Borough Market is the latest in a long list of saviours during this pandemic.
UPDATE (18:16, 19/03): Due to unprecedented demand, Borough Market are experiencing some issues with their site. In a statement released on Twitter on Thursday evening, they said: “Due to unprecedented demand, #BoroughMarketOnline is experiencing some delays — do not worry if your postcode appears to be out of the catchment area.”
— Borough Market (@boroughmarket) March 19, 2020
Anyone who works around London Bridge is likely to be regular frequenters of London’s best-known food market. Hell, most of us Londoners have spent hours at a weekend browsing through the vast selection of produce on offer.
However, the majority of us have had our routine changed in some way or another. So it’s likely that many of us will now be out of reach of the delicious cuisine on offer at Borough Market.
The market had previously introduced a home-delivery service via zero-emission bike in November 2019. But, due to issues caused with food shopping through COVID-19, they have extended this to anywhere within the M25. Deliveries will be completed via hybrid vans where possible.
Customers will be able to order fresh supplies for all their quarantining requirements. Trawl through the selection online and it can go all the way to the mystical land of zone six! Whether you want some fine quality meat, a board of cheeses, or some indulgent fudge for lockdown snackage, this fine delivery service has got you covered. Order here.
Borough Market remains open but encourages customers to practice social distancing. The service also includes a click and collect option.