This is a sponsored article on behalf of Market Halls.

Forget soggy sarnies scoffed in the line to the ticket office, because Victoria Station’s Terminus Place has transformed into a three-storey gastronomic paradise. Hot on the heels of the launch of Market Halls Fulham — the former Underground station ticket hall turned dining hotspot — is Market Halls Victoria.

Breathing new life into beautiful yet forgotten spaces is Market Halls’ bread and butter. It’s no surprise, then, that the group chose the abandoned arcaded bays in the Grade II listed Terminus Place for their latest culinary adventure. Once an Edwardian shopping arcade, the chic stone facades most recently housed the London outpost of legendary Ibiza night club Pacha. But now instead of thumping house beats, the venue’s twelve kitchens serves up an incredible variety of restaurant-quality grub.

Flank: a carnivore’s paradise

Experience the best of British nose-to-tail cuisine at Flank. Chow down on Baozi Inn’s rainbow-hued dim sum that’s (almost) too pretty to eat. Or warm yourself up with a comforting plate of handmade pasta from Nonna Tonda.

No time for dinner? There’s also a speciality coffee shop, two bars serving British craft beer and spirits and, come next spring, a 100-capacity roof terrace will open, so you can admire those SW1 views while sipping on your libation of choice.

Sunshine-bright dim sum from Baozi Inn

And if you’re looking for something to do on New Year’s Eve, Market Halls Victoria is hosting its own end of year extravaganza, complete with musical bingo, Gospeloke, and disco tunes — tickets here.

You can discover more of the delights that await you at Market Halls Victoria in the video below, or pop in for yourself to see what all the fuss is about (stretchy trousers recommended).

Market Halls Victoria. Open 7am-11pm Monday to Friday, and 11am-11pm on Saturdays, and 11am-10pm on Sunday.

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