W5 Food Market - eat me drink me

W5 Food Market

2nd Sunday of every month, 11am - 3pm, March - December
Outside Ealing Town Hall

Artisan food producers and sellers

Handpicked selection of artisan food producers & sellers. The pavement in front of Ealing Town Hall comes alive on the 2nd Sunday of every month. Delicious food & drink stalls line up from 11am to offer a varied alternative to the supermarket and food from around the World. Live music, children's craft activities and a pop up bar make it a perfect pit stop for all ages.

Runner up in The Motherhood's Live. Love. Local awards 2016, in the best farmers market category.


Getting there

Outside Ealing Town Hall
Uxbridge Road,
Ealing, W5 2BY

Tube: Ealing Broadway
Rail: Ealing Broadway
Buses: 207, 427, 607, E2, E7, E8, E11

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W5 Food Market news


Featured sellers

Kaffee Culture

Kaffee Culture's Stephen offers hand-roasted artisan coffee beans sourced from Fairtrade or Rain Forest Alliance suppliers. Each batch of green beans is roasted at various roast levels to decide which one brings out the flavours in the bean. Kaffee Culture also offers a bespoke roasting service, so if you like your Monsooned Malabar dark with some oil showing then this is how it will be roasted for you.

Read more in our featured trader article.



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SushiSTOR owner Silla has been in the sushi industry for over 20 years, as co-founder of Feng Sushi and currently as Food Development Director for Genji, operating inside Whole Foods Market.  She strongly believes in local enterprise and as an Acton resident, welcomes the chance to participate in a successful West London Market. She will be offering salmon and vegetarian sushi boxes and onigiri rice snacks.




Just Another Slice

Just Another Slice

W5 Food Market are excited to welcome brand new start-up Just Another Slice to the street market scene, especially since this mother-and-son team are Ealing residents! They produce delicious sweet treats inspired by cuisine from around the world, but they couldn’t better embody the “shop local” movement.  Just Another Slice offer a variety of sweets, including gluten and sugar-free options, but rumour has it their brownies are to-die-for.





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