It’s time to trade in your Saturday morning ritual.
Venn Street Market sees a hubbub of traders come together every week, selling street food, fresh produce, flowers, hand-crafted items and more. Every Saturday from 10am-3pm, green-tented stalls pitch up on Clapham’s villagey-feel, pedestrianised side street to hawk their wares among the tables and chairs spilling out of cafés and bars.
The fresh produce here is a big draw, with a veritable cornucopia of colourful, seasonal veg from organic farms and independent growers. There’s even fresh fish caught on the coast of Dorset; small-batch bread from Olivier’s Bakery and Popina; and traditional French cheese and cured meats, sold by two brothers from a Camembert-producing family.
Then there’s all the artisan bits and bobs, from authentic South African biltong, courtesy of The Meat Boss, to biodynamic Italian wines from Natural Born Wine; sweet treats from Flavours of Portugal; and Argentinian alfajores from Chango Empanadas.
In fact, you could easily score yourself a five course banquet on the hoof, thanks to the street food vans that tip up as well. Regular span everything from hog roasts and Sri Lankan hoppers to Indonesian rendang and fish tortillas from the Seychelles.
And who isn’t in the market for that?
NOTE: Venn Street Market is open every Saturday, 10am-3pm, and is free to enter. You can find out more right HERE.
Venn Street Market | Venn Street, Clapham SW4 0AT
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