In Bishopsgate, Brick Lane is one of the most chaotic, artistic and attractive of London’s markets. It is the heart of London’s Bangladeshi community and a great place to spend a day out in one of London’s most unique areas.
The best day to visit Brick Lane Market is on Sunday where you can find street performers playing live and vibrant music and great antique finds at the vintage market.
Have you ever heard about The Old Truman Brewery? It’s a very unusual market where every Sunday you will find a unique variety of clothes, handbags and jewellery. This is only a taste of what you can expect from Brick Lane Market.
Almost anything can be found on Brick Lane, from antique books to eight-track cartridge decks. It has over two hundred stalls selling a variety of products including vintage and handmade clothing, handmade accessories, music, arts and crafts, and organic food.
Nearby you can also enjoy ethnic cuisine in one of the many inexpensive restaurants and cafes. You can have a chance to relax a little bit in these places after a tiring day scouring the market.
Brick Lane market is a step away from the lovely Spitalfields Market and our Bishopsgate serviced apartments.