Queens Park Market

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4 out of 5 Based on 8 reviews

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Queens Park Market

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Salusbury Primary School
Kilburn
London
NW6 6RG

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4 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Queens Park Market

5.0 out of 5 11 November 2013
by Bec K.

I can't believe I haven't been here sooner. Such a great local farmers markets, with loads of stalls selling good quality produce.

I picked up a ton of apples, and kale for such great prices. I went a little late, and a lot of the food was sold, so if you want to get your weeks worth of fruit, vege and meats, you might want to get there a little earlier. I got there at around 12:30 and a few...more

5.0 out of 5 13 September 2013
by Charlyne L.

Great market with great choices of vegetaes, meats, breads, pies and prepared meals.

The price are really good as most of the vegetables are the same price or cheaper than Sainsbury's. As you would expect, the prices rise with prepared food.

Lots of food to eat on site.

Great spirit on a great street.more

4.0 out of 5 2 August 2013
by TimOwens

Most of the goods are sold with customer satisfaction in mind and high quality. All the people are really nice and I think I can get used to shopping from here. It's a little off my way but it's worth the drive.more

4.0 out of 5 6 January 2013
by Jonathan E.

A very nice farmer's market, Sundays only. It's well worth a visit if getting to Queens Park stations isn't too much of a hike.

There were at least 40 vendors including:

- 3 or 4 booths selling cheeses

- 4 or so purveyors of meats

- 2 or 3 seafood sellers

- many selling veggies, cakes, pastries, ciders, eggs and other raw materials.

And if you just want to show up and eat, there were 5-6...more

5.0 out of 5 19 June 2011
by Ashley V.

Ah farmers markets. I used to live right next to one and it was just so nice to have fresh fruit and veggies and pre-made goodies and flowers and meat and seafood and pastries and bread and ice cream and coffee right on your doorstep.

This one was just as good. I think california has different regulations or something because there were lots more meat and seafood stalls. There were at least...more