White walls and glass counters make the hall look way bigger than before and although it's lost that trademark green shade, it's definitely still Fenwick - just a newer, better version of itself. The food hall feels more upmarket, along the lines of Harvey Nichols and Harrods but without the price tag to match.
Local vendors are clearly celebrated with The Naked Deli juice bar and OCC coffee bar within the entrance and plenty of local suppliers found on the shelves too. Alongside them, lots of other well known brands making Fenwick Food Hall the perfect place to stock up on everything from meat, to cheese, olives, bread and all your sweet treats, especially just before Christmas.
Fancy cake, fish or a pizza? There Mason & Rye for all things patisserie (and believe me, those cakes speak for themselves) and bread related, Saltwater Fish Company if you're looking for post-work oysters and champagne and Fuego if you're fancying something Mediterranean inspired. All three look great and whilst I'm not sure I fancy trying oysters, it's great to see somewhere central to fill the void. Perhaps you just want a glass of wine or cocktail during your shopping trip; there's a bar beside Fuego or an extensive drinks section so you can pick up some fizz for later.
Fenwick, thank you for inviting me along, I thoroughly enjoyed the selection of canapes and sipping my rose lemonade. I'm already looking forward to my next visit, particularly for cake or chocolate, or maybe both!