Prosperous South Kensington is perhaps best known for its cultural landmarks. Among the finest in world, South Ken is home to the Natural History Museum, the V&A, the Royal College of Music, the Royal College of Art and the Science Museum.
Perhaps not so widely known is that every Saturday, South Kensington hosts its very own farmers market, especially pedestrianized for the occasion, bringing together locals and tourists alike, in their common quest for the very best in wholesome, quality and artisan foods.
Although small, Bute Street farmers market has it all – homemade sausages and rare breeds meats from the Parson’s Nose, fresh poultry, farm fresh fruit and vegetables, herbs, handmade artisan breads, lots of British cheeses from artisan cheese makers such as the Bath Soft Cheese Company, quality street food, homemade cakes, pies and quiches, soups and pates and very fresh flowers that actually last more than a couple of days.
Long known for its independent food shops, Bute Street is also home to an authentic French Deli, the excellent Bute Street fishmongers as well as a bustling the corner pub and lots of cafes and restaurants with outside seating, all full of weekenders & their dogs enjoying good food and the easy, friendly atmosphere.
A small bustling little street full of character, Bute Street market has palpable village atmosphere. Bute Street is literally minutes from South Kensington underground station.
Each Saturday, from 9.00 AM to 2.00 PM, Bute Street is pedestrianized for the weekly farmer’s market and welcomes crowds of foodie locals and visitors alike.
Bute Street Farmers Market- Perfect for a sunny Saturday
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