Unsurprisingly, given its origins, most restaurants near Leadenhall Market serve classic British food, whether that’s pub grub in the form of pies, bangers and things with chips or more refined dishes such as steak. If you’re in the mood for that timeless British classic, fish and chips, it’s worth finding a spot somewhere like Chamberlain’s, which sources its fish from nearby Billingsgate Market to provide a variety of dishes based on produce from the sea.
Those hankering for Italian food should be duly satisfied with the selection on offer at Leadenhall Market too, as there are a number of restaurants serving up pizza and pasta in the area. Prefer a liquid lunch? Leadenhall Market isn’t short of pubs and wine bars, so if a small snack alongside a pint of ale or glass of wine is your goal, there are plenty of places to choose from.
As well as those restaurants located within Leadenhall Market itself, there are of course the many eateries in the surrounding area near Leadenhall Market to consider. With Liverpool Street to the north, Aldgate to the east, Monument to the south and Bank to the west, there are scores of top restaurants to suit all budgets and tastes in this exciting part of London.