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
I used to be a big big fan of Whole Foods. It was always a special treat to come here, and get things I couldn't get elsewhere (albeit at extortionate prices) and leave smugly, my arms weighed down by paper bags.
I don't know what's happened, but the charm has worn off for me. I still love putting my trolley in the thingamabob that gets it downstairs for me. I still like wandering the aisle...more
I don't even know where to begin. This store is something! They have everything and I do mean everything. This store is every foodies dream.
The store is very organized and extremely clean and its 3 floors. Yes, you read that correctly 3 floors.
Okay upon entry you're greeted with sweet smells of baked goods. Pastries, breads, cookies, the smell was intoxicating. I mean my eyes were falling...more
When I worked in Kensington many years ago, this building was a department store. Much as I liked the department store, having visited Whole Foods a few times on visits back to the area, I really wish this place had existed then. I absolutely adore this place and spend hours wandering around.
Yes, it is a little pretentious and expensive, but I still love it. It focuses on organic and...more
Forget Valentines, Wholefoods is my new crush... Just moving to work in the area I get how this place is so addictive. I go most lunchtimes as there is usually a few tatsy things to trial.
They also do great events - I went to the recent wine and chocolate pairing = yum, yum!
People really get confused and think this is an expensive store, and in some ways it is however it's expensive...more
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