The Old Biscuit Mill, Neighbourgoods Market.

Every Saturday, no matter the weather, you will find the Neighbourgoods Market on 373 Albert Road in Woodstock the place to be. Open between 09h00 to 14h00. Established by entrepreneurs Justin Rhodes and Cameron Munro, who had a dream to revive and reinvent the city market concept. And this they have achieved!

Now every Saturday more than 100 traders from local farmers, fine-food producers, organic merchants, bakers, grocers, fish mongers, butchers, artisan producers and local chefs celebrated local chefs set up their wares and trade here.

There’s a wonderful sense of community here, loads of small enterprises, fresh fruit, veg and flowers – and delicious things to eat. Spoilt for choice! Here are some of the stalls I came across on my visit a couple of weeks ago.


Cutest wood-trimmed Cafeteria trailer (above) and below coconuts being cut up and offered in pieces, or just the coconut water, which has incredibly good health values.


A view inside, across the wonderful selection of stores.


Julie of Ocean Jewels introducing her stock of the day. Julie is one of Cape Town’s food heroes, and an advocate for SASSI. If fresh sustainable fish is what you’re after, this is your girl!


One of the numerous craft beers on offer, Camelthorn beer.


Mary-Louise is one of the bakers and confectionary artists with sweets and treats that make temptation inevitable.


This was one of the more innovative prodcuts on offer, if you eat tuna and like biltong, this is your man. Biltong from the Sea.


These are just a handle of market merchants, there are as I said, about 100. Do go over with a hungry tummy and some time and explore the flavours and passion that this market is renowned for.

Every shop in the area is extraordinary and the Bedouin market on Saturdays has vintage clothing, handbags, shoes and beautiful craft times too. Word of advise – go early! It gets a little too busy to enjoy after 11h00.

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