Portobello Market

Market opening times

09:00 – 18:00 Monday To Wednesday
09:00 – 13:00 Thursday
09:00 – 19:00 Friday Antique stalls
09:00 – 19:00 Saturday Main day
00:00 – 00:00 Sunday (closed) fashion under Portobello Green canopy
Above times are a guide only, shops & cafes open 7 days a week


Portobello is really several markets in one, Saturday being the day when all are in full swing. Then you can experience a mile of hustle, haggle, colour and energy. The feature of Saturdays is the opening of hundreds of antique and specialist shops and stalls. There are some talented and bizarre street performers to be spotted too.



Fridaysecond busiest day

Southern Portobello Road – antiques
Middle of the market – food, new fashion, accessories, household goods
Portobello Green, North Portobello – vintage clothing & accessories, collectables, bric-a-brac
Golborne Road – bric-a-brac, furniture, food


Saturday – main day

Full street market (like Friday, listed above), plus;

Antiques Arcades – open
Westbourne Grove – antiques stalls between Portobello Road and Kensington Park Road
Portobello Green – more new fashion and less vintage than Friday
The market is packed with stalls from Westbourne Grove all the way up to and along Golborne Road, and across under the Westway out to Ladbroke Grove. Come early to discover the best finds and avoid the crowds!


Portobello Green has a market selling mostly vintage clothing and bric-a-brac -no street market in Portobello or Golborne Roads.

Most cafes/shops are open + some forecourt traders at the southern end of Portobello Road.




Portobello Road between Elgin Crescent and the Westway – fruit and veg, household goods, a few clothing stalls, sometimes casual stalls of vintage clothing or bric-a-brac
Golborne Road – fruit and veg, hot food




Portobello market and Golborne market is half-day on Thursdays, with stalls closing by 1pm.



Bank Holidays

The street market is open on Good Friday, but closed on other bank holidays.


Antiques & Bric-A-Brac
Chepstow Villas – Elgin Crescent

The markets main attraction is the vibrant antiques section which is located near Notting Hill tube station; The half mile of road contains 100’s of buzzing market stalls, shops and arcades. You can expect to find a wonderful and wide array on antiques dating from BC to the 1960’s on offer including items such as glass and crystal, silver, books and many other collectibles.


Saturday is main antiques trading day and trading generally starts around 8:30-9:00am. It’s best to arrive before 11:30am if you want to avoid the crowds before they get too bustling.


Fruit & Veg
Elgin Crescent – Talbot Road

Iconic London market stalls as full English character as they’re fruit and vegetables come next after the antiques section. You will also find a few bread stalls, cakes, a fish mongers and a cheese stall here.

Friday & Saturday – along with the above, baked goods, oils, olives, gourmet cheeses, meat, seafood and other specialist items


New Goods
Talbot Road – Westway

The new good section is more typical London market traders with stall selling cheap socks, toys, batteries etc.


Fashion Market
Dotted around the street – Westway Area

Shop from vintage bags, lace and fur coats to more touristy london t-shirts.

Around Westway you will find the area some call the “Fashion Market” which has second hand clothes stalls side by side with young new designers.

You will also find a number of bigger brand shops in this area.


Second Hand Goods
Westway to Golbourne Road

Usually more a destination for locals than tourists, this section of the market offers second hand goods including clothes, great for any fashionista hoping to pickup a bargain.


Hot Food & Takeaway

Firday & Saturday: Hot food stalls offering choices from around the world are available such as curry, paella, fish and chips, bratwurst and more more
In Goldborne Road you’ll find North African and Caribbean street food throughout the week.