I have lived in London for over twenty years and haven’t explored nearly enough of the city. This year I am making it my mission to see a little more and hopefully discover some gluten free finds on the way. Borough Market was on my tick list so last Friday I decided to check it out and grab some lunch whilst there. We got the train to Waterloo and walked to the market along the river stopping at the Tate Modern en route.
Borough Market is an easy walk from Waterloo and it’s nice to be near the river. The market was probably a little bigger than I expected and was bustling. There was so much to see, buy, and eat! I had already had a google ahead of my visit to ensure there would be gluten free offerings and I was not at all surprised to learn that I should be absolutely fine.
We started off with Swiss raclette at Kappacasein – lashings of melted cheese on baby potatoes with baby gherkins on the side. There is nothing better than the taste of melted cheese and this stuff was soooo good. It definitely filled a hole and was a cheap bite to eat if you are looking to save pennies too.
After a while I was craving something sweet so I tracked down the Freefrom Bakehouse and got myself a velvet cupcake – got to love me some frosting!
There is so much more to see at the market than we covered so I definitely have an excuse to go back! If you a cheese lover than you definitely have to pay the market a visit. Their website is really thorough and lists all the traders too.
Here’s to finding more gluten free foodie discoveries in London!