Supermarkets in London
Supermarkets in London are plentiful. Between them they provide just about every kind of food imaginable as they attempt to satisfy the immense number of cultures living in the city.
As well as the high street favourites there are some popular independent supermarkets in London.
Fortnum & Mason
Established in Piccadilly, London in 1707, Fortnum & Mason's has held a number of royal warrants over the last 150 years.
Spread over six floors and layered with red carpets in honour of its valued customers, Fortnum & Mason prides itself in offering world-class food.
There are a number of restaurants and a wine bar for customers to visit.
The store is open Monday to Saturday 10AM - 8PM and on Sundays feom 12PM - 6PM.
For further details go to fortnumandmason.com.
Loon Fung has been providing authentic Chinese ingredients for over 40 years.
Established in 1965 in Chinatown, Loon Fung was one of the first Chinese supermarkets in London. They now have 4 stores having opened a store in Tottenham, North London, in 1990, a store in Alperton, West London in 1995 and finally a store in Silvertown, East London, in 2006.
To view their comprehensive product list, go to loonfung.com.
The food hall, at what is probably the UK's most famous shop, is an experience. From the best fresh fish to the opulent filled baguettes and the teasing chocolate department, everything within the food hall has a price to match its quality.
Located on the Brompton Road in London, the store is open Monday to Saturday 10AM - 8PM and Sunday 11.30AM - 6PM.
For further details go to harrods.com.