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37 Maltby St
London, England, United Kingdom
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In case the rain took you by surprise during the promenade around Shad Thames, stop by Maltby Street Market. It's time to try mouthwatering grilled cheese, grilled cheese sandwiches and bacon. You can have good waffles, brownies and doughnuts at this place. It's nice to try delicious gin, craft beer or wine. Great latte or good hot chocolate are among the most often ordered drinks at this spot.

The cosy atmosphere of Maltby Street Market makes guests feel relaxed and have a good time. Prices are found reasonable here. Customers write reviews on Yelp where they rate this place 5.

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"Cooking is all about people. Food is maybe the only universal thing that really has the power to bring everyone together. No matter what culture, everywhere around the world, people get together to eat." --Guy Fieri On our way to the Tower Bridge, and The Tower of London, we swung by the Maltby Street Market to fill our bellies for the long day ahead.  As we neared the market, delicious scents wafted our way, and definitely inspired us to walk a bit faster! The street market is lined with food stalls from all cultures and cuisines!  We wanted to try every one but we settled on a classic Scotch Egg, and the Mix Combo from the Ethiopian booth.   Scotch Egg:   Even though the vendor re-fried it for a bit for us, it was still cold in the center.  Regardless of that fact, it was delicious!  The egg was perfectly soft boiled, and the sausage around it had a pleasing texture and flavor.  The coarse salt and pepper sprinkled in the halved pieces was a nice accent.   Ethiopian Food: The Mix Combo was utterly delicious!  It came with Doro and Sego Tibs (beef and chicken), Injera bread, and a choice of two sides.  Because we had never had Ethiopian cuisine before, the sweet lady who runs the booth gave us a small sampler of each of the vegetable sides. My favorite were the split yellow peas, cabbage, and spinach.  I was also fascinated by the Injera bread!  It was a tangy, fluffy, pancake / flatbread.  Soooo yummy!   If you're ever in the area on a Sunday, don't miss this delicious market!
The selection of food stalls is great. I really liked the Moroccan stall. The main issue is lack of seating. Also most of the stalls are overpriced, though that's pretty common for these sorts of markets.
I loved this crowded street market that goes for a few blocks along the train tracks. I believe most of the outdoor vendors are only there on weekends so that's the time to visit. Maltby is also a godsend for those walking the Bermondsey beer mile as it's good to eat a thing when you're drinking a ton of beers. Here, you'll be spoiled for choice - do you want the cheesiest cheese toastie ever? A pretty good (if a bit oily) scotch egg from the Finest Fayre stand? A Philly cheesesteak? How about Indian, Moroccan, Middle Eastern, Vietnamese and just about anything else? I saw delicate French canelles next to giant burgers and all was right with the world. Don't miss this if you're nearby.
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37 Maltby St, London, England, United Kingdom
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