The Nudge says: This debut spot, Market Hall Fulham, has taken over said elegant Edwardian ticket hall. Retaining the original tiling and period features, the space now plays host to 250 seats, nine restaurants, a deli, a coffee shop, and a bar – from which you can mix and match dishes and drinks to enjoy in the central dining space. read more
Just Opened London says: Its great to see such a historic space come to life once more. You’ll see some original features retained, like the enamel ‘TO THE TRAINS’ sign and the original ticket offices…Make sure you bring your A game because there’s lots to try here. read more
The Independent says: At Market Halls, there’s a much stronger sense of feeling like you’re at a restaurant – albeit one where you order food at each counter and receive a buzzer to collect it. They’re sustainability-conscious and use proper plates and metal cutlery, and there’s a dedicated team to clear up. read more
The Grocer says: There are arguably few foodie venues quite as cutting-edge as Market Hall Fulham. The brainchild of restaurateur Simon Anderson and retail investor Andy Lewis-Pratt, this nine-kitchen venue opened last week following a year-long trip around the food halls of New York, Amsterdam and Lisbon. read more
Country and Townhouse says: All three halls have been created by former property investor Andy Lewis-Pratt and entrepreneur and restauranteur behind Pitt Cue Co, Simon Anderson. The pair are aiming to work with local restaurants and newbies to the food world and will create their own spin on the global food scene. read more




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