4 out of 5 Based on 8 reviews


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 Marsh, Lambeth, London, SE1 7RG

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4 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Greensmiths

3.0 out of 5 27 June 2011
by Lynn C.

This is a review about their petite cafe upstairs and not about the grocery store.

Food here is CHEAP! About 3.5 quid for a sandwich. You can't really beat that. The sandwiches are a tad on the small side, but still enough to fill you. They also have daily specials for sandwiches and salads.

Like most British food, I found the stuff here to be a bit bland and dry. I had the pork and apple...more

5.0 out of 5 14 December 2010
by Emily T.

This is quite possibly my favorite find during my stay in London.

Greensmiths is deceptively small from the outside. My friend wanted to come in because she was starving and wanted to get something from the display windows. We found a cute little bakery area and a butchers area, in which we proceeded to order a couple baked goods to satiate our hunger. There was some ground meat with a crust...more

5.0 out of 5 13 June 2009
by Lina G.

One of the best parts about Greensmiths is the Ginger Pig meat counter. Apparently it is a requirement to be a young, hot dude who is obsessed with meat to work at a Ginger Pig meat counter. This makes all of my meat-buying that much more pleasant and makes vegetarianism unthinkable.

The veggie section is really nice--far nicer than anything in the immediate vicinity. They carry things you...more

4.0 out of 5 19 December 2008
by Hannah R.

This is a story about mince pie.

Once there was a Mince pie. He was made from organic materials. He was a young man, still the size of the top of a tin can. He was a jolly fellow. One day he found himself in a carton on the way to Greensmiths.

He arrived at Greensmiths and assessed his surroundings. There was a display counter full of fresh meat, and that is not to say young and...more

4.0 out of 5 7 December 2008
by Clarissa D.

I need to seek therapy for my raw meat obsession. Raw steaks are so dang appealing to me. Only in places like Greensmiths though. Butchers, proper butchers who source their cuts and delicately dismember animals are amazing food artisans. All of the butchers at Greensmiths are professional butchers who only buy and sell the freshest, best meat. The meat is fragrant in here; I almost want...more