The 5 best independent shopping streets London

Golborne Road

W10 5PR

West

Off the far end of the more famous Portobello Road lies this incredibly cosmopopolitan and characterful street that bustles with its engaging mix of independent boutiques, traditional retailers, vintage and antique shops and a wide range of international restaurants. A street market sells bric-a-brac and groceries alongside street food stalls such as the prized Moroccan fish food shack.

Lamb's Conduit Street

WC1N 3LL

Bloomsbury

This historic and partly pedestrianised street in Bloomsbury is particularly good for menswear and inspiring homewares. Plus there's the Persephone bookshop a bike shop, the community co-operative People's Supermarket ad great cafes, pubs and restaurants.

Bermondsey Street

SE1 3XF

Southbank

White Cube and the Fashion and Textile Museum offer culture, Casse-Croûte, José and the Garrison are a few of the eating options, plus there are great gift shops, boutiques and an antiques market on Fridays.

Redchurch Street

E2 7DJ

East

Once-gritty Redchurch Street is now host to a range of stylish and distinctive independent shops, galleries, cafes and bars, APC, MHL, Modern Society, Aesop, Klaus Haapaniemi and Tracey Neuls are among the best shops.

Newburgh Street

W1F 7RG

Soho

There's a network of narrow streets close to Carnaby Street and Oxford Circus that includes Newsburgh Street, Marshall Street and Kingly Court that offer a great range of indie shops.

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