Lower Marsh is a rather shabby looking street located within spitting distance of the London eye, County Hall and Waterloo Station. However, it's a buzzing little street with a few surprises in store. At one end is Leake Street (often referred to as the Banksy Tunnel), which runs under the Waterloo train-lines. This is a graffiti haven, it's legal or at least allowed here. The graffiti changes almost daily and ranges from dodgy rubbish to brilliant works of art. Well worth a peep. Other attractions in Lower Marsh include a number of street food stall (ranging from great falafel wraps to superb goat curry), a small second hand book store, a superb high class 'supermarket' called Greensmiths which is full of stunning food and wine and a great cafe / restaurant. There is also a brilliant coffee shop called the Scooter Cafe which is full of scooter memorabilia. Well worth a look if you're in the area.
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