London's first bespoke market is set in a charming cobbled stoned courtyard in Marylebone. If you are looking for a real designer find then this is the market for you.
Come early and you may find a once-worn Mulberry handbag or pair of Jimmy Choo's. Cabbages & Frocks is the place not only for fashion but also for specialist food items. You will find Marylebone macaroons with many unusual flavoured macaroons.
The fashion side of the market supports new designers like tailored tweed and wool jackets by Gabriela Rose. Regular stalls include organic skincare from Ruby Red and individual jewellery from Ana Verdun.
A hip market for foodies and fashionistas.
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This review is a few months late. So it may not be super up yo date accurate.
This market was far too small to be interesting and was very sparsely attended as well.
But there was a saviour - there always is with markets - there was a lady selling home.made mini macaroons. We literally thought £10 worth of them, walked over to a bench, ate it, walked back to her ans bought some more.more
Although you may be less familiar with the name of this market, it has recently been hailed by Time Out and the Evening Standard as one of the top ten best markets in the city and I completely agree. It is like an alternative Portobello, although much, much smaller.
I loved the stall selling hairpieces, and of course the vintage clothing stalls, but the main reason I like to come here is for...more
A horrible market, filled with horrible people, selling horrible things, at horrible priced!
The food served is served in tiny portions, not fit for a mouse! And its not that good.
The clothing/jewlery varies from good to bad, but they all have on thing in common- How expensive they are. I know that this is Marylebone, a posh area of london, but prices are expensive even for here.
Every Saturday year round between 11am-5pm this superbly classy place is full of exclusive artistic and rare treasure goods. From vintage like Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana to new upcoming brands within fashion, accessories, jewellery, food, cheese,candy..........and more can be found. Its like a little merry go round with tents put up to sell the goods. And during the end of the year especially...more
Cabbages and Frocks is a brilliant market which meets on Saturday mornings at the north end of Marylebone high street. The branding and concept should be really appealing to anybody who shares a love of good food and shopping.
The food sellers offer great delights much similar to the quality and diversity wares available in borough market and food can be brought to eat straight way or to...more