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The shop is over 2 floors and has an amazing array of different food and drink items, as well as toiletries etc. Not everything is expensive. Lots of free tasting around the shop. 2nd floor full of cafes and places to eat.
I travel to all these WFM based in the UK or US and what I learned about all of them: they are very expensive wherever you travel and they have items very well displayed as if they are your 'friend' and they want to invite...More
Popped into whole foods for the hot buffet as it is usually full of interesting dishes. We picked a few things out and it was all cold or lukewarm at best. At £8.64 for 400g you expect better.
Will give it a miss next time
This is definitely the best place to grab a quick bite for lunch - especially if you're meeting friends as you can all have something different. I had the huge stir fry bowl and the next day a burrito. Both times the portions were huge...More
It’s been a couple of years since I last ate in the food court here. Not sure what has happened. The service in the restaurant is now really substandard, slow service at the counter, not sure though why there would be two people serving at...More
High end grocery store with a lot of options for food and drinks. A bit off to buy beers separately, but a lot of choices for beer and wine. Everything you need for a high end grocery store and take away for quick pastries and...More
Always had problems eat more or less healthy in London, when traveling there for work. My favorite food market. Soups, salads, hot dishes. Healthy and fresh. Now always choose stay close to this shop. If you don’t plan visit restaurants, this is simple and cheap...More
Went to the Japanese outlet in the food court only because all the other food offers looked terrible. This one was just as bad. Waitress took our order then returned to say we could not have anything grilled. She must have known that. The salmon...More
I've probably eaten 100s of pizzas in my life, ranging from trash pizza to wood-fired oven pizza in Naples, and the pizza at the Whole Foods Market on Kensington High Street was the worst I have ever tasted. Some parts of the crust were mushy...More
With its ivied mews, row upon row of Poppins-esque white washed mansions, and placid garden squares, it's easy to see the charms of South Kensington. And with superb access to Hyde Park, Holland Park and Kensington Gardens, as well as the largely child-friendly and mostly free Museum Quarter (not to mention more major attractions like Royal Albert Hall) such charms are easy to make the most of. As welcoming
and cosmopolitan as it is reserved and residential, South Kensington is always a hit with visitors.
Response from judelondon2014 | Reviewed this property |
The gentleman from Switzerland is right though on second thoughts. The excellent and very large branch on Kensington High Street near Kensington High Street tube station (turn right at exit) is nearer on the Circle or... More
The gentleman from Switzerland is right though on second thoughts. The excellent and very large branch on Kensington High Street near Kensington High Street tube station (turn right at exit) is nearer on the Circle or District lines from South Kensington tube (V& A). Apologies.