Farmers' Markets in London

Discover the rich flavors of the English countryside and beyond with a visit to these farmers' markets where every colorful stall is enticing, and exceptional taste is always in season.

Farmers' Markets in London
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Notting Hill

Nestled behind Notting Hill Gate station (Central Line), Notting Hill Farmers’ Market Runs from 9am-1pm every Saturday. Be on the look out for fresh milk, cream and cheese straight from the island of Guernsey courtesy of Olive Farm. Fresh fruit, other produce and organic ingredients are also on offer.

South Kensington

Held each Saturday from 9am-2pm on tiny Bute Street, South Kensington Farmers’ Market is a foodie paradise, particular for those looking for French and Italian treats. With vendors such as Madam Gautier and Seriously Italian, you won’t go home hungry. Also keen an eye out for traditional sausages from Parsons Nose, and delicious ice cream from the local parlour next to the market.

Duke of York Square

Nestled in the heart of chic Chelsea, this farmers’ market specialises in fine foods from all over Britain. Pick up British cheeses, freshly squeezed juice, artisan breads, handmade sausages, falafel, pies, pancakes and oh so much more. The market is held every Saturday.

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Pimlico Road

For the residents of Belgravia and Chelsea, the pretty Orange Square is filled with stalls selling predominantly cold produce for you to enjoy or take home each Saturday from 9am-1pm. Look out top quality produce from Eden Farm and award-winning sausage from Ambrose Farms.

Marylebone

Choose from 40 stalls offering outstanding fresh fruit and vegetables, meat and ready-to-eat treats at this bustling Sunday market. Open from 10am-2pm, it’s a great place to spend a leisurely Sunday morning in one of London’s lesser known and most charming shopping spots.

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Islington

Stop by Islington for an extravaganza of over 30 stalls selling seasonal flowers, fresh vegetables and a great selection of free range and organic poultry. All products are grown and produced within 100 miles of London and the market is open Sundays from 10am-2pm.

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Stoke Newington

If you love organic food, head up to Stoke Newington on Saturdays. The neighborhood’s market features farmers that are either organic or biodynamic, and most of them are located less than 60 miles from London. Enjoy homemade gozleme and creole fritters, all made using ingredients sourced at the market, as well as a ever evolving selection of seasonal produce.

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