French Market Returns To Ealing Broadway

Street food vendors offering a taste of Paris

The French Market at Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre
The French Market at Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre


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The French Market returns to the Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre this Friday (20 August) with a range of street food vendors offering visitors a taste of Paris.

There’ll be fresh crepes and pastries to wine, cheese and charcuterie at stalls located in Town Square with the market open each day from 9.30am to 6pm until Sunday 29 August.

Previously, organisers have brought a selection of firm favourites and popular items including cheeses, olives, wines and saucissons – cured sausages which are a staple of French cuisine.

Andrew Rollings, centre director at Ealing Broadway, said, “We’re thrilled to have the French Market back in Town Square after restrictions stopped us from hosting it last year. Visitors can stock up on delicious cheese and spices to enjoy al fresco before the end of summer.”

Muriel Charles, France at Home, said, “We’re delighted to have returned to Ealing Broadway this year with our delicious French food. We have lots of exciting stalls for shoppers to browse, with our merchants on hand to help them find try new flavours and the tasty takeaway options available.”

A wide selection of delicacies will be on offer
A wide selection of delicacies will be on offer

This summer, Ealing Broadway also brought back deck chairs to Town Square and opened a new bicycle and scooter unit, Ride & Park, to enable visitors to store their bikes and scooters for free in a secure space.

The centre also launched a new summer holiday reading campaign with the National Literacy Trust, with this following a series of donations to local foodbanks and charities throughout the pandemic.

Ealing Broadway is encouraging everyone to continue wearing face coverings if they can, and hand sanitising stations remain throughout the centre, along with enhanced cleaning regimes.

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August 19, 2021

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