Bromley residents can sample the local delicacies of France without having to leave the area, as the French market returns to the borough next week.
The market will be situated on Bromley High Street from Thursday 18th to Sunday 21st February and will be open from 9am to 6pm each day. Throughout the four days, market traders from France, Spain, Sicily, Vietnam and Britain will open stalls packed with a wide range of continental and Gallic products.
Visitors will have the opportunity to pick up some tasty treats including cured meats, crepes, cheeses, vinegars, oils, biscuits, chilli sauces, hog roast sandwiches, and noodle salads. A number of stalls will stock gifts and home wares from clothing and handbags to garden furniture and pottery.
The French market is always a popular attraction in Bromley thanks to the quality of the traders, who provide a professional service and authentic experience, and the high standard of the products that they bring with them.
Bromley last played host to the market in February 2015. This will mark the start of the 2016 tour, which will also take in parts of the Home Counties, the south coast, and the Midlands.
The French market is organised by Savoir Fayre Ltd, and all the traders selling at the event are accredited and checked. They can be contacted beforehand or after you’ve made a purchase through The Market People website.
Have you visited the French market in Bromley before? What stalls are you looking forward to trying?
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