Partridges

Partridges

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2-5 Duke of York Sq., London, England SW3 4LY, United Kingdom

One of London’s finest grocers, Partridges was founded in 1972. The family-run store sells a variety of gourmet food items, including truffle honey, smoked salmon, and Chelsea flower tea. The flagship store, now located at 2-5 Duke of York Square, features a wine bar and café, as well as a growing stock of organic products. Partridges also sells a line of items bearing its own name, including terrines and savory meals, such as cassoulet. In honor of Partridges' long history of quality merchandise, the store was awarded a Royal Warrant in 1994 and is recognized as the grocer to the queen.

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