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Brook Green Market and Kitchen
Ranked #987 of 1 870 things to do in London
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: 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. Starting on 11th July and running every Saturday for four weeks Brook Green Market and Kitchen, in West Kensington, will showcase the burgeoning local craft beer scene with a series of Tap Takeovers, guided tastings and food pairings from streetfood traders Social Meat Club and Butcher and Brine, who will each craft unique dishes every week to pair with beers from the visiting brewery. Featuring: Portobello Brewing Co (11th July), Weird Beard Brew Co. (18th July), BrewDog (25th July) and Moncada Brewery (1st August). Brook Green Market and Kitchen is the latest addition to London’s burgeoning food scene. An entirely unique interactive food market, this is a food shopping experience like nowhere else in London. The market features 26 regular traders including 4 exciting street food traders every Saturday at Addison Primary School, Brook Green, West Kensington, W14. Dedicated to giving customers both a food education and a food experience, Brook Green Market and Kitchen aims to broaden both palates as well as culinary knowledge. Every week, the market will host masterclass led by a rotating selection of chefs. Here a range of simple culinary skills are taught and a range of cuisines covered – from making simple ravioli through to mastering the art of the perfect Scotch Egg. Each class will ensure that participants leave being entirely capable to recreate it at home. Brook Green Market and Kitchen offers a comprehensive food shopping experience. Our traders aim to champion the best of Britain, with a wide selection of seasonal, locally sourced, home grown ingredients as well as more exotic finds from trusted suppliers who import top quality organic produce from abroad. Trader highlights at the market include award-winning traders who’ll ensure that the pantry is overflowing with delicious and exciting produce. Come to see what Cobble lane Cured, Brambletye organic farm, Deliciously French, Woodland Jersey Beef, Norbiton Fine Cheese, The Real Fisherman, Breadren and many more who bring something new, fresh and seasonal produce to the market each and every week. Every Saturday, visitors will find not only a fully stocked market but a true community hub. Whilst listening to the sublime sounds of Kings X Hot Jazz Club, visitors are encouraged to relax with a coffee or craft beer and grab some hot food whilst the kids play board games or explore the private play area.
Useful Information: Food available for purchase, Activities for young children, Activities for older children, Bathroom facilities
Reviewed 24 October 2016

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 my usual visits to London were always strictly business and never a leisurely weekend like this visit.

Anyway, there were several types of cuisines being offered, including Mexican, pasta, Brazilian churrasco, quiche, pastries/breads, cocktails and vegetable/fruit juices. There were also sellers of chicken and other raw meats, and fresh vegetables and fruits. I went for the Mexican burritos by the Pink Cactus (the stall's name), which looked to be the most interesting and tasty, especially their breakfast burrito, with chorizos and fried eggs on top of the usual burrito stuff. I had it "naked" style, i.e. without the tortilla wrap. I really enjoyed it and was fully stuffed when I finally finished it.

My brother tried the new churrasco offering, with various grilled meats, which was also very good - we all tried some of his - if one likes a lot of red meat. They even offered alligator and kangaroo meats, but he stuck to the traditional pork, beef and lamb.

The atmosphere was very friendly and open, and I lucked out on the weather, which was sunny and not too cold on this autumn day.

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Reviewed 21 June 2016

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.

Thank Partiesbyc
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Reviewed 29 August 2015

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).
An informative and inviting market kitchen is also an option should you want to teach your kids, or your self, some culinary skills. The tutorial changes weekly. This market is a long over due addition to the area that we should continue to support. Great work, keep pushing.

Thank daube2000
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Reviewed 18 July 2015

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 is a craft beer section. With table's set up to sit, eat or play games you can spend an hour or 2 if the sun is shining enjoying the atmosphere and listening to the live music. With access for children to play in the two playground's attached to the school it's excellent for families as well with a place to keep the kids happy. A lovely local and friendly market well worth a vist if you are in the area on a Saturday.

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Reviewed 13 June 2015 via mobile

perfect Saturday brunch as well as great local producers.

Scotties coffee is always there (use Allpress beans) is always great, live music and good cakes!

Thank JimsieJ
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