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Sourced Market

Shopping, Delis Marylebone
5 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)

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Address: 68-74 Wigmore St
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5 out of 5 stars

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Really lovely spot in Marylebone, perfect to pick up organic food or stop for coffee or lunch. They offer 3 options for warm meals, different salads you can mix and match and sandwiches.
Vegetable curry with rice was delicious!

Hidden gem close to bustle of Oxford Street. Tasty healthy snacks and excellent coffee


Sourced market is handy to know about if you want a quality snack or light meal just a stones throw away from the mayhem of Oxford Street. The market has a pastry and coffee counter as well as a sandwich, charcuterie and wine counter. They offer high quality food from well known companies like Bread Ahead, Cinnamon Tree cookies and Gamma Ray beers. As well as offering cafe style seating for eating in, as much focus is given to sourcing wonderful cheeses, honey, beer, meats and so many other appealing and usual gems you never knew you wanted. Many of them are made in the U.K. and you can tell that great care has been taken to offer only the best. It's not cheap - £18 for two paninis and a bowl of olives, but it makes but for a civilized and enjoyable shopping stop off or somewhere to meet up with friends for a glass of wine and a sharing platter after work.  

Best coffee in town, great smoothies. A fantastic addition to the area


Sourced Market in Marylebone is only a few months old but already has a loyal crowd. What you can find here is good coffee, light lunch deals, delicious and healthy snacks for your sweet tooth, some of the best donuts from London and a very interesting variety of beers. Cool casual spot for a quick lunch or snack or a coffee break that is not a chain restaurant, just what Oxford Street needs.

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