Kensington & Chelsea

World’s End Market

Towards the back of the chamber is a fish display so fresh that the lobsters are still squirming and a glass fronted fridge showing off the cuts of meat on offer on the day.

Comptoir Libanais

Falafel, lamb kibbeh, hommos and baklawa – they are what they are and if you’re in the mood for any of them you’ll be set right at Comptoir Libanais.


Interweaving strips of garnet-hued venison and rainbow beetroot – this is tangy, gamey and glorious food, a real treat to look at that also happens to taste sublime.


Cocomaya is the sweet-shop collaboration between a trio of fashions biggest names including the former head of concept at Liberty and Agent Provocateur co-founder Serena Rees.

Toms Kitchen

Toms Kitchen is the informal counterpart to Tom Aikens eponymous Michelin starred restaurant, positioned between both South Kensington and Sloane Square.


The words ‘Without Soy Sauce – but if you want to’ are emblazoned in neon on the restaurant wall, and underline the twist to Yashin sushi bar in Kensington.