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Market Hall Fulham

Restaurants, Food court Fulham
4 out of 5 stars
(7user reviews)
Market Hall Fulham
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Time Out says

Beautiful food hall in Fulham, with permanent traders including Ahi Poké, Press Coffee, Fanny’s Kebabs and Love Churros.

Market Hall Fulham says
Market Hall Fulham is the first of a new generation of British food halls, part of a project that will span the UK and challenge people's perceptions of dining.

Located in a restored Edwardian ticket hall, a stone's throw from Fulham Broadway Station, Market Hall Fulham has seven kitchens, a coffee shop and a bar serving British craft beers and spirits. Downstairs, the communal dining area for over 200 people.

The Top Floor houses its own bar, a private event space for up to 100 people and a fitness studio by the MOVE Studios, plus a roof terrace newly opened for the summer.

Market Hall Fulham is bringing a buzz to the local area through a love of food and a keen eye for design and detail. It is a destination for eating, drinking, events and fitness for the local community and beyond.

We care about the environment, so have replaced the disposable tableware that has become synonymous with street food, with plates, bowls, glasses and cutlery, all fully sustainable.

The goal is simple: to give you the best local dining and drinking experience all under one roof. Market Hall Fulham is open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus on weekends for brunch. Bring your family and friends, your dates, clients and colleagues, and indulge in a friendly neighbourhood atmosphere with a smile, a bite and a sip.




Address: 472 Fulham Road
Transport: Tube: Fulham Broadway
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 8am-11pm; Sun 10am- 10.30pm
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4 out of 5 stars

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Loads of great food and drink options for any time of the day (including lovely vegan options). A really nice vibe here, fab music, good natural lighting and friendly staff. I will definitely return!

Decent selection of food and cocktails from instafamous London retailers - the likes of Hotbox and Soft Serve Society in a cool space converted from an old train hall. Really well located right next door to Fulham Broadway Tube Station. Loved the loaded brisket fries from Hotbox but would say the taco place was pretty average...

So happy my friends and I decided to come here for lunch last weekend! It had a great variety of stalls and food, and the area was spacious with plenty of natural lighting shining down from the windows above. It was great for photos and in general to enjoy the good, sunny weather we had on Sunday! We found a table quite easily to seat 5 of us and I liked that every stalls menu was available at the table, along with their brunch menus for the weekend. It was very convenient and more so given that it was right next to the tube station! I really loved dining here and will definitely be back to try the other stalls out. 

I'm a Chelsea local so have always been wondering what lay behind the doors to the empty market so when this place opened I was absolutely delighted! My favourites include the coffee vendors near the entrance, the super tasty kebabs and the unbelievably authentic Thai food. It can get quite busy and difficult to find a table but it tends to clear out pretty early. Interested to see how they will fair in Winter but it's a great little spot in Summer. 

Went here a few weeks ago with some friends after it had opened and was thoroughly surprised compared to other 'food court' experiences in London, it caters for all tastes and has some of my absolutely favourite smaller restaurants spots all under one roof with some absolutely amazing drink offerings too. Although it does get busy, it all builds towards the overall experience and is a really great option if you live in Fulham or can't decide amongst your friends which type of food you want to go to!

I've now been to Market Hall Fulham for lunch and dinner on a number of occasions, and have been delighted every time. From taking my laptop down on a weekday afternoon and writing some emails while enjoying the Aubergine and Halloumi Salad Box from Fanny's, to meeting friends on a Friday night for a Fulham Spritz and a pokè bowl from Ahi Pokè, it's a spot that suits any occasion. GO!


I cajoled my friends into coming for dinner here last night and had a really mixed experience. We arrived at 7:30pm and it was popping: so much so there was no seating despite the vast space. Every stool and table was packed. Thus a good half hour of our time was spent roaming around trying to catch someone leaving a table or stool. The din of conversion is also unbelievable. Just keep in mind if you have problems hearing like my husband does; I also have a raspy throat the next day because of having to practically shout for conversation.

There are a breadth of vendors and veg options which I appreciated and the wait for the food we got went quickly despite the crowds. I was SO excited to see Yard Sale Pizza as the one in Clapton is one I consider the best if not one of the best in London pizza places. I got the TSB.

And my god it was disappointing. It looks great but it was SO BLAND I stopped eating after two slices. There was none of the rich sauce flavour and lovely dough texture I had in my first Yard Sale experience. I ended up giving my pizza to a homeless person later. :/ That said my friend got the gluten-free Ooh Mama and I have to admit her pizza was lovely! A much better base and sauce then the regular.

I then got the puchkas and chaat from Calcutta Canteen. The puchkas are puri which I have always loved but whilst these tasted nice they were served cold! I’ve never had that before and wouldn’t rush to experience it again. The chaat was spiccccy for me (probably because I kept eating the diced green and red peppers by accident!) but very flavorful and the portion size was excellent.

My husband got a brisket burger and said it was very good if a bit too fatty for him.