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First Review by Jemima

We love this village market :D - Edit

We have fallen in love with this village market.. With its bustling atmosphere and wide range of produce we are in our element :D
An abundance of organic and biodynamic fruit and veg ... As well as honey and bee products, dairy and breads and cakes. (A few meat stalls also :()
Some items are pricey but generally great value, especially in comparison to supermarket organic or more central London markets.

We have watched this market grow since we moved to the area a year ago and is our favourite place to stock up in London.

Pros: Biodynamic and organic produce, Reasonable prices, Beautiful surroundings

Cons: The smell of the burger man :(, Sometimes quite busy and have to que up

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Could be good to drop in to if you're local - Edit

Located in the parking lot behind Blackheath station.

There are a few stalls, maybe about 15, with different produce such as fruit and veggies, bread and cakes, juices, cheese, meat. A couple of the stalls sell hot food. I joined a queue of about ten strong and growing to get a canapé/ some variation on this. There was one lady making them at a hot griddle. Each one took at least five full minutes. I left to go to Provendor as the wait was becoming interminable.

If you're making the trip from outside the area make sure you're checking out the local pubs/ the village/ have something else to do in the area as well as the market.

Pros: a market for locals w, some localish produce

Cons: Didn't see any organic fruit & veg, needs more ready to eat food/snack stall

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