobello Road Market website here

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