Duke of York Square offers an unrivalled range of international fashion, food and culture – with the iconic Saatchi Gallery at its heart.
No other location in London offers such diversity and choice set in a stunning oasis of elegance and history fusing classic architecture with contemporary design.
At the heart of the Square are 33 exciting fashion and lifestyle retailers anchored by one of Europe’s largest Zara stores alongside other brands such as Banana Republic, All Saints, COS and Joseph. The Square is also a gourmet destination, offering seven restaurants and cafes all with extensive outdoor space and hosting one of London’s best open air fine food farmers’ markets every Saturday.
Located on the Kings Road, a 5 minute stroll from Sloane Square tube station, the former home to the Duke of York’s army barracks offers a perfect traffic-free haven to rest, relax and feel far away from the hustle and bustle.
Part of the Cadogan Estate and still owned by the Cadogan family, Duke of York Square and 93 acres of the surrounding area ooze heritage and pedigree. The neighbourhood also offers must-see cultural destinations including the Victoria & Albert museum (V&A), Cadogan Hall and Royal Court Theatre – as well as some of the capital’s leading restaurants and hotels.
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As far as Saturday markets go, it's hard to find better food than at the Duke of Yorke Square Market! Personal favorites include the duck sandwich from Partridges, the chorizo sandwich (which is only there occasionally), the fudge, and lots more. The place I go at least once a month is the Brazilian steak sandwich shop, where they'll grill up steak and make the biggest, most mouthwatering...more
This is a must do when in London!!! Visit the chic Chelsea, wander through the streets, fantasize about what's happing in the luxurious houses, who are the people living here? But best of all, visit this food market.
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With Kings Road becoming increasingly chain-y, and the development of Duke of York Square itself a bit bland, this market is an absolute highlight. I last came here a few Saturdays ago, actually hoping for some art exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery - the gallery was closed for a private event (how annoying!) and the Saatchi cafe crammed ...
It was a cold and drizzling and generally miserable...more
Now that the weather is warming up I feel cheated if I don't spend my weekends doing something fun. A quick google search of markets in London bought up Duke of York Square Market.
So off I set to discover something new and fun. And boy oh boy was I not disappointed.
I love food, and something I love more than eating the food, is looking and photographing food to sent to my friends to make...more
This is one of my favorite smaller street markets in London. Less a proper farmers' market, and more of a food merchants' market, it is divine. Cheese, sushi, fresh coconut water from a young coconut, duck confit, Brazilian steak, proper pies, vegetables, fish, chocolate, cake, coffee - you name it, it's likely here. I've been stopping by for years and always find something to enjoy.