Kings Cross, London
28a-28b St Pancras International, St Pancras, London N1C 4QL
- King's Cross St. Pancras Tube Station (0.3 km)
- St. Pancras International Train Station (<0.1 km)
- St Pancras International Station (0.2 km)
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020 7183 3251
The Balcony Westfield Shopping Centre, Shepherds Bush, London W12 7GF
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9 reviews of Sourced Market in English
What a little treat this place is! I stumbled across this wonderful gem whilst waiting for my boyfriend at the station last week. The service was wonderful, helpful and smiley which made me feel instantly comfortable so I decided to stay and have a glass of wine (suggested to me by the lovely lady behind the counter) whilst i waited for my boyfriend.
Its a great place to meet friends after work or for a quick bite during the day as they offer a wide variety of hot food and also some really gorgeous sharing platters
I’m afraid I’m about to be a contrarian. I do accept that this place has a significantly better selection of cheeses etc. than the other mini-supermarkets it shares the St. Pancras space with, but I can’t lavish, in good conscience, too much praise on it based on my own experience.
Given that a lot of the trade will come from commuters, or those about
to jump on the Eurostar, it would seem to make sense to me to make sure the portable ( and more immediately edible) food items, like sandwiches, salds, etc. are right. Or at least, “right enough”. It looks as though a lot of these types of things are bought in, rather than erm, sourced at Sourced, from ( I think) Hoxton Beach. I had the misfortune to try a falafel “box set” – inexplicably dry, with a bizarre pot of chopped up tomato, and a sauce of [apparently] watered down HP – and an equally inexplicable Morroccan themed sandwich, which tasted of beige. Not inspiring. The selection of nuts and nibbly bits is not much better than my local Co-op ( a verifiable fact – they stock the same brands).
Hoxton, by the way,has no beach. I would also add that neither Beirut nor Tel Aviv nor indeed Cairo are in danger of losing the title of “falafel capital of the world” to Hoxton either.
This place is amazing!
I was meeting a girl friend one monday evening for a quick catch up drink and she had been here before so suggested meeting at the deli/wine bar section.
My first impression was of the lovely staff who greeted me with a smile as i sat down to wait for my friend and look through their wine and food menu. There was a lovely selection of wine and an even more tempting food menu with an array of gorgeous platters to choose from, I opted for the Italian platter which had a lovely selection of salami and cheese and some of the most gorgeous tasting olives ive had in a long time, it was also a good price at £9.50 which considering its just the right amount for two sharing this is a great price. My friend and i couldnt decide on which wine to go for so the lovely lady behind the counter suggested a delicious bottle of red which she said would go well with the platter, and she was right! It was so lovely that both my friend and i ended up buying a bottle each to take home.
Great food, great wine and lovely lovely service. I have been back several times when passing through the station after work and have made almost all of my friends meet me there too.
A definite must see if your passing through St Pancras.
If you are in the area, get down to the Sourced Market in St Pancras station. They have Great Newsome ales on tap, but it is a limited supply. They also have lots of bottled ale, E.G. Samuel Smith, Fullers, and others I don't know the origin of.
Go there anyway, you can always enjoy the olives.
They are going to get a regular supply of real ales.
What a find! I normally take the Eurostar and don't walk up to the northern end of the station but now I'm kicking myself for all the evenings I've spent in M&S queuing down the aisles when Sourced Market have better wine and better food!
We sat down and enjoyed an amazing platter of ham, cheese, olives etc that was enough for both of us yet only £8.50...plus a really nice selection of wine and beer, many of which I haven't seen before.
We then bought some super tasty ready meals from Ginger's Kitchen, fresh bread from Paul Hollywood and cheese from Neal's Yard....and the staff actually knew what they were talking about! What a refreshing change!
Definitely the best place for food & wine in St Pancras.
An open market on the concourse of st pancras station this is a useful alternative to all the chain cafes and shops in the remainder of the station.
Seperated into three small units the choice ranges from cakes and coffee to cheese and wine. Not so much a market but more a series of shops and a takeaway for coffee etc. But nicely done.
Local made produce of a high quality is available and well displayed. The cakes and pastries are delicious and further down the store there is an nice table to sit and share a deli platter and a glass of organic wine. Try the organic processco is gorgeous.
The downsides are the service isnt too friendly and they close quite early so if you arrive twenty minutes before they close they would rather turn you away than risk closing 2 minutes late. Also they have some ranges that you could buy elsewhere for less price and it would be nice if more of the range was local and from smaller/more unusual suplliers.
The olives at this place are to die for! They are quite pricey so I don't come here for them often but when I have £5 to spend on a pot of olives(!) it's the only place to come. The deli, bakery, wine and cheese sections are lovely as well but as I said it's quite expensive so only come here if you feel like splashing out.
I work quite close to St. Pancras station, and this place does by far the best coffee in the neighbourhood. Some of the staff make better cups than others, but they use Monmouth coffee beans, and they make good froth; it's not cheap, at £2 for a regular (read: small) cup of latte, but it's head and shoulders above the chains, and hence worth the 20-minute round trip to get there.
The "market" as a whole is collegiate in style, with a variety of "stalls" selling various food and drink, which I haven't really sampled apart from the excellent biscuits to go with my coffee. Again it's not cheap - a latte and an Anzac biscuit after lunch and I'm down £3.60 - but it's good.
This is a wonderful little 'market’ in St Pancras International. I say market, but it’s more of an organic food shop with lots of lovely little suppliers.
I was there for the official opening so I got to try lots of lovely freebies. But, I’d have bought almost everything I sampled. The usual suspects from Borough Market are there - Brindisa, Chegworth Farm, Meantime Ale. But you can find Flour Power bakery here (You MUST try the twice baked banana brownies) and some really yummy food from Stewed - certain to become a firm favourite with me.
Is this place worth the trip alone? No. Is it a refreshing welcome when you’ve just stepped off a train and remember that you haven’t got any food in? Most definitely.
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