Eating Your Way Through London
Published on May 31, 2009
Pretty good guide. Though I would say Borough Market is now over priced and quite touristy really. I would recommend the Berwick Street food market or the Broadway market. Just make sure to check opening times before you go..
Also good call David. The Grain store is definately one of my favorites and I'm not even vegetarian!
I've been to Europe many times, but I went to London only once. I found it uninteresting and ridiculously overpriced. I guess a lot of US tourists only feel comfortable in English-speaking countries, so maybe that's the draw, but there are so many more interesting places in the world. Try New Zealand or Australia if you must speak English.
Thanks for the info Michele.I 'm a veggie and i would like to share my favorite joint.I got an amazing box of stir fry with deep fried tofu, mushrooms and courgette at the grain store in Portobello Road. For pudding, a lemon curd and date slice. Yummy!
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