Wimbledon Village Farmers Market is on each Sunday from 10am – 2pm in the heart of the Village. Including vegetables, meat, fish, jams, cakes and bread.
There is brand new foodie wonderland popping up in Wimbledon Village each Sunday. The incredible food and drinks available will get your mouth watering. There is stalls for every taste including gorgeous artisan loaves of bread, fresh fruit and vegetables, jams and pickles, pies, meat, fish, cheese, olives and even vegan cakes.
The jams from Peckham Preserves were incredible. The raspberry and lime was a firm favourite of mine. There was also a delicious pear and red peppercorn chutney which would be fantastic with bread and cheese.
Spanish Gastro Larder bought a range of their olive oils to try before you buy. There were some gorgeous flavours and the presentation bottles were beautiful too. They would make a wonderful present for foodie fans.
As well as a range of fresh fruit and veg at the Wimbledon Village Farmers’ Market there is a few stalls selling ready to eat pies and tarts. Including these gorgeous tarts from Popina. Their range of tarts were incredible and also most photogenic. Including red pepper and goats cheese, asparagus and cauliflower and a beautiful tomato quiche.
Fresh fruit and vegetables at Wimbledon Village Farmers’ Market
For fresh fruit and vegetables there is the most inviting stall from Chegworth Valley. Seasonal produce including fruit and vegetables much larger and with far more flavour than you’ll find at the supermarket. The asparagus was enormous and had a gorgeous flavour in the risotto I made with them. They also had a range of freshly pressed fruit juices which were incredible. The apple and blackberry juice was my favourite.
The London Smoked Salmon Company bought their delicious salmon. The little tasters at the market really make you end up buying what you taste. There were also organic and hand made local sausages and meat cuts from Pick’s Organic Farm. Their lamb sausages were delicious in a spring stew.
The Wimbledon Village Farmers’ Market was also the first time that the new G like Gelato ice cream bicycle made it’s appearance. Freshly made Italian gelato on the go. (Seriously you have to try it if you haven’t).
From the Artisan Foods company there were beautiful bakes including this cherry and almond tart. Available to buy a slice or whole thing.
Possibly one of my favourite stalls was home to the Isle of Wight Tomatoes Company – The Tomato Stall. A whole stall of different tomatoes varieties. I came away with near 3kgs of tomatoes! Some giant ones, cherry ones and some interesting different varieties including some gorgeous coloured ones.
Similar Taste – Fala Portuguese bought a range of iconic pastries including the delicious custard tarts.
Artisan Foods also had a range of big crumble bakes which they served by the slice. The cherry one was my favourite. Plus the slices were huge!
A great olive seller with many varieties including some which red chillies in which really packed a punch!
The Celtic Bakers had a fantastic range of breads including a gorgeous focaccia loaf, sourdough, rye bread, wholemeal loaves. Beautiful beautiful bread!
At the market there was also a vegan baker producing gorgeous cakes like this. Plus fresh from the Kent farm is the pastries and pies from Marsh Produce. This little cheese pie was very good indeed.
Tomato focaccia from Artisan Foods. Looking so golden brown and calling to be eaten.
More of my purchases from the Isle of Wight tomato company. I will be posting my new tomato recipes soon so stay tuned.
I had to show off the giant tomato! This fed 4 of us as part of a big peach and tomato salad. Recipe to come..
Wimbledon Village Farmers Market every Sunday 10am-2pm Wimbledon Village surgery car park, 35A High Street Wimbledon SW19 5BY
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9 thoughts on “Wimbledon Village Farmers’ Market”
Looks like some really great quality food producers and makers sellig at this new farmers market, I’ll let me sister know as she lives nearby and visits the Village regularly!
I’m sure if she’ll love it. It’s worth a visit!
I am a die hard fan of our local farmers markets and yes I ALWAYS buy way too many tomatoes too 🙂
I’m so glad I’m not the only one!
What wonderful looking produce, I particularly like the tomatoes. We don’t get anything like that round here.
We haven’t had anything like this locally for a while. I’m so glad it’s been finally opened.
Did this close? We went last Sunday and there was nothing there. The website doesn’t say anything about it being seasonal – maybe it’s just closed for the winter?
They were closed over Christmas and new year but should be back in the new year I think.