I Love Markets says: After visiting Maltby Street Market Rope Walk, for only the second time, I have to say, I am ashamed I don't visit more often. If you haven't visited then it's simple. You're missing out big-time. read more
Feed the Lion says: The Ropewalk or Maltby Street Market as it's better known, is as unpretentiously unique a street food enclave as you're likely to find anywhere in London. This place successfully manages to make full use of the limited space available, which includes the original railway viaduct arches, by squeezing in a surprising variety pop-up stalls, mobile vendors, under-arch shops, and bars. Even more surprising were the number of Halal and Halal-friendly stalls that we had the pleasure of discovering. read more
The Suitcase Mag says: The ropewalk, nestled between Maltby Street and Millstream Road, provides London's population with a solution to all of their culinary cravings. read more
The Financial Times says: What's becoming known as the Maltby Street Market is actually neither a market nor a shopping street, but a tiny, ad hoc community of some of London's finest purveyors of food and drink.