Stalls on Feb 5th


Make shopping a local pleasure and check below for your favourite market traders. And don’t forget to stop by at Kew Village Market’s own stall to say hello!


Hunts Hill Farm John and Georgina Emerson have been farming in Normandy, near Guildford, for 26 years. Their beef is grass-fed and allowed to graze all year round; their chicken and ducks are all free-range and dry-plucked; and the free-range pork is mostly from saddlebacks. They’ll also be bringing a variety of different flavoured sausages and eggs to the market.

The Portland Scallop Co Jamie Walker is based near Chesil Beach and most of the fish he sells at Sunday’s market will have been caught on the Dorset or Devon coast on Friday. What he sells depends on what the boats bring in, so his stall will have what’s in season from a range including bass, bream, monkfish, lemon sole, mullet, plaice, turbot, brill, lemon or dover sole, oysters and lobster, as well as rope-grown mussels and dived scallops. He’s also likely to bring whole cooked crab, home-made crab soup and fishcakes. Most of his fish will already be gutted and scaled, but any other preparation can be done at the market.

Winterbourne Game Chris Norcott specialises in the best seasonal game, including partridge, venison and wild boar, as well as casseroles, pies,terrines and burgers to cook at hom. If you tend to steer clear of game because you don’t know what to do with it, Chris and his partner Kate will be happy to advise you on what to buy and how to cook it. They’ll also be cooking venison burgers, sausages and loin in rolls for delicious on-the-go lunches at the market.


Kew Brewery Cheers to local brewer David Scott whose ales have become regular sell-outs at the market. Using only English hops and malts, they are unrefined natural beers sustainably brewed less than a mile from Kew Gardens, which also inspired names such as Pagoda pale ale and richer Botanic amber ale.

Ringden Farm Chris and Lesley Dench will again be bringing their award-winning apple and pear juices to Kew this month. They set up their juice business in 1990, using fruit from their orchards after a violent hailstorm marked the crop, and their use of traditional pressing methods and slow pasteurisation preserves the real flavour of the fruit. And thanks to popular demand, they’ll also be selling their scrumptious apples and pears plus cordials and jams.

Wild Country Organics We’re delighted that the winner of the Fresh Produce Category of the prestigious Soil Food Association Awards has become a regular at the market. The farm has been organic since 1988 and specialises in producing a wide variety of summer and winter vegetables, herbs and salad leaves. Because the quality is so high, you’ll often find that your bag of leaves will last the week – if you can keep them that long!


Bookham Harrison Farms Newish to Kew and a huge hit, this stall specialises in award-winning Italian-style hard cheeses: Sussex Charmer, which combines the recipes for a mature Cheddar with that of a Parmesan; and Twickenham Grange, the only Vegetarian Society-approved Parmesan-style cheese.

Catch Fabulous Fishcakes Always a popular stall, here’s where to land fantastic fishy deli, from said fishcakes and fish pie to tartare sauce and lobster oil, garnished with a more than a handful of Great Taste Awards.

Flax Farm At Flax Farm we cold-press linseed oil and produce linseed meal and other delicious linseed-based products in the good old-fashioned way. We are passionate about this wonderful plant and we would like to share with you the best ways to enjoy linseed for its great flavour and amazing health benefits. Our Flaxjacks – unique flapjacks containing lots of lovely linseed – are always popular and our new product is Flax Farm’s Linseed Summer Porridge, made to be lighter with golden linseed, oats, goji berries and blueberries, pumpkin seeds and vanilla.

Forest Treasures Here’s an exciting new stall selling such natural luxuries as virgin forest truffles and wild mushrooms – scrumptious with the new season’s game!

Homi’s Herbal Teas Homi Jennings (of regular jewellery stall Gallery 66) is also a herbalist and has now launched a new venture selling unusual blends of herbal teas, including saffron tea and also special silk gift pouches of Iranian saffron.

Lovely Pasta Twickenham-based Laura Bossetti will be selling her delicious oven-ready fresh pasta dishes, such as lasagne both bolognaise and vegetarian , gnocchi alla romana and crespelle, as well as Italian sauces and biscuits.

Mud Foods, Christian Barrington has been taking his produce to market for over five years, and in that time his pies, quiches, pasties and sausage rolls have won many awards including Best Taste and Best Product, thanks to his great-quality free-range and/or organic ingredients, all locally sourced.

Nonya Secrets (aka Dine In Sauces) Here you’ll find delicious hand-made sauces from the babas and nonyas of South East Asia – 10 vibrant and subtle cooking and dipping sauces for make-at-home meals with authentic oriental flavour.

Nut Knowle Farm Established in 1979, Nut Knowle Farm makes traditional hand-made hard and soft goat milk cheeses. Paul, who sells on the stall, works in the dairy and is enthusiastic about keeping old receipes alive, having introduced Martlet Gold, Millefleur, Aspire, Mount Caburn and their latest, Sussex Squire, which are all much appreciated

Thee Olive Tree Olive lovers will be spoiled for choice – 23 different types of stuffed and marinated olives! You’ll also find feta cheese, feta-stuffed red and pipeline peppers, sun-blushed and sun-dried tomatoes, artichokes, stuffed vine leaves, tapenade, humus, butter bean salad, boquerones, green and red pesto, harissa and marinated garlic.


