3 out of 5 Based on 11 reviews


The Divertimenti shops in South Kensington and London's West End stock an enormous range of cooking utensils, pots and pans, copper, earthenware, hand decorated tableware, oriental utensils, cutlery and glassware - in fact just about everything a food lover could possibly want. Beside the wide range of products, they also offer a range of services, including wedding lists, copper pan retinning and professional knife sharpening. This branch also provides an ordering service.

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33-34 Marylebone High Street, Mayfair, London, W1U 4PT

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33-34 Marylebone High Street
+44 (0)20 7935 0689
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3 out of 5 based on 11 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Divertimenti

4.0 out of 5 15 February 2013
by Elaine M.

Lovely expensive! They have all the goods for your kitchen needs. Very helpful staff! Love cooking? You'll love these people.

Love the guys and girls here!

Yes they know their stuff...yesss they are italian...yesss they are a bit snobby. But hey! They are great at it!more

4.0 out of 5 28 January 2012
by Grant T.

I stopped in here today because I had a £25 gift certificate that I received as a gift when I threw myself a fake birthday party. (Just so you know I had made it explicitly clear on the invitation that it wasn't my real birthday, but I hadn't had a party that year and I wanted an excuse to bake a cake I had just found the ingredients for, so a fake birthday party it was.) I had tried to book...more

2.0 out of 5 12 November 2010
by Kate H.

I hate this place. Pretty much with a passion. Every time I pop in to look for something I need, they don't carry it.

Last time it was Silpat--like the silicone baking mats. The limited-English-speaker at the counter pointed me to the back corner of the store (because there's always a limited-English speaker at the counter). Obviously not there. I then made my way downstairs to have a...more

3.0 out of 5 16 December 2008
by Evelyn M.

It was a bright, crisp Sunday morning and my boyfriend and I were taking a wander up Marylebone High Street after filling our bags at the market. To tell you the truth we were feeling pretty chuffed with the beautiful selection of goodies we'd bought and even stopped off to buy a couple of bottles of wine to really cap it off. As we wandered into Divertimenti I remember thinking that a lot of...more

4.0 out of 5 25 November 2008
by Tracy T.

Anything remotely kitcheny can be found here. From designer coffee machines to pasta forks and copper pots. They also have a smallish range of foodstuffs like honeys, chocolates, spices and oils. It's such a wonderful shop to browse in and I always come away feeling inspired.

It doesn't stop at product though. There's a range of cooking classes and wine tasting sessions, interesting courses...more