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Art Museum
“Hugely popular gallery with excellent special exhibitions and a strong permanent collection. A must do and part of any walk down the Southbank. Free entry to the permanent collection. ”
  • 494 locals recommend
“tourist attraction , life play on open stage. with booked tikets in advance”
  • 193 locals recommend
“Established in 1991, this flagship London club has spawned a record label and countless multimedia outlets since then, but still remains a key destination for dedicated clubbers in the capital. Some of the world's biggest DJs regularly play here alongside up-and-coming acts in various rooms, so if you're seeking a big night out in Elephant and Castle, there's nowhere better.”
  • 84 locals recommend
Street Food Gathering
“Borough Market may be where you visit to buy food, but the Mercato is one of the trendiest places you can go to eat! It's a series of local warehouses converted into one of the hippest areas south of the river: dozens of food stalls serving international cuisines, bars, a niche cinema and an incredibly lively atmosphere. That said, there's no reserve seating and it can be much harder to seat larger groups together, especially on Friday and Saturday nights..!”
  • 109 locals recommend
“A beautiful Cafe-Bar. They roast their own coffee, bake cakes, serve beers, wines, spirits and cocktails and present fantastic live music every Tuesday! Open from 8.30am.”
  • 54 locals recommend
“Market takes place on Sundays; there are lots of food stalls and some crafts/clothing stalls too. Quite expensive but a good selection of hot food (catch Umana Yana there too with her fantastic rotis).”
  • 51 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“Grab some of the finest coffee at this Borough Market institution. Excellent pastries and you can also get beans to go for brewing at home”
  • 38 locals recommend
“A fantastic brunch spot. We recommend the Young Betty, Convict and the hash browns are to die for! Coffee is great and the orange juice with galangal is spot on. Lovely Aussie sweet treats for dessert if you still have room too! ”
  • 42 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Vietnamese Restaurant
“The oldest shopping centre in the UK. Hurry up., it's going to be taken down in 2019”
  • 26 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“For great retail stores or somewhere to relax and enjoy a coffee, breakfast, lunch or even dinner. It hosts a great selection of restaurants, casual eateries and coffee shops.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Nearby (less than 10 minutes walk) shopping mall with full range of stores and eateries.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Fantastic place to shop or just see quality items such as cashmere clothing, leather shows, parfumes, jewellery and watches.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Pedestrian Plaza
“The Nova Complex includes a range of restaurants and bar spots; - Franca Manca (Pizza) - Sticks'n' Sushi - Shake Shack - Hai Cenato (italian) - Ole & Steen (Bakery/ coffee) - Bone Daddies (Ramen) - Greenwood (pub style) - The Stoke House - CrossTown Donuts - Ahi Poke - Pure (coffee shop) - Sourced Market ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Independent restaurants and retailers make this riverside location lovely to visit. No traffic makes this a good spot for families with children”
  • 9 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
  • 1 local recommends


“ One of the most famous places to visit in London, especially if you love to eat, is Borough Market. The market was established in 1885, and it's one of the most renowned markets in London for artisan prepared food, and fresh organic produce.”
  • 369 locals recommend
“London Bridge offers a variety of bars and restaurants alongside the famous Borough Market, London's most reknowned food and drink market. Tower Bridge and The Shard are also in the local area.”
  • 425 locals recommend
“Upmarket, good quality. Further to walk, but there’s much more choice and great selection of everyday deli produce”
  • 36 locals recommend
“In the morning it is an Afro-Caribbean market but at night it transforms and lots of small places where you can have a drink or food opens. In the village we can recommend Franco Manca for a nice Italian Pizza or if you are up for a Jamaican Currie Roti we suggest Fish, Wings and Tings.”
  • 54 locals recommend
“One of Londons oldest markets, it sells everything. Fresh fruit and veg, shoes, clothes, birthday cards, quite a bit of tat... it's got the lot. It's the opposite of hipster! A real market in real London. Still some very old school traders working here. Charlie Chaplin was also born nearby. Closed Mondays.”
  • 41 locals recommend
“(3 min walk) Tachbrook market has 6-8 international hot food stalls. The lunchtime queues can be long. But it is because the food is good! ”
  • 10 locals recommend
“Cheese from France, Fresh fish and shellfish from Dorset, organic fruit and veg, hog roast and other ready to eat foods. ”
  • 29 locals recommend
“Best food markets around, some things are a little pricey but with delicacies and old favourites from all over the world your problem will be deciding what to eat not worrying about the price.”
  • 24 locals recommend