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Portobello Market@ London

Oh wow, I forgot how much fun Portobello market was, but it also depends on who you go with. Antiques are just old stuff that people had in their house for too long and didn’t want so they decided to get rid of it for money. So we quickly got through the antiques section and walked into the food section when our stomachs were getting ready.

First it was a piece of chewy and rich chocolate brownie. Then it was a full bowl of fried ups made of so-called ‘seafood’ – 4 pounds, not really worth it. Then it was a boneless leg of chicken baguette, which was quite tasty. Then it was a chicken paella. Finally finishing up with a bag of green grapes fresh from the fruits stalls. All this food for two petite girls. Har! Yum, yum!

Look the paellas were freshly cooked on the spot, there were chicken for 5 pounds and seafood for 6 pounds. It was so interesting to see how they cook it and such a big pan too! Big queues were waiting for the hot off the stove Spanish cuisine – bargain.

***PS: Now I look why people love the iPhone so much, because a simple plain picture could be turned into a piece by art with just a few buttons by the right app.

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  1. March 28, 2011 at 2:11 am

    Good stuff to know! Thanks.

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  3. preobrazhenskii
    March 28, 2011 at 8:11 pm

    The last time I was at Portobello Market was in the 1970s, I really should make more of an effort to go down and experience it again.

    • March 28, 2011 at 8:12 pm

      oh wow, that is a LONG time ago. Check it out for sure, it’s different every time I go!

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