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228 N End Rd, West Kensington, West London, England, W14 9NU

Vegan store providing plant-based food, cruelty-free body care, and eco-household products. Est. 2016. Open Mon-Sat 10:00am-8:00pm, Sun 10:00am-6:00pm.

16 Reviews

First Review by kezia

excellent range of products - Edit

I love this shop as they have an excellent range of vegan products that you just can’t get anywhere else. The owners were really kind and helpful! Quite small but stocked really well. Located near some really nice vegan restaurants aswell!

Pros: stocked well

Cons: small shop

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Amazing 100% vegan range - Edit

I get carried away every time I visit this store. The range is fantastic. I love to support this independent store over Wholefoods or similar.

Pros: Massive range, 100% vegan, friendly staff

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Extensive but expensive - Edit

Small but packed tight with every vegan food imaginable. Expensive but expected! Well worth popping in here after visting 222 just down the road!

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Nutritious buffet for £9.50 - Edit

I love the whole ambiance everytime I go to 222. The food is fresh and clean at a very reasonable price.

Pros: Nutritious Price Ambiance Staff

Cons: Can get cramped

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Small shop, packed with goodies - Edit

Small shop, but packed with goodies. A far end away from the city center though, and in retrospect, not really worth travelling all that way up there (many familiar brands, also produts that one can now find in regular shops), but glad we visited anyway. And we combined it with lunch at 222 Veggie Vegan, which is just next door.

review on my blog:
https://brugesvegan.com/2017/11/09/greenbay-london/

Pros: All vegan! , very friendly

Cons: location (far from city center), rather small (definitely no supermarket)

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Such a good idea - Edit

This supermarket is really far out the way and difficult to find. But it is such a good idea and they have so much stuff!! The cashier lady when I visited was really lovely too.

Pros: lovely service, good range of products

Cons: really far out the way

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Good selection, but could be better - Edit

The store is not large; but they manage to have a decent variety of items, from household articles to ice-creams.

It seemed to me that you can find many of the products they sell in regular health stores or organic supermarkets; so perhaps they could try offering more original goods (e.g., cheeses, snacks).

All-in-all, worth visiting if you're around, especially given that there are very good vegan places to eat in the area.

Pros: variety of items, all vegan supermarket

Cons: none

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Small but well stocked - Edit

In a slightly out of the way location, but worth a trip. They have quite a few more niche brands that you can often only find online in England. We picked up some vegalino pralines, Go Max chocolate bars and some squirty cream in a can - they were out of the vegan halloumi though! The staff seem really nice.

Pros: Good variety, Nice staff

Cons: Not central

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Amazing range - Edit

Took a couple of trains out of my way just to investigate this all vegan store. I was very pleasantly surprised by the extensive range of products in the little place. They stocked a range of things I did not know existed. Many of the products were quite expensive though, although this was probably just the brand options they have decided to stock.

Pros: Outstanding range of products, Stock of unusual products

Cons: Expensive

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Good selection - Edit

From household products and toileteries to store cupboard essentials. The fridge selection is particularly good, they stock some of the smaller vegan brands such as artisan nut cheeses from Mouse's Favourite and Mheat burgers/ bacon/ steaks from Sgaiaf Foods.

Pros: Great fridge selection , All vegan

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VEGAN SUPERMARKET!! - Edit

Such a nice little place. Friendly staff. Dog friendly, LOADS of yummy treats

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Wish I had one near me. - Edit

I nipped in here after lunch at 222 Veggie Vegan, a great buffet place a few doors down from the shop.

This shop has everything you could need to cook a vegan feast. You can find the regular things like plant milks, grains and pulses, but also stumble upon vegan ice cream, vegan baking supplies, and meat alternatives. I also saw, though I didn't really look at, lots of vegan wines and beers.

If your in the area do go have a look round. It's not awfully big, but is packed with a wide range of vegan goodies.

Pros: Wide variety of products., Helpful staff., 100% vegan, no reading labels for animal products.

Cons: Bit of a trek, but let's hope it becomes a chain.

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Great selection - Edit

This place as a great selection of vegan products from vegan cheese to chocolate to beans to pudding. My favorite finds included croissants, gummy bears and matcha tea lattes. The staff was also incredibly friendly and helpful with restaurant recommendations as well. Highly recommend making a trip.

Pros: Selection, Price, Service

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Great place - Edit

Amazing to be able to shop and to not need to read the labels. It's all vegan. Good range of wines, sweets, tins, fresh food and drinks, body care, cleaning products etc. Friendly staff.

Pros: Broad selection, Lovely products.

Cons: Some prices are higher than elsewhere, others are

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Great little supermarket - Edit

I love the sgaia range of mwheat. Quite expensive but well worth it. I love coming here for their meat and cheese alternatives. The people who work here are helpful and super friendly.

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Give it a go!! I'll certainly be going back. - Edit

I could not wait to visit Greenbay, London's first ever all vegan supermarket In West Kensington.
It felt like a milestone for veganism and the vegan community. It sells a very wide range of products, pretty much any vegan product you could name. Also, a lot of gluten free vegan items, as well as fruit, vegetables, beers and wines and a great selection of ethical body care products and eco friendly cleaning products.
Paula and Anderson, the owners of the store, were very friendly and welcoming. The vegan pain au chocolat had sold out in a day so I will have to try them next time. The supermarket is literally a few doors away from one of my favourite vegan restaurants in London, '222 Veggie vegan', so it's great to combine your shopping with a visit there. All shelves are incredibly well stocked and there is something to impress even the most cynical of shoppers. Give it a go!! I'll certainly be going back.

Pros: London's First Vegan Supermarket, Incredibly well stocked, Near 222 VeggieVegan

Cons: pain au chocolat had sold out1

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