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 (0)20 7368 4500
- Public transport:
- Kensington High Street, Underground
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Certainly one of my favorite places in the world. Everything organic, British, creative, and fun.
Emily Rose Reedermore
This is the most epic Whole Foods I have ever been to and I have visited two of the largest the United States has to offer. What I enjoy most at this location is the wine bar hands down! The other is their variety of selections with cheese, meat, seafood and produce. They hold tasting events often and have great deals weekly. A huge plus for city dwellers is they face that they deliver for...more
I really like the way goods are organized on the shelves in this supermarket. You can easily find everything even if you haven't been there before. That's what happened to me the first time I went and since then this is my favorite place to shop because I don't waste time looking around for the yoghurt or chocolate or coffee I need.more
Is Whole Foods Market Kensington the best grocery store in the world? In my opinion, it's a no on that one but it is certainly impressive.
A review from a vegan (that's me!) is always going to be framed around how many cruelty-free products line the shelves and WFM do a pretty outstanding job on that front. Faux meat, dairy free cheese, frozen meals, energy bars, ice cream, popcorn and so...more
Whole Foods makes me super happy. This one particularly. I have been to many in the US (west and east coasts) and the High Street Kensington one is by far my favorite.
It is massive and looks like a department store. It is on three levels: two for groceries (ground and basement) and one to sit down and eat (upstairs). The upstairs level looks a bit like an American food court - but a healthy,...more