Market Hall Fulham is a market hall in – you guessed it – Fulham.
I’ll be honest with you, I never expected to get tube station envy until this place came along. For whilst most of us get a tiny newsagents or a hurried Costa, Fulham Broadway station sits next to a delicious food hall. Not only is Market Hall Fulham is a foodie paradise housing some of London’s top food traders (we’ll get to them later), but it’s also blessed on the decor front.
Market Hall Fulham is housed inside an ornate Edwardian entrance hall that used to serve the station. Quite the makeover, considering it stood abandoned for several years. Now, it serves hungry Londoners in rather pretty surroundings, with the vintage ‘To The Trains’ sign only adding to the charm. Nowhere to top up your Oyster card, I’m afraid, but instead they’ve got nine street food traders, as well as a coffee shop and bar which serves you from the old ticket booths. That’s a trade I’m quite happy to make!
The cream of the crop of London’s street food scene are currently in residence at Market Hall Fulham. Fried chicken aficionados Butchies run an outpost here, as do the highly-regarded Yard Sale Pizza. Food covers a wide range of cuisines, with BBQ (Hotbox) and Mexican (Super Taco) represented alongside kebabs from Fanny’s Kebabs and poke bowls from Ahi Poke. The bar comes highly-recommended, with a solid range of craft beers gracing the taps at Market Hall Fulham.
Those with a sweet tooth should make for the Soft Serve Society, who dish up wonderful frozen treats topped with toasted marshmallows or clouds of candy floss. Plus, the traders tend to come and go, so you may find someone new in place every time you visit. I can guarantee that you’ll be waddling out of here – good thing the tube is next door…
Opening hours: 8am-11pm (Mon to Sat), 10am-10:30pm (Sun). Kitchens close one hour before closing time.
Entry: free, but prices vary across individual traders.
More information: on their website.