What they say:
From the same group who own The Crystal Palace Market, comes World's End Market on the Kings Road. Decorated in order to reflect the building's history, World's End Market's restaurant area is styled like a 1930's canteen, with cabin lights salvaged from cargo ships. Serving seasonal and market fresh food, which is cooked to order, ensures that World's End Market's food is of the finest quality. With a cocktail bar hiding underground in the basement and a bar and terrace area upstairs, World's End Market is a great spot to enjoy great food and drinks any time of day. Although steak is a big thing here, fresh fish steals the show; with oysters and ceviche giving that raw fish kick and langoustines and plaice providing main meal satisfaction.
What we say:
World's End Market has a vintage feel to it with with lights from old cargo ships providing a striking feature. With a menu showcasing fresh British produce, World's End Market cooks their food to order, ensuring that they seal in the flavour of not only their vegetables but their meat and fish too! If you are not hungry and still fancy popping in for a nose around, they have a stunning cocktail bar in their basement with a range of drinks on offer, as well as another bar and terrace area upstairs. Fish counters and an open meat fridge give this joint a really interactive, bustling feel that promises the best ingredients.