London’s Best Street Food @ Maltby Market on 26mar2016

maltby market

maltby market

son brought us to maltby market on saturday 26.3.2016. ^^

i have been to several street markets already, namely –

for me, maltby market is clearly the best. 🙂

chicken & waffle, cheese & waffle

chicken & waffle, cheese & waffle

we started with southern fried chicken on waffle & goat cheese & fresh figs on waffle.

waffle on

waffle on

the stall is waffle on.

waffle on

waffle on

we were early at 11am, the place was still not crowded.

chicken & waffle, cheese & waffle

chicken & waffle, cheese & waffle

first time i tried savoury dishes on waffle, and they were very good. o guess it’s similar to duck & waffle, which son had mentioned many times but i have yet to try.

cheese & fig & waffle

cheese & fig & waffle

the combination was quite new to me.

cheese & fig & waffle

cheese & fig & waffle

goat cheese, pungent & slight salty, with fresh figs & blueberries actually went very nicely with the waffle. a favourite for me here.

chicken & waffle

chicken & waffle

the southern fried chicken was done very nicely, well marinated & tasted great! 🙂

chicken & waffle, cheese & waffle

chicken & waffle, cheese & waffle

the combination was new. chicken while good not so special for me.

cheese & gamon ham toast sandwich

blue cheese & ham grilled cheese sandwich

we had wanted the chorizo, but the stallholder told my son the blue cheese was the best, so he got us a blue cheese & ham grilled cheese sandwich.

cheese & gamon ham toast sandwich

blue cheese & ham grilled cheese sandwich

& it was superb! really so good, hard fight for me between this & the cheese fig waffle.

toast sandwich

grilled cheese sandwich

this supposed to be one of london’s best grilled cheese sandwich, the cheese truck.

there is another stall kappacasein at borough market (which i have not tried yet).

sub cult gourmet sandwiches

sub cult gourmet sandwiches

what can i say?

it’s one good eat after another…

sub cult gourmet sandwiches

sub cult gourmet sandwiches

sub cult’s gourmet sandwiches were just as enjoyable, and the crowd testified to that.

sub cult gourmet sandwiches

sub cult gourmet sandwiches

looked so good…

pork & seafood sandwich

pork & seafood sandwich

son & daughter bought a pork & seafood sandwich.

rather unusual combination i would have thought, except that it was very good. a lot of fresh & plump scallops & prawns, and grilled pork collar? anyhow it was very good.

hanger steak - 180g

hanger steak – 180g

wife remembered she had very good hanger steak here.

we all love hanger steaks.

steak & chips

steak & chips

we enjoyed the first steak.

steak & chips

steak & chips

and ended up getting a second serving.

hanger steak - 180g

hanger steak – 180g

hanger steak must be done rare, is tender & very flavourful. 🙂

smoked salmon

smoked salmon

hansen & lydersen seems to be a quite notable seller of smoke salmon. we didn’t really want smoke salmon though.

lemon tarts

lemon tarts

the lemon tarts were great.

lemon tarts

lemon tarts

not too sweet & just nice texture of custard. very good tart base.

chocolate roll2 chocolate roll3 chocolate roll4

doughnuts

doughnuts

& very good doughnuts, but that really not my kind of food.

maltby market2

maltby market

greek stall

maltby market

beef sandwich stall5

maltby market

maltby market is very small by comparison with borough, so if you are going just for street eats, this a really compact place just a single street with so many good eats. borough market of course has a lot more stalls to buy fruits, jam, produce, also ice cream & good coffee.

c.h.e.f andy

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Maltby Street Market can be found at LASCCO Ropewalk, 41 Maltby Street, London, SE1 3PA

Trading hours:

Saturday 9am-4pm

Sunday 11am-4pm

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