Food Hall Review: Market Hall Victoria. The C10 bus stops right outside our apartment, so when it’s been raining recently, we’ve been getting on the bus to check out Market Hall Victoria. If you’re looking for places to eat near Victoria station, the best food halls in London or street food in SW1, get yourself there pronto.
“If you’re travelling via Victoria Station, you must explore the Market Hall which is brimming with super tasty street food,” Homegirl London
Market Hall Victoria Traders We’ve Tried
Gopal’s Corner: Serving authentic Malaysian Tamil cuisine. You can try Veggie Dhall, Chicken / Mutton / Fish Kari or Beef Rendang with Roti. Dosa with lentil stew, banana leaf rice with two veg dishes and other comforting dishes are available.
Gopal’s Corner: Roti Canai Dhall and Roti for £6.95
Bunshop: Soft, savoury buns filled with Welsh Rarebit, Fried Devilled Duck, Curried Lamb with Salt Lime Yoghurt and other delicious ingredients.
Bunshop: Two Welsh Rarebit Buns and Devilled Fried Potato Special for £10
Super Tacos: Try a taco filled with spit roast marinated pork, charcoal-grilled chicken, marinated skirt steak with added spicy ingredients. Add Corn Chips and Guac or Mexican Green Rice with Black Beans.
Super Tacos: 3 Mushroom Asada Tacos, Green Rice with Black Beans and Salsa for £11
Koya Ko: Udon Noodle bowls feature everything from Pork to Beef, Prawn Tempura, Smoked Mackerel and Seasonal Veg. Add a side plate of Braised Pork Belly with Cider or Fried Chicken with Tartare Sauce.
Koya Ko: Vegetable Agebitashi Udon Noodle for £9.90
Baozi Inn: You can order Authentic Northern Chinese Street Food here. Steamed dumplings with prawns, pork and added ingredients. Rice and Noodles were also featured. They had a couple of veggie options.
Baozi Inn: Northern China Vegetables, Baozi in Spinach Juice Dough for £4.80 and Traditional Vegetable Jiaozi for £8.90
Fanny’s Kebabs: Try a Swish Chicken shish style kebab, Lazy Lamb or Vegan Falafel. Add a side of Persian Fries, Sweet Potato Fat Fries, Avocado Wedges, Hummus and Flatbread.
Fanny’s Kebabs: Vegan Falafel Flatbread Wrap and Persian Fries for £10.50
Other Market Hall Victoria Traders
Kerbisher & Malt: Fish and Chips fans can treat themselves to Cod, Haddock, Calamari, Scampi, Burger and lots of chips! Yes, they also have Mush Peas and Pickled Onion Rings.
Monty’s Deli: Head to Monty’s for Salt Beef or Pastrami on light rye or bagels. Egg and cheese or smoked salmon are also served.
Nonna Tonda: Pasta lovers will be happy with the Butternut Squash Ravioli with Sage Butter, Pappardelle Beef Ragu or Rigatoni with Fresh Tomato Sauce. Wash it down with Nonna’s Homemade Lemonade.
Flank: Try a Classic Flank Burger, Fried Chicken Sandwich, Smoked Brisket Naan or Glazed Beef Dumplings. The chip selection is interesting like the Double Cooked Chips with Filthy Cheese Fondue!
Squirrel: Great for breakfast time. Try poached eggs with Mexican ingredients or smoked salmon. Toast is served with salmon and avocado. Or you can try a healthy bowl of Acai or Granola and wash it down with a smoothie. For lunch, choose a tasty salad with great ingredients and names!
There is also a bar, which is called The Bar! They serve British beers plus wine and soft drinks. If you fancy coffee, seek out Press Coffee.
Market Hall Victoria Interiors
Food Hall Interior
This food hall is a lovely space. It is spread over three floors with eleven kitchens and a roof terrace. It is very well designed, and the interiors are beautiful. The parquet floor works well with the industrial wood tables and stools with metal frames. With fresh green foliage hanging down from the central staircase, it’s a great place to hang out.
Market Hall Victoria Information
Food Hall Entrance Opposite Victoria Station
To find out more about the food hall, go to the Market Hall Victoria Website. The address is 191 Victoria Street, London SW1E 5NE. The nearest station is Victoria, and it is directly across from the station. Current opening times listed are Monday to Friday 7 am until 11 pm, Saturday 9 am until 11 pm, and Sunday 9 am until 10 pm. Only a few of the vendors serve breakfasts, most of the traders open at noon and the kitchens stop serving one hour before closing time. You can also reserve a table, happy days!
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. Thanks: Homeboy for dining with me.