I really liked this market, which opened earlier this summer on Brussels Wharf in Wapping. As much as I love Maltby Street Market and its location under the train tracks, it’s become noticeably more crowded over the past two years, to the point where it’s practically impossible to wander between stalls without bumping into fellow market-goers. Wapping Market feels quite a bit more spread out, and offers a fair amount of tables and benches under some leafy trees near the dock. I’m pretty sure this market is organised by the same people behind Brockley Market(many of the same food trucks operate at both, including the infamous MotherFlipper burger), but offers a much more picturesque setting than its south London counterpart. Make sure to bring cash though, as finding a cash machine nearby could prove challenging! There seemed to be a good mix of the usual market essentials like fruit and veg, cheese, milk, and flowers, in addition to the prepared food offerings. Given the market’s relatively limited and early operating hours(10am — 2pm on Sundays), I appreciate that many of the food trucks specialise in brunch fare… I’ve never really been a pizza-for-breakfast kinda guy. Highlights included bacon butties from Swine Dining, crepes from Suzette, and doughnuts from Crosstown. Coupled with a freshly brewed coffee, I can’t think of a much better way to spend a Sunday morning. Definitely want to try one of the indulgent-looking sandwiches from Spit and Roast next time. My only suggestions to the organisers would be to extend opening hours and offer more options for alcoholic drinks… I’m a big fan of Sunday Funday revelry. The only boozy option I noticed was a natural wine stand, which didn’t seem too enticing so early in the day. A mimosa or nice craft beer would have been much appreciated! Fear not, however, as the fantastic Prospect of Whitby pub is just a minute’s stroll away, and is a lovely spot for a post-market tipple right on the river.