Every Sunday between 10am-2pm, around 40 producers set up their stalls on a car park at the back of the high street. It’s a friendly, local affair with the all-important topic of food binding everyone together. Here you have a grande-dame with her pooch, there a French-speaking family with a shopping trolley or an elderly gent asking how best to cook a venison shank. There’s the whole gamut of food here, including freshly-cooked dishes to take away. Meat, fish, fruit and veg (Manor Farm also sells bargain flowers), cheese, bread and cakes. Some things can be pricey, this is quality after all. But look, a £3 pheasant – that’s not something to be sniffed at.
Marylebone Farmers' MarketFancy, no-fuss food in a central London market
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