WHOLE FOODS MARKET
We find that our guests, by and large, enjoy a healthy diet and lifestyle; especially those who decide to make the most of the Prana Wellbeing studio at 1 Harrington Gardens. The Whole Foods Market on Kensington High Street has all the wares you would expect from the superfood specialist. Take home a little piece of healthy eating heaven to cook in your own personal kitchen or grab something for your day out in London. Convenience with a conscience.
QUEENS LAWN FARMERS’ MARKET
South Kensington’s Tuesday market first opened on the 24th September 2013 around the beautiful Queens Lawn and Queens Tower on the campus of Imperial College. Close to all the great London museums, with The Science Museum just around the corner, this square is a green oasis of calm where you will be able to pick up a bite for lunch, as well as shopping for fresh fruit and veg, meat, eggs, poultry, fresh fish, artisan bread and much more.
BUTE STREET FARMERS’ MARKET
South Kensington Farmers’ Markets takes place in Bute Street, one of Kensington’s premier foodie destinations and has been a hit with locals on Saturdays when the street is closed to traffic. Look out for, amongst other things, traditional sausages from Parsons Nose, fresh fish from Les Lawrence’s day boats on the South coast and a fantastic array of soft fruit in the summertime. Bute Street itself is also home to some great food shops including a fabulous ice cream parlour and excellent fishmongers.
As London’s oldest food market, Borough Market has been serving the people of Southwark for 1,000 years, and that extraordinary heritage is an important part of its appeal. But this is not a museum piece — it is a dynamic, ever-changing institution; a participant in the wider debates around what we eat and where it comes from.