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Duke of York Square

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Steevie
Steevie
October 10, 2018
Watching Wimbledon on a sunny day in Duke of York Square is a great way to pass the day! There is also a market every Saturday selling upmarket, handmade products and food
Steevie
Steevie
October 5, 2018
Watching Wimbledon on a sunny day in Duke of York Square is a great way to pass the day! There is also a market every Saturday selling upmarket, handmade products and food.
Kirsten
Kirsten
March 20, 2017
Saturday morning food market. Perfect for picking up some fresh produce for dinner or strolling around with a glass of champagne and some chocolate coated strawberries
Mohamed
Mohamed
February 23, 2017
Duke of York Saturday market is worth visiting
Alex
Alex
December 8, 2016
A MUST GO ON SATURDAY BETWEN 12-4PM. It has the best food. Its the Chelsea Farmers market and there is everything - champagne, wine, oysters, hot food stands, dessert stads with pastries and amazing sweets. Just such good fun on a sunny day. Be sure to get cash out as they do not take card on any of…

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80 Duke of York Square
England, SW3 4LY
Téléphone+44 20 7823 5577
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