Smack in the heart of Shepherd's Bush Market, opposite the Shepherd's Bush Market tube station, there is a no-frills little restaurant with a few tables and chairs scattered around, and this unassuming place makes stupendous falafel wraps. Mr Falafel, in my opinion, is London's most underrated, understated, most delicious falafel joint.
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Greenwich Market has been on my list of must-visit markets ever since I moved to London about 5 years ago. We finally visited a couple of weekends ago and had a ball! I won't use this space to talk about the quirky handicrafts and artwork or antique and bric-a-brac stalls - which there were plenty of and all very lovely - but will focus on the FOOD. We deliberately skipped breakfast, so we were ravenous when we got to the market and determined to try as many food stalls as we could. What I really liked about the Greenwich Market food was that it was such an eclectic mix. Vegetarian Ethiopian, raw food, handmade noodles, paella and custard tarts all in the same boat. And innovative too. Ramen burgers anyone?
Here are my top 5 food stalls (in no order) from my visit to Greenwich Market: