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A 5 Star Market Experience at The Slow Food & Living Market at Rosewood London

There’s no need to beat around the bush on this matter. The Slow Food & Living Market at the Rosewood London is an absolute stunner. It is actually one of the most prettiest market I have ever visited.

I Love Markets at Rosewood London Slow Food and Living Market

I had been looking forward to visiting the Slow Food & Living Market for what feels like a long time, so i was delighted to be not just visiting the market, but also experiencing brunch at the Hotel’s Mirror Room.
The Rosewood Hotel is a 5 star affair. It’s opulent and sassy, so it’s only fitting that the market follows in it’s gourmet footsteps. The beautiful Georgian Hotel in Holborn is beautifully English and a real London gem.
Prettiest Market Rosewood London Slow Food and Living Market

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The courtyard in which the market is set is so charming. The oak framed stalls, hessian and wooden crates all add to the earthy organics. The market stands proud and bold in this postcard perfect location. There is nothing apologetic about this market, it’s identity is strong. Like the visitors, the traders seemed delighted to be there. You were spoiled by endearing smiles and conversation in true market spirit.
5 Star fruit and veg stall at the Rosewood Slow Food and Living Market

Welcoming Traders at the Slow Food and Living Market at Rosewood London

I bought some fabulous face cream from 34.4 Skincare. All of their creams contain beeswax from a community apiary in Hampstead Heath, London. They donate 3.44% of their profits to the Natural Bee Keeping Trust. Director, Elka de Wit below, said the market was perfect for her product.
34.5 face cream stall Rosewood London
The charm of the market is clearly contagious. As one trader put it,
“It’s the best market I’ve traded at. The organisers are impeccable and we were welcomed with a nice cup of coffee this morning.”
Like the hotel, the market also offers traders and visitors a touch of luxury and indulgence.
Below, Predro Etchegaray from The Wine Scouts with his discerning collection of natural wines produced by small independent producers.
Rosewod Slow Food and Living Market Italian Wine Stall
The conscience behind the Slow Food & Living Market is a worthy one. All goods and products sold are sustainable. The produce at the market is selected to be regional, fresh, in-season produce which has been thoughtfully harvested, using responsible growing practices taking into consideration people and planet. The fish is responsibly caught, the meat is pasture-raised and the eggs and dairy are free of GMOs, hormones and antibiotics. Slow Food is all about enjoying and celebrating the pleasure of food with a commitment to the environment and community
Olivier's Bakery Slow Food and Living Market

Olivier’s Bakery, at the Slow Food and Living Market, serving artisan bread and pastries

Waffle Design at the Slow Food & Living Makret Rosewood London

Luxurious interior furnishings from Waffle Design at the Slow Food & Living Market, Rosewood London

Holding a market at a hotel  both a novel idea and excellent idea, Given that they have a host of guests hungry to explore London and it’s culture, hosting a market within the hotel is a brilliant idea. As I Love Markets declares “Discover the heart of London, discover London’s Markets.”
Love Bombs Chocolate Stall Rosewood Slow Food and Living Market

Artisan Love Bombs at the Slow Food & Living Market @Rosewood Hotel in London

This market compliments the hotel perfectly. Better still the hotel have used the market as a way of showcasing the food and produce that can be pleasured at their Sunday brunch offering. All of the food and drink featured at the market can be tasted and experienced first hand over an indulgent 2 or 3 hour sitting in the hotel’s opulent Mirror Rooms.
I Love Markets Katie Ingham brunch at Rosewood London

Katie Ingham from I Love Markets enjoying her first course at Sunday brunch, Mirror Rooms @Rosewood Hotel in London

Brunch at the Mirror Rooms feels like Christmas. In fact unless your accustomed to a 5 * lifestyle, it’s probably better. You are presented with a district of food porn alerts. The cured meats in the photo above where full off juice and flavour from Gastronomica –  the board included a selection of beef, pork and wild boar. The sparling wine was Nytimber Classic Curve, a delicate and bubbly toast that slipped down with ease. 
Art and food at brunch Rosewood Hotel Londonn

Art and Food, Sunday brunch Rosewood Hotel London

Temptations you cannot deny!
Cured meat display rosewood sunday brunch
Once you have worked the room and have sampled a little (or in my case a lot) of everything, you can move on to your main dish. There was a choice of seabass, salmon or duck, served with seasonal vegetables.  I went for the canard below.

Duck with seasonal vegetables at brunch, Rosewood London

 It doesn’t end here! Endless delectable desert choices.
Desert at Rose wood London Sunday Brunch i Love Markets

Say Yes to desert! Brunch at Rosewood London

The way food is styled and presented at Rosewood London is delicatessen-chic . It’s stunning at every turn. Taking photographs was an absolute treat.
Bread and Flowers at the Sunday Brunch Rosewood Hotel London i love markets

Bread and Flowers at Sunday Brunch Rosewood London

Mirror Rooms brunch at Rosewood London is a special experience. After absorbing the scenery, appreciating slow food philosophy, wine and impeccable service, i was feeling royally lightheaded. Rather than leave, i really wish we were checking in. Maybe next time, but before i got out my oyster card and not a room key, just one more go on the chocolate fondue!
Katie Ingham, I Love Markets, Rosewood London Slow Food Blog

i Love Markets and chocolate!! Brunch at Rosewood London

The Slow Food and Living Market takes place every Sunday 10am-3:30pm at Rosewood London
The price for the Slow Brunch in the Mirror Room is £60 and £70 with a glass of Nyetimber Classic Curvee. It can be booked via the Mirror Room telephone or email – 020 3747 8620 or
Interested in stalling at the Slow Food and Living Market @Rosewood London? Email Liliana Gutierrez  Please, no applications from hot food or street food vendors.
A 5 Star Market Experience at the Slow Food & Living Market at Rosewood London, By Katie Ingham, I Love Markets.


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