The London food scene is ever-changing and the growing popularity of upscale food halls is part of that. If you fancy eating out, but want a much broader choice than a single restaurant will allow for - these may be just what you need. We round up some of London's best.
Mayfair's first food hall is, as you might imagine, a glamorous affair. Set in a Grade I listed church it has everything from a crypt wine bar to pizzeria, roof terrace and grocery store. We went to check it out.
The latest Market Hall has landed just off Oxford Street. It's their largest food court yet - we went down for a first look.
Up to 25 food traders will feature in a new communal dining space, The Borough Market Kitchen, that opens in Jubilee Place in mid-November.
Updated 9/9/19 with the final line-up
Over the years, KERB, after starting at King's Cross, have gone on to conquer all parts of London with their lunchtime street food markets (and some great evening events). And now they've finally decided to go indoors for their next venture, a covered market at Seven Dials.
They're taking over the 19th century Thomas Neal’s Warehouse in Seven
As the launch of Seven Dials Market gets closer, we're hearing more about who exactly will be settling into London's next big food hall.
First up is Monty's Deli. They've recently closed their Hoxton restaurant, so this will be their third site (they're also at Spitalfields and Market Hall Victoria). So if you're in Covent Garden and have a craving for a proper reuben salt beef
This food hall at the junction of Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road has an extremely impressive collection of restaurants taking part. But how does it all work and what's on offer? We head along to find out.
The next big London food hall is on the horizon, and two new openings there have just been announced.
First up is Strozzapretti from the original people behind Franco Manca (note - not actually Franco Manca itself). Franco Manca was best known for their pizzas, of course, but Strozzapretti is all about pasta. We really do seem to be getting closer and closer to peak
Plus Flat Iron, Casa do Frango and Chotto Matte. Some of London's best restaurants are getting together at the end of Oxford Street.
The next people to get into the food hall business are The YBF's. They're teaming up with Rhubarb for this huge new food and drink area inside the big 22 Bishopsgate development.
With 12 traders, four bars and space for 800 diners, this new food hall on Oxford Street is the UK's largest.
Time Out have been planning a food market in London for some time. Now they've finally settled on Waterloo with a huge area of food and drink planned.
The second Market Hall brings a host of top-notch food purveyors to Victoria in one handy place. But how does the whole thing work? Let us tell you...
Fulham folk who can't face the trek across town to such gems as Farang, Yard Sale and more now have all these traders and more on their doorstep.
The first of a series of next-level market halls for London kicks off in Fulham, transforming the tube station's old Edwardian ticket hall with a series of kitchens, shops and eating and drinking spaces
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