Brixton Market Fishes

I often travel from south Wales to south London for work. It’s a nice contrast and I really like both places. Brixton market is always a great place to go and walk and look, and perhaps eat. The main fish market is always busy and the selection is slightly more varied than at my local Tesco! I’ve seen bream, carp and even a chub once! I’ve always been drawn to fish counters and at a market in Helsinki I once came across a pike that was easily 20lbs up for sale.

Brixton fish market
A wide and exotic selection of fish at Brixton Market

Author: tescovalue79

Age: 37. Work: Marketing & communications. Like: fishing, art, ITFC, good music, bad pubs.

3 thoughts on “Brixton Market Fishes”

  1. My better half shops there all the time Ben as she works in Brixton and having West Indian parents,she has to always drop some fish off on a Friday on her way home.You can’t beat some fried Snapper ;-0

    Monty D

    1. Hello Monty! It’s a great market isn’t it? Lively and bustling. I do like a bit of snapper or bream. Love your blog Monty. I’ve been a keen reader for ages, even if you are a hammer…

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