Abycina Specialising in the delicious flavours of Ethiopian/Etritrean cuisine, Abycina offers a mix of traditional East African and modern experimental street food. Made with the freshest local vegetables and exotic spices, Abycina dishes are healthy and suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Carolyn Dawson I live in Kew and have been a chef for over 25 years. Using quality seasonal ingredients, I offer a selection of interesting takeaway dishes, whether salads (such as feta with cracked wheat, pea, broad bean, red onion and mint), tarts (smoked haddock, cheddar and chive), pissaladiere (onion, anchovy and olive slice) or soups (sweet potato, coconut, chilli and ginger). All the dishes are home-made by me in Kew.

Fresh Falafel Mahmoud Shamallak will again be bringing an authentic and nutritious taste of Lebanon to Kew, with his fresh hot vegetarian Falafel wraps stuffed with houmus, salad, lutes, pickles, chilli sauce and tahini sauce.

La Crêpe de Delices I am a French chef who moved to Richmond from my home town of Lyon – the gastronomic capital of France! I have brought my business of making authentic, traditional sweet and savoury French crepes to Kew Village Market. I have a wonderful selection of fillings and like to change my menu to make sure my customers always have something new to taste and enjoy.

Mulata Cuisine Originally from Colombia and now an experienced chef loving living in London, Mulata brings culinary excellence to the recipes she was brought up on as a child, such as Arepas and Empañadas, offering delicious new street food experiences!


Cantini We’re delighted to welcome Laura Guisti who’ll be selling her delicious hand-made triple-Great-Taste-Awardwinning panforte, the traditional Italian delicacy, a sumptuous mix of fruit, nuts and spices that originated in Siena.

Ildiko’s Chocolate We’re a local family-run business and our artisan chocolate slabs and sweet delights are all hand-crafted in Walton-on-Thames. We partner premium chocolate with unusual toppings – anything from raspberries to rose petals to pink peppercorns – for fantastic flavour combinations, and also offer a unique range of caramel sauces as well as the best hot chocolate ever!

Our Bread Here you’ll find a feast of locally baked Hungarian treats – five different types of strudel, savoury and sweet, cakes, biscuits and scones.

Pinch of This We offer fresh, delicious, gluten-free baking, using organic ingredients where possible and always local free-range eggs. Whether you’re looking for luxury savoury pasties, brownies, biscuits or even a celebration cake we can bring you gluten-free bakes with no compromise made on taste or texture.

Ruben’s Bakehouse Igor Occhiali makes home-baked artisan breads, using a long fermentation process and organic flours, and shaping his cottage loaves, bloomers, ciabatta and focaccia by hand. He loves his sourdough range, usually brings along a new speciality each month, and can supply gluten-free breads (although at the moment only on request). His stall at Kew Village Market has been such a success that he opened his own shop in Twickenham, called after his young son.


Here’s where to find that unique hand-made something as a special Valentine’s gift. Also our charity stall this month will be for Kew Gardens Disability Service

Atelier Chokerbali I am a French jeweller who moved from Paris to Richmond. All my pieces are unique, made using natural semi-precious stones, sterling silver and antique Venetian and African beads. After working very successfully in France for ten years, I am delighted now to be bringing my craft to England and sharing my passion with everyone.

BeeInspired We are passionate beekeepers and our 20 years experience of working with these fascinating insects has inspired us to create and make a range of bodycare and homecare products using our own beeswax and honey from our hives near Hampton Court. Our ethos is ‘less is more’ and our products are natural, simple and effective.
Gallery 66 All the jewellery is designed and made by Lisa Heyler and Homi Jennings and we draw our inspiration from the forms, textures and beauty found in Mother Nature. We use freshwater pearls in many of our designs, to bring an air of purity and delicacy, often mixing them with silver for a contemporary feel.

Handmade by Hilde A unique, hand-made present to celebrate the birth of a new baby, or to keep your own little one warm and stylish – come and have a look at the latest cute hats, dresses, jumpers and booties, inspired by Norwegian design and in sizes 0–4 years. The clothes are knitted by hand in Baby Merino Wool or 100% Superwash Wool for the autumn and winter (or 100% Cotton for the summer) and the yarns are mainly sourced in Norway.

Jo Beckett Ceramics I am a London-based potter making functional pieces on the wheel in both stoneware and porcelain clays. Form, function, surface texture and colour are what I keep in mind as I aim to make everyday pots which people love to use. All my pots are both dishwasher and microwave safe. As well as my continual development of stock products, I also work with clients on commissions.

Lloyds of Kew Books is of course a book lover’s magnet on Kew Green. Now Helen Edwards is bringing some of her wares to the village where she’ll be selling great-value books, both contemporary and beautiful vintage volumes – a happy hunting ground for the perfect gift for a hard-to-please bibliophile!

Mark Weston-Lewis, Woodturner Mark’s beautiful bowls, platters and decorative items, exquisitely crafted from a variety of locally sourced woods, are natural works of art, perfect for a special Valentine’s present or perhaps a house-warming gift?

Meadowsweet Flowers Freelance florist Veronica Platt will be bringing a selection of fresh flower bouquets and arrangements in her signature array of stylish and unusual containers. You can also order your Valentine’s flowers – check out the website at

Portia Gillies Here’s where to find irresistible hand-made woollen accessories – bags, shawls, scarves, hats and wrist-warmers as well as funky felted glasses cases.

Witts Design Mother-and-daughter design partners Michelle and Stephanie Witt use both traditional and modern techniques to create luxury fabrics for fashion and interiors. Stop by their stall to be tempted by their range of textile items, including cushions and scarves that ooze individuality.