Greenwich market Reviews
Greenwich Market Sep 29, 2012
Greenwich Market is close to the Cutty Sark and the Thames, and is an interesting place to visit whilst you are in Greenwich. It mostly sells art, photography, jewellery and craft products, but also has a lot of nice street food. It is covered, making it a good indoor place to go if you are after little Christmas presents for people or want somewhere to eat lunch out of the cold and don’t want to go to a pub or a chain restaurant. There is no charge for entrance. The goods on sale are generally very high quality, and the food was incredible. I had some amazing Ethiopian food here, and there are usually interesting things to drink too.
It is busy and crowded, so keep an eye on your money. Access is more or less level so you could bring a buggy in. There aren’t really enough places to sit and eat, so you may well end up perched on a wall or some steps, but then that’s no real problem.
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