Traders promoting not only the classic “meat and veg” but oodles of worldly delicacies including top end cheese, exotic olives or even cured ostrich!So, what better way to take it all in than over a scrumptious pint or two!Luckily for all, the Wheatsheaf of Borough Market has that side of the story well and in reality coated. This little gem packs a mighty punch with its ever bustling comings and goings. Boasting the coolest Young’s ales, among the best beers Blighty has to provide and a very breath taking reveal of street food inspired yummies; the Wheatsheaf compliments Borough Market in a way that no other pub does. A pick and mix of individuals enter the doors each day, from the merry market trader to the impeccably styled city slicker; it form of feels all people desires to get a bit of where. So if you are searching for a primary-rate place to people watch the realm go by, with a culinary overdose for the senses which can blow your mind, head right down to London’s most iconic grocery store and make detailed to pop in to the Wheatsheaf the pub in its hay day. Tom Bowen – The ever watchful eyes and ears of Borough MarketweetsheafChrome bar stools are classy and very frequently occurring.