World shops: The Whole Foods Market
In Deulonder we like to discover stores related to the world of cooking where you can find rare and selected products. This is the case of the Whole Foods Market, a British franchise specializing in international flavors.
The interior designers of Deulonder also carry out projects in the British capital. Chone de la Sotilla is currently working on a kitchen project, service kitchen and ironing in the Chelsea neighborhood. A large city like London always offers a wide variety of interesting and surprising stores, such as the Whole Foods Market, which is a kind of a megastore dedicated entirely to food, international products but also of natural, healthy and ecological proximity. Whole Foods Market is located in different neighborhoods of London, like this huge Kensington, one of the most “chic” areas of the British capital, near the Kensington Gardens, where Lady Diana lived. In this two-storey mega warehouse, the most refined products of all the world’s gastronomy are sold, as well as the peculiar items of each kitchen. In addition, it also prepares take-out food of the best quality, without forgetting the different varieties of breads, cakes, etc, that ruin the topic that one does not eat well in England.
One of the most spectacular sections is dedicated to toast.
There is also a part destined to bulk products, with a varied offer of species as well as vegetables, coffees and teas. Among the teas there are as rare as the Hojicha, Japanese green smoked tea, an Organic Pu’er Tea, or an aromatic Lapsang Suchon. Total madness!
We already know that the British are specialists in preserves. In this section, very well presented and with a wide range of products, you can not miss, of course, all kinds of jams and sauces.
In total there are up to fifteen apartments in these department stores that we recommend in Deulonder, some dedicated to beers, wine, animal food, nutritional supplements and also flowers and plants.
You will find this Whole Food Market at 63-97 Kensington High Street. The Barkers Building. London W8 5SE. It is worth having a good time to “visit” the entire store, an ideal place to find a London gastronomic souvenir that does not close on Sundays. In this sense, do not miss visiting the area dedicated to chocolates on the ground floor. Surely they find one to your liking.
Whole Food Market is also in Camden, Fulham, Richmond, Piccadilly Circus, Clapham Junction and Stoke Newington. In addition, the Whole Food Market was established in Canada and the United States.
In their website http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/kensington you can find recipes and tips, apart from a blog, yes, in English.