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West London will be treated to a taste of the local craft beer scene throughout July as Brook Green Market and Kitchen brings a series of free weekly guided tastings to the market, as well as food and beer pairings from renowned streetfood traders...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Bollingbrook Road | Addison Primary School, London W14 0DT, England
Near to my home I go nearly every week to buy flowers , Italian foods , Lincolnshire sausages and meat and fresh fantastic baked pizza from a van to die for !
Highly recommended for locals and everyone .
My brother and his partner took me to this idyllic neighborhood setting for a brunch when I visited them in London recently. I really enjoy these types of places, which I have tried in North America (US and Canada) but never in London. Maybe because...More
Intimate little market with the usual organic meat, fruit, veg and fresh pizza, street food and awesome cocktails from Bold London. Barbara's Cakes regularly called the best cake stall in London. Visit the market or online.
Awesome local food market that delivers on many levels. Great produce available every saturday, and some interesting street food stalls serving dishes that youd be hard pushed to find in some of the best restaurants in london.(notably, Social Meat Club and Butcher and Brine).
A lovely small farmers market plus kitchen which is great for all ages including for families with children. Run from a local primary school in Brook Green the market has a lovely selection of market traders offering farmers market produce, great coffee, cakes and there...More
Great time visiting the grass roots market, some really unique food produce, quality and reasonably priced.. Also like the little touches like live musicians and games on the tables for adults and kids to relax and enjoy.. I can see allot of love has gone...More
Really enjoyed strolling around this lovely find. Ate a delicious breakfast (very spoiled for choice) and bought several items that could not be purchased elsewhere. I hear more stalls are coming shortly so will definitely return when I am next in London.