Camden Market London Street Food
Today I pay a visit to London’s renowned Camden Market. Camden Market is one of London’s largest and most popular markets. Not only popular with Londoners but also a famous tourist attraction and destination. Sitting right beside the Regent canal it is home to market stalls, shops, boutiques, cafes, bars, canal boats, pubs and more. I want to check out some of the amazing street food. Check out my YouTube vlog of my visit here:
To get to Camden Market I make my way to Camden town tube which is the closest station. There are two others very near by which is handy as at busy peak times Camden Town is out only so you have to leave using the other two stations at either end of the main road.
I head straight to an area named global kitchen. It is right beside the Regent canal and Camden lock. As the name would suggest there are street food stalls selling food inspired by dishes from around the world.
I normally enjoy a coffee but as the queues were long and chaotic I decided to try some tea today. Some black Darjeeling Earl grey tea from the tea wallah stall which was great.
The choice of street food available is vast and both looks and also smells amazing. After a good look around I decided to try a Philly cheese steak from Philly Boyz American grill. An American classic, cheese, onions and chopped steak in a soft bun. It was a so delicious and filling sandwich.
The Hawley Arms Pub
So after my lunch I headed over the road from the Markets to a pub named the Hawley Arms. Considering how busy the markets are the Hawley arms is a relative oasis. So after a pint of British beer called Meantime London larger I’m set to head back into the crowds.
Next stop is another pub on my way to Mornington Crescent station. I try some craft beer at a BrewDog pub which is a Scottish brewery. Great atmosphere and many interesting beers to try.
Also check out my YouTube vlog above to see my whole trip.
Camden Markets opening hours are every day from 10am until 6pm. So for more details check out this dedicated website: