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Covent Market, London

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Are you hungry?? Come to the Covent Garden Market and visit over 30 lunch hot spots from around the world… all in one building! Whatever you’re craving we have something to satisfy.

Always affordably fresh, friendly and local. The Heart of London, since 1845.
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  • Very cool to walk around and see the different food options. Would definitely come hungry next time. Parking validation was just of very welcome bonus 
    Very cool to walk around and see the different food options. Would definitely come hungry next time. Parking validation was just of very welcome bonus  more »
  • Our first time here so we weren’t entirely sure what to expect. We thought it would have some basic holiday decorations, but we were pleasantly surprised. Their were so many different kinds of... 
    Our first time here so we weren’t entirely sure what to expect. We thought it would have some basic holiday decorations, but we were pleasantly surprised. Their were so many different kinds of...  more »
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  • The Convent Garden Market is such a colorful place in downtown London. There you can find fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, pastries, and even souvenirs. You can also grab a coffee, a snack or a meal, depending on your appetite. During the winter they have a skating ring, and when the weather starts to warm up, they start the farmers market on Saturdays and other festivals in their mezzanine or outside. May be the produce is a little more expensive than in some groceries stores, but you can buy in smaller amounts. The restaurants have good prices and variety. Follow them on their social media as they post daily updates and upcoming events.
  • Once upon a time, this place was a great place to go and buy food and grocery items from small / local vendors for a great price. These days the selection is still good, but the prices sure aren't. It feels like it's becoming more of a tourist trap then a place to actually regularly shop. But if $8 loaves of bread and $4 per pound apples are your thing, then this might be the place for you.

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