Love Wimbledon Winter Wonderland


Christmas has arrived in Wimbledon and this is definitely highlighted by the Love Wimbledon Winter Wonderland. Wimbledon Broadway is closed and the street is filled with a host of stalls, attraction and entertainment. I loved the food stalls (of course!) there was delicious sourdough bread from Franco Manca who also had hot slices of pizza for sale, LusoBrazil were selling their delicious baked goodies along with their incredibly popular brigadeiro and custard tarts. There was a super cheese stall, an iced biscuit stall, fudge, olives, bruschetta, blueberry liqueur, doughnuts and even a super selection of curry from Khanage.

Make sure you visit Love Wimbledon’s website to find out more about what is happening in our town.


It was incredible to watch the ice sculptures being chiselled and chain sawed.


It doesn’t need to be Christmas for us to buy delicious cheese but it’s an excuse we will take


Delicious pizza-to-go with squash and fresh rocket. Yes it was good!


Love the chilli garlic and olives.


I loved the giant snowglobe!


Brazilian pannettone – what a super gift to give this Christmas from LusoBrazil


I want to make cocktails with this blueberry liqueur!


So fascinating to watch ice being carved.


Brigadieros are the most delicious treat!


Super candy floss!


Doughnuts are so tasty!


A simple classic delicious bruschetta


We have to love such happy penguins!


Franco Manca with their most delicious sourdough bread. An enormous loaf for £7.


It’s a super day when you can get a slice of pizza from Franco Manca and look around the rest of the stalls.


Super delicious curry from Khanage!


Beautiful rice!


What’s a Christmas event without hazelnuts!


Custard tarts – a beautiful treat

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Rob says:

    Looks like a great day out. Will definitely be popping down.

    1. Sew White says:

      It was so much fun!
      Have to love there being so much food

  2. Ren Behan says:

    That looks like an incredible place to go… my kids would love that snow globe! The selection food looks amazing, as do your gorgeous photos!

    1. Sew White says:

      Thank you so much that is so kind of you! The snow globe was cool I think they need to be used more!

  3. Nothing against German markets at all, but I really like the idea of a local, and what looks to be very classy, food-centred market at this time of year. Oh, and I want that blueberry liquer!

    1. Sew White says:

      It was a delicious liqueur! I would love to add some to prosecco.

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