Friday, June 27

Borough Market, London

First thing on Saturday morning, Hattie, Jenny & I awoke still in a food coma after the Taste of London festival.
But did this stop us from going for an enormous brunch? Of course not.
Hattie's currently staying on the other side of the Thames near Bermondsey. It's stunning...Quiet, park lined streets with lots of quirky coffee shops dotted along the way. (Plus I've heard rumours that Eddy Redmayne lives there... Just saying.)




I've been to Village East once before with my brother Ben and his girlfriend Charlotte, and still remember their amazing fresh fruit juices and 'Bloody Marys' to this day.
With a little seat perched next to the humming kitchen, the three of us woke up our rather sore heads with coffee, pancakes and eggs royale.





So after filling ourselves up on the perfect hangover cure, we wandered down to the waterside at London Bridge to have a walk around Borough Market. 
How I've never been down here before, I just don't know!?












The foods were just jaw dropping. 
We went along sampling some of the Spanish hams, Greek cheeses and nibbling on freshly baked breads. 
If you can, go for a gander round the market, you get a great view of the Shard and I love how it's snuggly hidden under the tube/overground bridge.






I hope you all had a smashing weekend in the Summer sun too!
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9 comments

  1. ahh I miss borough market :(. I need to go there again as soon as I am back in London haha.
    amazing pictures btw!

    xx Vivi
    www.daintyhummingbird.com

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  2. I went to Borough market for the first time at the beginning of the month, and was really surprised at how much food there was - all the varieties were pretty amazing! Looks like you had much better weather than us on your trip though... My photo of tower bridge is much more rain-soaked!
    Beth
    swallows and skylines.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. As always, your photos are incredible!! Hope you had a lovely time on your London adventures :) xxx

    www.alphabeth.co.uk

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  4. I'm hungry just looking at this post! Days out like this are one of the main reasons I miss the city xxx


    hannah bee

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  5. I love this post! And that mushroom stall you photographed is the same stall I based one of my A level art pieces on, it's so well presented that it was impossible not to paint the place!xx

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  6. a) can't believe you've never been before, we definitely need to still make up for this!
    b) smoked salmon n bloody marys sounds like the BOMB of a brunch
    c) miss your face
    x x x
    {The Lobster & Me}

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  7. I can't believe I've never visited here, it looks adorable! x

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  8. Your photography keeps going from strength to strength lovely! Have you been reading up? I think I want to invest in a new macro lens. These are just so beautiful!

    Katie <3

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    1. Oh Katie, you are sweet! Nope, nothing new. Think I'm just learning more about what works/what doesn't. I really want to get to grips with more of the manual stuff though, literally feels like the camera is Pandora's box & I have no idea how to fricking find out all of its secrets! I'll keep trying to please :) xx

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