Mittwoch, 24. Juni 2015















"Some of London’s most historic markets, such as Spitalfields, have been swept up in a wave of “regeneration” that leaves niche businesses withering in the wake of big brands. Smithfield, the capital’s 800-year-old meat market is the next (contentiously) earmarked for a facelift. Others, like Borough Market – nowadays more of a gourmet tourist destination than a local amenity — are victims of their own success. Which makes below-the-radar spots like Netil Market, a small community of creative start-ups in London Fields, to the east of the city, such a rarity."