Pimlico Farmers' Market takes place in an area known locally as Orange or Mozart Square. You won't find this address in any A-Z; its just one of those special London places. Its one of the most leafy and pleasant of all London's market locations and within walking distance of fashionable Sloane Square.
Many interesting stalls attend the Pimlico Farmers' Market include David Jennings' fresh seafood from the East Anglian coast, Saffery Farm's great mixture of conventional and organic vegetables and delicious fresh fruit from Chegworth Valley. Dont miss Richard Haward's Essex oysters in season.
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Love this market! This has become part of my Saturday ritual and I typically stock up on great produce to get me through the work week. What I love about this market is it has everything I need, but isn't too big, crowded, and overwhelming. Coming from California, I was overjoyed to find high quality fresh kale at such great prices. In addition to great produce, there are a few fish and meat...more
Isnt the point of farmers markets to sell and support locally produced, independent and sustainable produce? After talking to some of the 10 or so stallholders drinking starbucks tea and coffee (when there are several independent cafes a matter of yards away, one of which is organic) i was surprised to be told they did so because 'it was cheaper' or 'they got a discount' especially from the...more
Love this Farmer's Market. We have been twice now, and the produce is excellent here. I disagree with the comment made by another reviewer that the food here is overpriced. In fact, we got two large punnets of beautiful British strawberries for £4. That's less than at our local grocery store, and they are much tastier than anything you can find at Sainsbury's (or even, gasp, your Waitrose)....more
I love these little markets, they're such a great idea for the area. The prices are in the stratosphere on most things, but you can find some good buys here and there. Very laid back atmosphere, though you can get jostled around when it's packed. Enjoy!more
It's nice to wander here on a weekend to get some fancy food in for the weekend and then get brunch.
The food is all overpriced, mainly because the produce is organic or 'artisan', and many of the suppliers are also based at Borough Market. But it was en route to Sloane Square and we fancied spoiling ourselves!
The market is small enough to wander around in a few minutes and get everything...more