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Late Night Dec 4 – Where to eat/drink.

Posted: 4 Dec 2021

Enjoy flavours from around the world at raved about cafes and street food venues, alongside cocktails, real wines and live jazz. Late shopping at selected retail stalls.

Bars open until 10pm, cafes open until 9pm, late shopping until at least 7pm. Last entry to the building 9.30pm. ** Please note – individual stall opening times may vary.

Choose from Thai, Indian, dim sum or Middle Eastern to handmade sourdough pizza, Tex-Mex and more.

Find bars conjuring up creative cocktails and mocktails at Gindifferent,Tom’s Table and The Market Café and delicious ‘real’ wines and more at Petitgloubar/café. Bars also serve craft beers, ciders, Prosecco and more. Bars also serve food or snacks.

Browse an eclectic range of unique retail stalls, from original art, quality gifts and handcrafts to homewares, books, vintage and more.

Where to eat: House of Yum, Moli Tea House and The Bird’s Nest Caféopen until 9pm and take food orders up to around 8/830pmpm. No bookings required. Walk-ins only. Moli Tea House also offers takeaway.

If you cannot find a table when your arrive, don’t worry. Cafes operate a waiting system. Enjoy a drink while you wait. Moli Teahouse will take your mobile number, so you can go for a wander or get a drink from one of the bars and they will call you when your table becomes available.

Moreish serves a set menu Middle Eastern Mezze, bookable in advance. Tonight is fully booked.

Petitglou lays on its usual wine bar/café menu plus late night specials. Taking walk-ins and bookings. To book email Iron & Rose wine shop is available for takeout bottles until close.

Eat In Pizza sells freshly-made sourdough pizza (meat and vegetarian) and alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks to takeaway. Communal tables are available nearby on the main market floor.

Indian Street Food offers delicious Punjabi-style curries, bhajis and samosas for takeaway. Limited in-house tables, but communal tables are available nearby on the main market floor.

The Market Café becomes a cocktail bar, serving cocktail and cake pairings.

Please note:

Some of the eateries are particularly popular and all food is freshly prepared to order, so there may be a short wait for tables. Please understand that our traders are small businesses – offering a street food experience – with limited capacity for seating.  Different dining options are available throughout the market, including more readily available take-away and sit-down options both on the main market floor and gallery floor.

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