To live this life to the fullest, one must be willing to try new things and one of such new things is the food you will eat. Where do we even get these food products from? Okay, the supermarkets, the street shops and the markets. Most people are not familiar with food markets and in this article we would be taking them through some of the best food markets.
Food is vital to the human’s life and culture has been blended with food. You can easy tell a culture through the way its food is prepared. Experiencing the great taste of other people’s meal is another way of embracing their culture; here we will be taking about the five top food markets around the globe.
Borough Market, London
For any kind of British traditional and international foods of your choic,e taking a walk along the dynamic south embankment of River Thames near London Bridge, then move south to the open-air Borough Market will have your appetite whet as Borough Market is located in a corner in Southwark. This is where a lot of chefs and supermarkets come for their products. The residents of London are seen here too trying to get their food products from this market.
The world’s largest markets on weekends is a labyrinth of great confusion, having a narrow way between the food stalls and stands, the market is located near Bang Sue railway station in north-central Bangkok , this busy area is a foodie’s idea of heaven having many stalls selling most of the best dishes .
Kreta Ayer Wet Market
Kreta Ayer Wet Market is a nice place to look out for clean food without any regrets about it considering the high level of hygienic standard in Singapore. The market is situated at the city’s famous Chinatown, there you will find different kinds of food like exotic imported foods, frogs traditional Chinese herbal remedies, fruits and vegetables with different colors.
La Vurria Market
La Vucciria Market started when some people from the city of Palermo, left their homes to to set up their stand at La Vucciria the air filled with smell of silken homemade pastas you can’t resist, juicy fruit, delicious wine, fish and herbs slowly spills into the air filling the street with tourist and the people coming to buy their weekly groceries.
St Lawrence Market
Whenever you are visiting St Lawrence Market, you should be expecting to get the best from a market that has been in existence for 208 years in Downtown Toronto because you will surely be held spell bounds by the captivating smell of cooked cheeses, homemade jams to high-quality chocolate coming from the South Market, North Market and St Lawrence Hall market building . Food markets have become a sort of tourism for the people of Toronto and this is what they have proudly displayed in this market.
Are we missing out of your favourite food market? We have heard of places like the Ariaria market in Abia State in Nigeria, there are so many other places that we would love to add but they may not be as big as these listed markets.