Our Favourite New Food Halls

Discover our favourite food halls courting your attention.

W12 Studios

This food hall and live music venue can be found at the White City Place development. W12 Studios boasts an ever-changing rotation of kitchens (changing every month) and a bar area, with an array of street food favourites, in addition to a range of craft breweries, wine sellers and distilleries. Three street food brands have already been confirmed to take part, with Cue Point, The Piadana Project and Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen. Take a seat on large communal tables (there's space for 450 people) and a jam-packed schedule of emerging artists, live acoustic sessions and resident DJs.

Market Hall Victoria

A sibling to the original Market Hall site in Fulham, this iteration has enough space for up to 400 diners, and features 12 different kitchens to choose from. The launch line-up includes Gopal's Corner from the Roti King team, serving up rotis, dosas and curries, while Koya Ko (from the Koya gang) turn out freshly-made udon and dashi. Other traders include Super Tacos from the Breddos team and Reuben sandwiches from Monty’s Deli. The Market Hall team have restored the space (used to house Pascha nightclub) to its former glory, revealing the previously-hidden period features of the Edwardian arcade. A 100 person drinking roof terrace will also launch in Spring 2019.

The Prince by Pergola

Taking the former Prince of Wales pub and four diguised connecting buildings on West Brompton Crossing, the team behind Pergola On The Roof and Pergola Paddington Central have created a truly unique collection of spaces encompassing two bars, four individual restaurants, and a huge secret garden - all connected to each other via one walkway. Found only through a small door at the back of each restaurant and the pub, this whimsical woodland space begins with a top deck that leads down into the enchanting garden with an outside bar and hidden tables and private cabins. In the winter months, the garden is fully covered and heated with a removable roof in the summer to make the most of the sunshine. Converting each of the buildings into four individual restaurants, The Prince hosts favourites from Patty & Bun to crispy fried chicken experts Coqfighter and Asian inspired Foley’s.

The Fresh Market Hall

A vibrant, bustling showcase of the very best in fresh produce - the latest development in The Taste Revolution – a three-year transformation of the historic Harrods Food Halls. At the centre of it all is the Deli, where the 150-strong team of in-house Harrods chefs prepare everything from British classics like steak and kidney pie and scotch eggs and Middle Eastern mezze. There’s fresh pasta from Pasta Evangelists, Indian classics by Vineet Bhatia, sushi by Chaisan and Caviar House’s Balik salmon. Plus, there’s a selection of ready-meals, all prepared in-house and oven-ready. There's also a Vegetable Butchery, with a selection of pre-prepared vegetable dishes; the cheese shop will bespoke a truffle cheese for you; the butchers will whip you up a Beef Wellington and the fishmongers the ultimate home-made fish fingers. Pictured. 

Mercato Mayfair

Mercato Metropolitano - the sustainable community food market with an Italian soul - is to expand in to North Mayfair, London, with the opening of its second site in the newly restored, Grade I listed St Mark’s. The launch of Mercato Mayfair (their other site is in Elephant & Castle) sees St Mark’s reopen to the public after decades of private usage. The market promotes a healthy and sustainable approach to food by focussing on artisans and local producers and by raising awareness of sustainability through its onsite urban farm, cookery lessons, cultural programs of films, exhibitions and events. Expect diverse retail and dining experiences across four floors which encompasses various international cuisines counters, a restaurant, a deli, cheese and wine stores, a coffee and gelato bar, patisserie, cocktail bar, a brewery, flower shop and a rooftop terrace and outdoor bar. Slated to open, this spring. 

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