24
Feb
08

Camden Market Food Stalls

Everyone who knows me, knows how much I love food markets, even though they mostly cater to meat eaters, I still love going. The smells, the noise, the hustle and bustle – the free samples! In Cork, we have the English Market – where it is mostly butchers, but they have an incredible fresh seafood place and a place that sells olives and Mediterranean stuff. In Dublin, C and I frequented the Temple Bar Food Market often, where he ate burgers and hot dogs fried right in front of us, and I ate spinach and goats cheese spring rolls, crepes and waffles.

London is a fantastic place for food markets and I look forward to going to as many as I can find. We have already been to Borough Market, but it is Camden we hit up the most. Obviously, because we live right across from it. Today I took a few shots, to show why I love the place so much.

These ones have been taken inside, where it is mostly Chinese food, Indian and a cute little Sushi bar.

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Chinese Stall

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Mexican

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 Moroccan

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Indian

 Outside in the square,  it is really multicultural  here, with everything from English fudge to jerk chicken.

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 Chinesey Dim Sum, noodley things

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Not entirely sure what these people do, seems like juices and kind of potato ball things with different fillings.

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 Caribbean

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 Kebabs

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 Sausage Stall, with a variety of sausages and fried potato stuff

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 Pancakes
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Have a seat! The sitting area has a nice atmosphere, people share tables and eat together. Until it rained, then we all got up and ran away.
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