A cross between a farmers' market, contemporary food hall and gourmet take-away, Food Inc takes a novel approach to good food. Their philosophy is to offer 'a restaurant approach to food shopping' so it becomes an enjoyable experience rather than a weekly chore. Along the virtual high street, shoppers are greeted with an exquisite selection of stalls including a grocer, wine merchant, delicatessen, cheese monger and bakery. There's plenty of special produce on offer including handmade sourdough loaves, cottage industry preserves and carefully matured organic cheeses. Restaurant quality dishes are also prepared by a team of chefs in Food Inc's onsite kitchen so foodies can take home some of the delights they usually savour in London's restaurants.
Food Inc reviews
I used to enjoy Food Inc, especially the falafel wraps. However, today I was served the same wrap I have almost every day, only with half the ingredients missing without any explanation or apology. I'll be going back to M&S in future - at least they're consistent!
by kittyohara, 15 Apr 2009
I can't get excited about Food Inc. I don't think the concept has been thought out very well. The quality is not great, except the ice cream, which is exceptional.
by romyj (3 reviews
), 26 Feb 2009
Lost in space! Confusing concept, poor quality of produce and very expensive for the location! Not a place to return, sorry.
by londongourmet (4 reviews
), 25 Dec 2008
Cafe staff, including the manager, seem a bit lost.
by johnny2u, 31 Oct 2008
Great concept and very fresh produce. Fish counter really has the freshest fish (unlike many other places in London). And the cheese counter is a work of art. I want one!
by thomaslord (2 reviews
), 19 Sep 2008
by chelsea girl (11 reviews
), 16 Sep 2008
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