The first Black Truffle store opened in Broadway Market in London's East End in 2003. The store features design-led shoes, bags, gifts, jewellery and homeware for men, women and children, and products are sourced from far and wide. Building upon its success in East London, owner Melissa Needham took its quirky concept to London's West End in partnership with David Capon. The second Black Truffle opened on Warren Street in 2006 and is fast rivalling its sister store as a one-stop destination for design aficionados.
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Venue Details & Map
4 Broadway MarketDalstonLondonE8 4QJ
- +44 (0)20 7923 9450
- Public transport:
- London Fields, National Railway
I must be a good girl because God just delivered me a shoe shop! Shoes, handbags, gloves, broaches; they have everything you need to complete an outfit. They also sell Irregular Choice shoes and Viviene Westwood Melissa's. If you are wondering what I am talking about this might not be the shop for you.
I'm suprised at the other reviews of this place. I think it's just charming and super...more
Yeah, one for the ladies this, and that's not to say that I didn't enjoy my time in there thoroughly. It's a very good example of a very good boutique, and obvs there's a lot of baggage with that. A lot of baggage in there though, pretty priced too, which is probably my main problem with this.
Now, I int got a 'shoe thing' so I wouldn't know what I'm looking for. But even I can tell that...more
Black Truffle opened its first store in 2003 on Broadway Market, and has been providing East Londoners with sophisticated shoes ever since.
The shop itself is beautifully set up, and stocks a range of brands from emerging designers through to well know designers. As well as shoes, Black Truffle also stocks bags, jewellery, gifts and homeware.
It is not my kind of store, but I did have a...more
One of the boutiques to have sprung up on the Broadway Market - this tiny shop has mostly been shoes - but has now branched out in bags, umbrellas and raincoats.
All the pieces feel similar - abit "granny"/ quirky and new "vintage" - with lace up stripy shoes with cone heels in turquoise and brown for £120.00 -and printed water proof raincoats at £120.00.
Riding boots with full elastic...more
I've always been a bit disappointed with Black Truffle. It looks like it could be so good, but whenever I walk in there's never anything I like. Which I suppose is a good thing, considering they're a little above my price range, a pair of shoes would set you back about £200.
It's success in the East End has led the owner, Melissa Needham, to open another store in Warren Street. So she...more