Green Valley

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Marble Arch

One of London’s best Middle Eastern food halls, Green Valley has a comprehensive deli counter offering numerous possibilities for quick after-work suppers. The fresh produce area includes squat round Lebanese pears, dainty aubergines, stumpy cucumbers, plus the likes of dragon fruit, guava and young coconuts, as well as freshly prepared juices. All meat is halal-certified, and some comes ready-marinated. In the freezer you’ll find molokhia (a high-nutrient green vegetable used especially in soups and stews) and ready-made kibbeh in chicken, lamb and almond varieties. In addition to the eye-catching display of baklava, the sizeable pâtisserie section includes thickly layered gateaux and tubs of rice pudding.  

 

Venue name: Green Valley
Contact:
Address: 36-37 Upper Berkeley Street
London
W1H 5QF
Opening hours: Open 8am-midnight daily
Transport: Tube: Marble Arch tube

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Billy M

Ridiculous review from Mrs Alli below, I've been buying goods from Green Valley for many years, and it's one of the best stocked middle eastern groceries in London.  Clean and well set-up, never any problems with the staff.  The deli section is great (fresh goods prepared by themselves) the houmous and moutebal are fantastic.  I live on the other side of London these days, but I always make an effort to visit GV whenever I'm near the Edgware Road.

Mrs Alli

Very poor customer service,I've been supporting this shop for the last 7 years, buying meet and baclava monthly and spending minimum of 230£ every time I shop. Recently, I have bought 1.3 kg of peach for my kids and it is turned out be off, as I've paid 7.50£ for it I though I would be refunded the money. They were very rude and refused to give me refund. I found myself I shock and now looking for another butcher shop as I can't see myself dealing with so unprofessional people again.