- 1 What is the best day to go to Borough Market?
- 2 What is there to eat at Borough Market?
- 3 How far is the shard from Borough Market?
- 4 How far is London Bridge from Borough Market?
- 5 What should I buy at Borough Market?
- 6 Is Borough Market cash only?
- 7 What is Borough Market famous for?
- 8 Is Borough Market open during lockdown?
- 9 What tube station is Borough Market?
- 10 Can you wear jeans in the Shard?
- 11 Can you go up the shard for free?
- 12 What is near the Shard?
- 13 What days are Borough Market Open?
- 14 How do I get from Liverpool Street to London Bridge?
- 15 How do I get to Borough Market by tube?
What is the best day to go to Borough Market?
The best time to visit is between 10am to midday Wednesday to Friday; and 8am to midday on Saturday. Yes, Saturdays are the liveliest, but also the most crowded. Alternatively, go at around 4pm.
What is there to eat at Borough Market?
Best Street Food in Borough Market
- Roast Hog. The roast pork sandwiches at Roast Hog start out with a whole hot on the spit (Photo by Savored Journeys)
- Nana Fanny’s. Nana Fanny’s falafel wraps are a nice light option (photo by Savored Journeys)
- Soul Food.
- Bread Ahead.
- Hobbs Meat Roast.
How far is the shard from Borough Market?
How far is it from Borough Market to The Shard? The distance between Borough Market and The Shard is 1051 feet. The road distance is 3153 feet.
How far is London Bridge from Borough Market?
Yes, the driving distance between London Bridge Underground Station to Borough Market is 1463 feet. It takes approximately 1 min to drive from London Bridge Underground Station to Borough Market.
What should I buy at Borough Market?
16 reasons to visit the Borough Markets of London
- Fresh produce.
- Duck confit.
Is Borough Market cash only?
Mostly cash but there are plenty of ATM’s around the market. You will be better off just using cash.
What is Borough Market famous for?
One of the most famous places to visit in London, especially if you love to eat, is Borough Market. The market was established in 1885, and it’s one of the most renowned markets in London for artisan prepared food, and fresh organic produce.
Is Borough Market open during lockdown?
Borough Market remains open as an essential retailer, with social distancing measures in place.
What tube station is Borough Market?
The nearest stations are London Bridge, Borough and Southwark. The nearest station is London Bridge, which is about a four-minute walk away. You can reach Borough Market via routes 43, 141, 149 and 521.
Can you wear jeans in the Shard?
The dress code for all the restaurants in the Shard is that we request diners do not wear sportswear or beachwear. Jeans would be acceptable, however please be aware that trainers of any kind can be considered sportswear, so we recommend wearing a more conventional style of shoe. Yes jeans are fine.
Can you go up the shard for free?
Of course, you ‘ll be paying for food and/or drink, but entry to the Shard will be free.
What is near the Shard?
Things to do near The Shard
- Museums. Old Operating Theatre Museum.
- Maltby Street Market. During the summer of 2010, a quiet bubble of gastronomic intent was swelling under the railway arches in Bermondsey.
- Attractions. Tower Bridge.
- Theatre. Shakespeare’s Globe.
- Things to do. Borough Market.
What days are Borough Market Open?
When is Borough Market open? We are open Monday to Saturday and closed on public holidays. Not all of the traders are present on all days currently, but there is still plenty of choice throughout the week.
How do I get from Liverpool Street to London Bridge?
How to get to London Bridge from Liverpool Street. Take the Central line Westbound to Bank. Change at Bank and take the Northern line Southbound to London Bridge.
How do I get to Borough Market by tube?
The nearest tube stations are on the Jubilee Line – London Bridge and Southwark stations (take a left exiting the Station towards Blackfriars Bridge and descending to the South Bank walk at the Bridge walking under and to the right of the Bridge or eastwards along the Thames).