Brook Green Market and Kitchen is the latest addition to the burgeoning London market scene. A truly interactive food market, this unique food shopping experience can be found every Saturday at Addison Primary School.
With over 25 traders, Brook Green Market and Kitchen offers a comprehensive food shopping experience. Whether you’re after a loaf of bread or a full weekly shop there is plenty on offer to ensure you leave with a basket brimming with seasonal, locally sourced ingredients. Alternatively, if its freshly prepared food you’re after, Brook Green Market and Kitchen has you covered with a carefully chosen selection of London’s best food traders turning out a tempting array of hot and cold food.
Stall highlights include the award-winning Cobble Lane. Every week Matt and his team bring their signature range of British charcuterie to the market, fantastic news for lovers of salami, bresaola and nduja. For a perfect Sunday roast then look no further than Pick’s Organics who offer organic pork and beef, lovingly reared on their farm in Leicestershire and as for your five a day then you can’t beat Wild Country Organics for the best in organic fruit and veg.
But perhaps, what you really want is just a Saturday morning stroll and a great coffee? After all Brook Green Market and Kitchen prefers to see itself as a community hub, a place for locals to enjoy and socialise, and that’s why they serve the best coffee in W14 thanks to Lou from Scotties who goes to great lengths to ensuring her Flat Whites are the best you can get. It’s a great day out for the whole family.
Dedicated to giving customers both a food education and experience, Wild Food Market broadens your culinary knowledge as much as it does your palate. Open every Saturday from 10am to 3pm, the market runs a weekly programme of regular masterclasses encourages people to get involved, experiencing food and drinks whilst learning about it.
Alternatively, you may want something a little stronger so why not meet at the craft beer stand? Selling the widest selection of craft beers in West London from light lagers through to hearty ales, all are worth a swig!