There is something intrinsically beautiful about Borough Market. The sights, smells and tastes pulling you in a matter of indulgent and wonderfully culinary directions. Arguably, the best food market in London, its success is down to the brilliantly knowledgeable stall-holders from Britain and beyond.

Trading since the 13th Century, the market is steeped in history and heritage. Having recently evolved to encompass on-site dining, celebrated restaurants now include Brindisa, Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House, Roast and Fish!, to name just a handful.

It’s not just the sheer quality of the food on offer that makes Borough Market special – it is also the people and the place. It is populated by a community of remarkable individuals from all over the UK, Europe and the rest of the world. All of whom care deeply about the food and drink they offer. Many of the stallholders are themselves producers – people who grow, rear or bake the food that they sell. Others are importers with intimate knowledge of whichever corner of the globe they source their products from. As a result, the market has become a vast repository of culinary knowledge and understanding. It’s a place to explore, to ask questions, to discover new flavours and to savour a unique atmosphere.