Duke of York Square

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The Saatchi Gallery at Duke of York Square

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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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Kings Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London, SW3 4LU

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Duke of York Square

Address
Kings Road
Kensington and Chelsea
London
SW3 4LU
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7730 4567
Email:
Website:
http://www.dukeofyorksquare.co.uk
Public transport:
Sloane Square

Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Duke of York Square

5.0 out of 5 10 April 2014
by Bec K.

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

4.0 out of 5 15 September 2013
by Laura Kate S.

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.

Though...more

5.0 out of 5 5 September 2012
by Karen C.

I LOVE THIS MARKET!!! Going to the the duke of york square market is by far my all-time-favorite Sat activity. I mean... 5 pounds per half dozen of fresh-off-the-sea oysters and awesome selection of cheese and burger and chorizo sandwich and cheese (yes I said cheese twice because I can). I can spend all afternoon there and I think i've worked out a little strategy to get the most out of it....more

5.0 out of 5 9 May 2010
by Peter K.

What a great market! It's like a mini Borough Market without having to make the trek all the way to Southwark for those of you who live in west London.

During one Saturday, we came here while most of the vendors had already packed up, but one was still around trying to sell off his chocolate. He was giving our large chunks of chocolate as samples and let us try basically all the flavors he...more

4.0 out of 5 23 November 2008
by Melania P.

On Saturday I stumbled across the Duke of York Square Market and left with a few items and plans to return. The Duke of York Square Market is defiantly on the posh side with goods being sold from coffee to oysters and everything in between. There was a fishmonger selling fish and for those who don't cook there were several stalls selling already made dishes. My favourite was the West Indian...more