One of Leicester Market’s newest traders is trying to buck a trend. With so many fast food outlets available in the heart of the city, Tawfiq Ahmed is endeavouring to provide people in Leicester with a heathy, delicious alternative – falafel.
All Trader Spotlights
If you want quality fruit and vegetables at reasonable prices, sold with impeccable customer service, then Leicester Market is the place to visit.
Straight away when you see Stuart’s Fabrics, it’s obviously a business run with a lot of care, attention and a high-level of expertise.
Moving into the new Food Hall hasn’t just meant a better working environment for the team at Country Fayre, it’s also helped them to attract a crowd of younger customers.
Looking for unusual vegetables for a new recipe you want to try? Or do you have an old family favourite which requires some exotic ingredients? Well you’re likely to find it at Leicester Market – but if you can’t, Christine Pittard will try to source it especially for you.
Are you looking for a unique birthday gift, or perhaps starting your Christmas shopping early? If one of your friends or a member of your family collects china or glassware ornaments, then look no further than the variety of pieces on offer at Braden at Leicester Market.
As soon as you walk into Leicester Market’s new Food Hall, you can’t help but smile as the senses come under attack through a mixture of amazing sights and smells courtesy of the Hall’s traders.
Bacon, crumpets and Yorkshire tea; what more could shoppers and traders at Leicester Market ask for? Following the grand opening of ‘Verity’s Market Café’ in November’s Winter Food Festival, we caught up with Verity herself to find out why she decided to set up the café and what she has on offer to satisfy your taste buds…
Located at the heart of Leicester Market, trader Mark Millwood is impossible to miss. Adding to the special atmosphere created at Leicester Market, with a stall that’s one of a kind, Mark offers a number of different bedding designs.
Inside the brand-new food hall at Leicester Market, which opened earlier this year, with its natural autumn sunlight flooding through the building’s beautifully coated glass panels; we caught up with butcher Keith Ashmore, to find out more about life in the new building.