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I've heard a lot about Maltby Street and finally visited, it was lovely! I had the lemongrass chicken summer roll at Bahn Mi Nen, that was the most impressive, honestly. It was simple, but authentic and very very tasty! Also at £4 great value for...More
This market is mainly gourmet foodie stalls and less about buying fruit/veggies, but its an amazing quality of food and different food vendors. The street is quite dinky so can get really busy. There's quite a number of open bars and restaurants in the arches...More
It seemed to be mainly food stalls, as opposed to somewhere to buy produce. It also is quite a small (but long) space, and I can imagine it getting really busy and unpleasant (especially if raining). While there were lots of tables, they were connected...More
While Maltby is smaller than most markets in London, it still manages to punch well above its weight class. Unlike most markets, Maltby spends a little bit more effort on its food instead of trying to churn out the fastest turnover, so you can get...More
This has been my local market for 5 years, slowly it’s fame has spread and it’s losing its charm, but it is still ms favourite place. From the artisan bread , cheese, honey, fruit and vegetables, coffee place up in the spa road area (...More
Hi, I'm not really sure. Try googling it in about four weeks time. You might also want to look and see if there is a website for the Ropewalk which is the alternative name for this market. I hope that's of help.