Flat Iron Square SE1 Flea market
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure
Flat Iron Square Flea market in SE1 is a new vintage and makers market full of curated treasures from around the globe. The market is based in the junction between Southwark Street and Southwark Bridge Road in a unique location, a few minutes away from Borough Market.
The market runs every Sunday from 10am–5pm and offers an eclectic mix of stalls selling clothes, furniture, objects, ceramics, spectacles, books, magazines, vinyl and much more. Every week will have something different to offer. In addition to the classic layout, it will also have music playing and sometimes live bands to add to the fun vibe.
Food and drinks
Iron Flat Square Flea Market gives the chance to enjoy a little retail followed by a few drinks, brunch, lunch, dinner at the delicious restaurants and pop-ups in the complex. From street truck food to a nice meal indoors, there is something to enjoy while socialising with friends, family or just exploring on your own.
|Bar Douro||Baz&Fred||Burnt Lemon Bakery||Cantina Carnitas||EDU|
|Ekachai||Where The Pancakes Are||Laffa||OMEARA||Savage Salads|
|South West Social Club||Tatami Ramen||The Bar|
Who's who in Flat Iron Square
Bar Douro | Arch 35B
Drawing inspiration from the traditional cerveijarias and tascas of Lisbon and Porto, this rustic restaurant will offer a contemporary take on Portuguese cuisine
Baz&Fred | Arch 32
Baz andFred spin the best pizzas in town. Championing the revolutionary Chadwick Oven and sourcing the finest ingredients
Burnt Lemon Bakery | Devonshire House
Founded by Chef and Baker Matthew Dryden in early 2016, Burnt Lemon focuses on sourdough breads made exclusively with organic flours milled in the UK
Cantina Carnitas |Low Line
A Mexican food adventure with award winning Mexican street food, serving up lipsmackingly fresh burritos, tacos, nachos, quesadillas and tortas…
EDU | Arch 32
ED? is a contemporary Spanish food concept with influences from other world cuisines where most of the core ingredients originate from Spain.
Ekachai | Arch 32
Ekachai bring the flavours of South East Asia to Flat Iron Square with classic Thai, Malay & Cantonese street food dishes straight from the wok
Laffa | Low Line
A modern take on street food from the Eastern Mediterranean, inspired by the food stalls and cooking of the region. Vegetables and marinated meats
OMEARA | Arch 29-31
OMEARA is a unique space within Flat Iron Square offering a quality new gig venue to London plus a wide array of experiences
Savage Salads |Arch 32
Bringing wholesome, fresh and innovative salads that taste delicious and keep you fuller longer.
South West Social Club |Low Line
A small syndicate of cooks and farmers bring their beloved Air stream Sylvia to Flat Iron Square to serve ethical, sustainable, uncomplicated food.
Tatami Ramen | Arch 32
Award winning ramen from Barcelona. Providing a menu of Tonkotsu Fukuoka style ramen, Miso Tonkotsu ramen, Spicy Kimchi Tonkotsu ramen, Cockle ramen and more
The Bar |Arch 34
Serving great drinks in a busy European market place environment, including fresh sodas, a host of British craft and European beers, and six wines on tap
Where The Pancakes Are | Arch 35A
Patricia Trijbits’ restaurant is a place you can enjoy nutritious stacks of buttermilk pancakes, savoury or sweet
Flat Iron Square
Flat Iron Square covers 40,000sq ft. encompassing seven railway arches and surrounding open spaces, sited between Flat Iron Square, Union Street, O’Meara Street and Southwark Street, London, SE1. Flat Iron Square forms the first part of the new Low Line in London’s Bankside.
Flat Iron Square comprises seven railway arches and Grade II listed building Devonshire House, with seven food vendors, three restaurants, three street food trucks, five bars and a live music and entertainment venue. The ethos behind Flat Iron Square is to create a casual and vibrant environment where music, food, entertainment, retail and culture blend together.
Located in the heart of London’s Bankside, Flat Iron Square benefits from easy access to tube and train lines with a wealth of cultural activities on its doorstep – from The Shard to theatres such as Menier, The Bunker, Southwark Playhouse and Shakespeare’s Globe, art galleries including Tate Modern, Hayward Gallery and White Cube, and daily markets from our neighbours Druid Street Market, Borough Market and Bermondsey Market.www.flatironsquare.co.uk @flatironsquareuk flatironsquareuk
The Low Line
Flat Iron Square is the first stop on London’s Low Line, an exciting project which sees the reopening of the walkway through Borough, based on the original railway viaducts. Once the Low Line is completed you will be able to walk down the Low Line as far as Waterloo, taking in different projects along the way.Find out more about the Low Line
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