Partridges Food Market
Our Fine Food Market returns every Saturday from 10am-4pm and social distancing measures will be in place to protect you and our traders.
Due to the current circumstances, the number of weekly traders have been reduced and the number of visitors will be controlled.
From Saturday 18 July, our Fine Food Market, will be held on the running track opposite the Saatchi Gallery to ensure social distancing.
The Partridges Food Market on the Duke of York Square was started on Saturday 29th October 2005. The aim was to celebrate the diverse and evolving world of fine, local, British and International foods and offer small producers, startup businesses and farmers the chance to share their passion and expertise with the public.
Starting off with 15 stalls, our market community now comprises of on average 70 diverse stalls every Saturday. The idea of the Market was developed with the kind support of the landlords, the Cadogan Estate.
Due to the market’s popularity, we are currently oversubscribed. If you would like to apply for a stall at the market, please fill in the Partridges Food Market Application Form and preferably return to us via email at: email@example.com.
Current stallholders include:
Bakery: Speciality breads, cakes, patisserie and cookies.
Bogar Poffertjes: Mini Dutch pancakes.
Coffees and Teas.
Broma: Organic cacao chocolate sauces.
Condiments and Spreads.
Bee Happier: A selection of raw honeys from Spain.
Cookies and Cream: A selection of English fudge.
Bath Soft Cheese: Organic cheeses from Park Farm in Kelston.
Maldon Oyster Company: Pacific oysters and shellfish from River Blackwater Fishery, England.
Fruits and Vegetables
Riverdale Organic Farm: Organic vegetables.
International and Local Speciality Dishes
Aki Maki Handmade Sushi: Japanese sushi freshly prepared at the stall.
International and Local Speciality Products
La Tua Pasta: A variety of handmade Italian pasta.
Meat and Animal Derived Farm Products
Woodwards Farm: British Farm Assured products from Woodwards Farm, Cambridgeshire.