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Partridges Market

Shopping, Markets and fairs King’s Road
5 out of 5 stars
(14user reviews)
Partridges Market

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Address: 2-5 Duke of York Square
King's Road
London
SW3 4LY
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5 out of 5 stars

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tastemaker

Partridges (the shop) is so cool. Selling luxury food stuff and food items around the world it's great if you are looking for something different for your dinner party. It's my go to place each time I need something that is American themed and a hit for Thanksgiving. It stocks some unusual flavoured snacks. Its deli is extensive and there's a huge range of pastas. It also has a brilliant little cafe at the back which is worth a visit (check out the photos on the wall). Good cappuccino here!


The Saturday food market is fun too if you fancy lunch with a difference or if you want to buy a foody gift. Not sure how big this market will be once the new Cadogan Cafe opens..

tastemaker

Partidges stock a select range of gourmet foods. Throughout the week you can pick up great fresh salads and on a weekend the outdoor market is the perfect place to spend a sunny Saturday afternoon. 

Tastemaker

Gourmet/posh selection of anything a usual grocery shop would have. Just in the corner of Duke of York Square (few steps away from Sloane Square tube) you will find this beautifully arranged food market. It is pricey but who doesn't need small treats every now and then?!

Tastemaker

I adore this food market. The oysters are fresh,  the pasta stall is as good as Italy, the duck sandwich is a firm favourite but I find it dry. It changes most weekends so there are always new stalls alongside the popular veterans.


A treasure trove, family - owned business with delicious surprises and great customer service!

Tastemaker

If there's one thing London is known for, it's our food markets. Well ok, it's also our theatres, our museums, our art galleries, our parks, our big red buses and our shiny black taxis but as well as all of those as-gloriously-English-as-Roger-Moore-in-a-bowler-hat things, we're now rightfully renowned for our fantastic choice of street food, pop ups and markets. Borough might be the first one that springs to mind but there are so many others that you owe it to yourself to check out and top of that list for me would be Partridges.


The first thing to love about this market is the location; tucked away in the Duke of York Square, the short wander from Sloane Square tube allows you to window shop the stores that make your wallet quiver with fear and it's particularly lovely at Christmas when the whole of Peter Jones glows against crisp dark wintry skies with the twinkle of a thousand fairy lights. The second thing to adore is the frankly fabulous selection of stalls; boasting an average of 70 every Saturday, each one is packed to the rafters with smiley stall holders & full to the brim with global foods & reasonable price tags...'at last', you'll cheer, 'something in Chelsea I can afford!'


The chorizo rolls are among the best I've ever had - chubby little Iberican pork sausages nestle snugly in toasted ciabatta under a blanket of melted cheese and sweetly roasted peppers - although if you're more about making the humble cow the star of your lunch, you should know that the salt beef bagels are outstanding - two halves of perfectly shiny chewy dough forced apart by inches of pink, tender salt beef, draped with tangy pickles & smeared with mustard. My advice? Take a friend, buy both, dine happy. 

Tastemaker

This market in the Duke of York Square on a Saturday offers up the tastiest market fare that West London has to offer. The granola stand is incredible, the Rummanco West Indian Food stand is so unbelievably yummy and even the dried fruit stall is impressive (I always spend a fortune on the crystalised apple, kidding myself that I'm being healthy).

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