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Venn Street Market, London

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Venn Street Market has a great collection of small independent artisan producers trading each Saturday.

At the head of the market are two of London's best fruit and veg market traders known for their high quality produce: Ted's Veg from Lincolnshire brings a huge choice of fresh seasonal vegetables and Perry Court Farm, Kent’s first organic and biodynamic produce farm established in 1953, offering fresh seasonal salads, herbs, vegetables, eggs and fresh apple juices from the farm.

Our fishmonger Portland Scallop Co provide fresh British wet and shell fish (including lobster and crab and hand dived scallops) caught off the South West coast off Chesil Beach in Dorset - London’s best fishmonger for miles!

Gilcombe Farm from Somerset is the market’s butcher offering a range of organic and free range cold meats from their farm including beef, lamb, pork and poultry. When the gaming season is in mid flow, pheasants, mallards and partridges are available as are a variety of dairy products such as raw and pasteurised milk – best value in London at £1 per litre, cheeses and organic eggs at £1.75 for 6 and free range £1.50 for 6.

Our baker Olivier’s Bakery offers a vast collection of French loafs, breads, pastries and baguettes.

We have a variety of fresh and unique juice cocktails from Pink Grapefruit and in the winter months we’re promised a variety of hot drinks too.

Limpopo Butchers specialise in South African Biltong using British cured meats – both stalls are extremely popular with the locals.

We have a number of Borough Market favourite cheesemongers - The Borough Cheese Co and Une Normande as well as award winning newcomers Bath Soft Cheese - all providing very smelly and tasty cheese!

Other savoury artisan producers include Flavours of Portugal, OMGF (gluten free), Pate Moi, The Avocado Café and Popina.

Patisseries are always a favourite - we have the best selection of cakes and pastries by Bad Brownies and Comptoir Gourmand.

D Vine Wine offer a great variety of organic and biodynamic world wines providing tasters and a glass or two to enjoy whilst taking in the market’s colours..

And if you're feeling peckish, you can expect an assortment of vegetarian and meat pancakes Marrakesh style with scrumptious fillings from Flippin’ Nell; authentic Filipino street food from Kusina Nova; there's the sizzling herby hog roast from Moen & Sons and hot spit roast chicken in ciabattas from The Rotisserie Co - all providing exceptional food and drink!
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  • Clapham’s Venn Street Market lacks the size and sheer joie de vivre of Hackney’s Broadway Market, but it has great personality, plenty of interesting foods to try and friendly food traders who are ver...  more »
  • Love the pork rolls from Moen and Sons - absolutely delicious and super filling! Bad brownie's stall always attracts me too! A nice range of stalls and this lovely farmers market.  more »
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  • I went in search for the fat gay vegan market, which was disappointing as there were just a few stalls for vegan food in a very short street market. The food was good but not worth travelling an hour to get to. The bakery had really great gluten free vegan croissants, but the vegan cake had so much baking soda in it that it tasted bitter.
  • Cheaper to buy organic fruit and veg from Whole Foods! The guy from one of the two veggie stalls needs a calculator and a notebook. Each time I go he gives me some ridiculously high round number. One Small onion, lettuce, parsley and eggs - 10£. Jokes. Another time I paid 15£ for potatoes, cabbage, carrots, onions and garlic. On the whole, the market is tiny and not worth your trip unless you live nearby or it's on your way to other shops.
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