Kensington is the largest Whole Foods shop in London. You can choose from dozens of regional cheeses in the unique cheese room, and buy handmade chocolates, meat from the 75ft butchers' counter, and fresh fish prepared by skilled fishmongers. All foods are free from artificial preservatives, colours, flavours, sweeteners and hydrogenated fats.
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Whole Foods Market - Kensington
63 Kensington High StreetKensingtonLondonW8 5SE
- +44 20 7368 4500
This is a Church / Temple for all things health and wellness. It's the ultimate supermarket for foodies or anyone with a cookbook that requires odd ingredients.
My boyfriend required hazelnut oil for a recipe so we popped in for that and ended up with organic goose fat, organic onions and oranges, carrots and rye bread before I thought our shopping basket looked way too virtuous and added in...more
Where do I begin? This place puts the Whole Foods in the US to shame. The food court is just the best. I went to Shabu Shabu and had a noodle dish. It as great.
The store itself covers three levels - the ground and first floor are groceries and the top floor is the food court.
I was amazed that they sold individual eggs.more
This Whole Foods Market is the biggest in the world and it really is food-shop heaven!!
There is such a huge array of healthy, wholesome foods that you are really spoilt for choice. From the cheese room, to the bar area complete with charcuterie and automatic wine tasting dispensers, to the nut butter machines (you can grind your own peanut butter). This place really has it all for food...more
Not sure this is my favourite store, the main reason being that I find them extremely expensive. Yes they have a great selection of good but you can also find these goods at most other health store. Many of which can be found throughout London. I also struggled to find my way around the store. Yes it is good for a pop-in but not sure I would be able to do my regular shopping here.more
Definitely does not compare to the US stores--small, cramped, the fruit section is lacking--yes I know it's the dead of winter in a island country, some of the fruit was over ripe to the point it had dark spots--I would not see that at Whole Foods in the US.
The cut fruit looked fresh, but the pineapple gave me a bit of a stomach ache. It might have been from the acid in the pineapple.