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We went to Preston with visiting the ma rket as a must. The new market hall is very nice. It was quite busy when we went and that was mid week. It was nice to see some good stalls. I bought 2 lovely cabin holdalls...More
Very nice place to visit any day of the week. On Saturdays it gets a little bit crowded, even so an excellent spot where you can eat, drink, buy food, Uggs, fresh flowers, household goods and much of more.
Great value fruit, veggies, meat and deli items. I’ve been shopping here for over 15 years and although it has had some changes I still find it an enjoyable place to shop. Coffee and breakfast at ditzy danni cafe is great and I still enjoy...More
Had coffee at this cafe in Preston markets Melbourne
Strong but pleasant no sour taste at all in fact no after burn like some others I've tasted .
It also had a small selection of pastries, service great and friendly.
It is so easy to get to. Right next to Preston railway station, on an orbital bus route, and close to other buses and trams. The meat smell did get to me and the choices of cooked food did tend to the fried. It is...More
Great for Fruit , Meat and Vegies , dont stress about other Stuff , Lots of Fried Food and Do Nuts, Shame about the Smell from Meat Hall hopefully something cane be done about it , Have opened about 20- 30 more parking spaces on...More
Have not been to the market for some 40 years and it appears not have changed. It is widely known for it's great delicatesants. Today was the 2nd Big Fat Greek Day - not as big as I was expecting but I would imagine the...More
The variety of eating places brings us back week after week to Preston market. The Turkish food is delicious and well balanced. The tuna jaffle is superb. Srilankan kotto curry a must. Delicious empanadas! Great coffee! Pity some of our favourite places did not survive....More
Early Saturday mornings are the best to shop for your fresh food amongst the hustle noise of a market place, then why not grab a coffee, croissant from the French bakery, fresh fresh or visit the cheap gift/clothing outlets with market flair, cheeses from the...More