Excellent location and feel. Their service system is excellent. Camden Market is one of London’s most popular marketplaces. The bazaar was spotless. It was enjoyable.
It’s a million times cooler than the Portobello Market.
Shops that are redundant. Bags are really scarce. We bought numerous mementos, but they refused to offer us extra bags to wrap our purchases in so they wouldn’t break on the journey home.
Camden Market, an open-air market with stores and restaurants, is a really nice area. It was my first visit here, but I checked Yelp prior to see what was inside the market.
Camden Market, which dates back to the 1970s, was far more recent than competitor Borough Market on the south bank, which has a history dating back approximately 1,000 years, and was largely developed in the early 2000s and further developed in the 2010s.
There are cute stores around. The bazaar was spotless. My favorite restaurant had grilled chicken and burgers. There are several booths and sellers.
Untold numbers of food stands providing various cheap fried foods do not particularly impress me; perhaps I’m missing something.
We had a good time visiting here. However, I didn’t think the cuisine was as delicious as it was at the Borough Markets.