London’s Newest Neighbourhood Just Launched A New Sunday Market

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The chap behind Broadway Market is launching a new east London destination.

Sundays are becoming the new day for all things cultured, hip and happening. And it looks like East Village in Stratford has certainly not missed the memo.

Running from 11am to 4pm, their new Sunday market will be based in Victory Park, which sits in the middle of this modern neighbourhood. With over 20 stalls and 25 retailers, you can expect lots of independent clothes, art and enough entertainment to end your week with a bang.

Of course, wherever there’s a market there has to be lots of yummy street food. Expect oozy goodness from Raclette Brothers where plates of potatoes, pickles and ham are covered with liquid cheese gold.

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Indulge in chicken wing flavours such as Buffalo, South Carolina and Memphis smoky BBQ from Lord of The Wings or sample some delicious Japanese desserts at Dezato Patisserie.

East Village’s Sunday market comes from Alistair Maddox who ran the acclaimed Broadway Market for 10 years. That’s a lot of experience and he describes how he has “curated the market with East London in mind. We want it to enrich the local community, and offer sustainable and affordable retail opportunities that both visitors and residents can rely on each week”. Sounds good to us.

With the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park right on its doorstep and a small collection of growing restaurants, bars and cafés surrounding Victory Park, this really could be the new place to be on a lazy Sunday afternoon.

Find the Sunday market at Victory Park, East Village, E20 or visit their website for more details.

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Morgan Cormack

Morgan Cormack

A born and bred East Londoner, Morgan tends to split her time strolling around food markets, being squished in London crowds due to her small stature or trying to firmly define the term "trendy". Essentially, a part time writer but a full time food lover.