Nearest Station: Camden Town, Chalk Farm
Overlooking Regents Canal, Camden Market is home to more than 1,000+ stalls, selling everything from vintage clothing to gothic jewellery, custom Converse to circus equipment, and of course, a whole world of food and drink. New York salt beef sits happily alongside kosher Lebanese wraps, Portuguese custard tarts, Taiwanese fried chicken, and everything in between.

Nearest station: London Bridge
Said to be more than 1,000 years old, nestled between and beneath several railway lines around London Bridge station, Borough Market plays host to a huge array of independent traders, selling fresh produce and ready-to-eat food from across the UK and around the world. Arguably London’s most famous food market.

Nearest Station: Victoria
Converted from a former night club and walking distance from the clubhouse, this market hall is home to 11 kitchens, three bars, a coffee shop, and a rooftop bar. You can enjoy all the benefits of street food while keeping away from the elements.

Nearest Station: Camden Town
Billed as the UK’s first dedicated market for the ‘conscious consumer’, all stallholders offer vegetarian and vegan options, as well as adhering to a zero-single-use plastics policy. All food waste is composted to generate electricity.

Nearest Station: Shoreditch High Street
Constructed from stacked 40ft shipping containers, BoxPark became the world’s first pop up shopping mall when it launched in 2011. With a mixture of street food options, you can happily mix a beer with authentic Argentinian steak, Greek souvlaki and Spanish tapas all in one meal!

Nearest station: Barbican
A weekday street food mecca, covering most of the area between the Barbican and Old Street. The sheer number of independent stalls on offer keeps city workers coming back day after day, and mean you will always find something to tickle your taste buds.