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The World’s End Market
Located at the less-trendy end of the King’s Road, The World’s End Market is a concept restaurant bringing the market-fresh experience straight to your table. Housed in the iconic former World’s End Pub, a tavern since Charles II’s era that lent its name to the area, expect to see a mix of restored original features, industrial lighting, reclaimed wood and a reinvigorated 1930s market ambience. With a locally-sourced seasonal menu, and community-focused ethos, The World’s End Market has seen such success it has now opened up an upstairs bar.
Food & Drinks
The cuisine is innovative and fresh: you can pick out what you want and watch it cooked in front of you. A mix of careful sourcing, simple cooking and unfussy presentation provides a no-frills but fantastic eating experience. The Old Fashioned Bar upstairs offers up a solid range of cocktails to finish off your meal in style.
You can see what you’re about to eat: next to the open kitchen is a fish counter and hanging meat, exactly like an old-fashioned market
From £6 for starters, £14 for fish, £14.50 for meat and £4.50 for desserts
The meat and fish is all sourced locally, often from the sister restaurant’s butcher and fishmongers, so it’s probably best not to bring a vegetarian beau here