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  • Duke of York Square
    London SW1Y 6JP
    Chelsea
  • Transit information Circle District Get Directions
  • Phone number 04420 7823 5577
  • Business website dukeofyorksquare.com

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    • Qype User shopah…
    • London
    • 34 friends
    • 167 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    13/4/2007

    This is a great (and fairly recent) addition to one of my favourite shopping haunts, the Kings' Road.
    Just off the main strip, the Duke of York Square is a new shopping/cafe enclave with some great stores, including Joseph, Kate Kuba, All Saints, Agnes B, LK Bennett, Myla...
    There are also some great cafes with outdoor space, and although the people watching is not as good as the main road, you will be breathing less fumes...

  • 4.0 star rating
    9/9/2013
    6 check-ins here First to Review

    Many people know Duke of York Square for its weekend market, but throughout the week it's a lovely spot as well. Kids can play in the splash fountains, there's free wifi, seating, plus the surrounding of shops, cafes, and plenty of people watching!

    • Qype User ricard…
    • London
    • 25 friends
    • 109 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    30/1/2009

    This classic Chelsea establishment moved in 2004 from its original location on Sloane Street, where it first appeared in 1972, to this fabulous building just off the King's Road. This is a mighty delicatessen - it's a bit like a posh version of the greatest deli in the world, Zabar's in NY. Boasting a fabulously broad, eclectic and high-quality range of goods, from cold cuts to cheeses, to preserves and wines, this is an outstanding experience for foodies. Perhaps Partridge's most interesting contribution to the London food scene is the Saturday market in Duke of York Square, which has about 40 traders from all over Britain (and the odd French one), selling cheeses, meats, honeys, pies and other artisanal and high-quality farm produce. Well worth a visit, and should inspire you sufficiently to whip that wallet out and spend spend spend!!

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