Berwick Street Market, central London’s only surviving fruit and vegetable market, adds colour to daytime Soho. The market was established in the 1840’s and still retains much of its character. The market survives despite the huge volume of people and cars. Lively at lunchtimes, the market has the freshest and cheapest produce for miles around. There are fish, bread, cheese, herbs and spices stalls, and also sells fabrics and cheap household goods. As well as stalls Berwick Street itself has some interesting shops.