Greensmiths is a local supermarket with a real difference – a butcher, a baker, a greengrocer, a coffee specialist, and a wine merchant – as well as all the other daily food needs you would expect to find in a supermarket. And there is a kitchen there preparing food only from fresh ingredients in the store to eat in the cafe or take away.
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27 Lower MarshLambethLondonSE1 7RG
- +44 20 7921 2970
Very cute grocery store with tons of niche and interesting food items. Prices can be a bit high but you have to remember you're buying from a posh place. I got the lentil soup for takeaway and it was only alright but the butternut squash and chickpea sides for takeaway were quite flavourful.more
We got here bright and early for breakfast. Everything was great - as you'd hope being attached to a butchers, the bacon and pork sausage were a standout. Freshly squeezed OJ is available and perfectly poached eggs. What a gem!more
I was in London last week on holiday. Had the opportunity to cook up some of my own grub rather than go to another restaurant.
What was required to carry out my dinner vision was a perfect cut of beef, mushrooms, Red wine and some salad greens.
Cannot speak too highly of the quality of the meat or the professional services of the skilled butcher.
I walked away with what can best be...more
Right around the corner from our apartment and dear to my palate!
Came here for lunch late and had a wonderful, homey meal, everything was wonderful, tasty, and well priced.
The service was great, smiling, helpful, and attentive.
Did I mention the pork products? Wow, how good are they?! Wonderful! Makes me want to line my mouth with bacon.
It's more than just a butcher's shop one sees...more
Open All Hours, loved that show. Half expect Arkwright to be slamming a till somewhere, or Granville outside wobbling on his delivery bike.
A proper old fashioned food hall, with lots of nooks and crannies to get lost in. Usually end up spending about £40 per carrier bag, so I'll warn you it's not cheap - but great meat courtesy of the Ginger Pig people - thats the name of the butchers in...more