There are many places to take breakfast or brunch. With all the yummy food stalls you can either east out or buy and run back home! Creperie du Monde is a great place to meet friends and indulge. Choose from yummy sweet and savoury crepes, waffles and omlettes. On the menu is the "French Favourite" crepe with nutella with banana.
Also popular is the bakery stall on Chatsworth Road Market. Local queue for freshly bakes breads, pastries, flans and cakes. We can vouch for the Danish Pastry and the French Flan is excellent!
Another take home bake can be bought at Bamber Brothers, tasty scrumptious cheese cake. White Choc Oreo might be your thing?
Isle of Olives also have a delicious honey collection. Deeney's Scottish Flavour served us an awesome bacon, cheese and haggis sandwich with mustard and onion relish.
Thea's Vintage Store, really love this shop. It's a little gem! Kids are welcome at Chatsworth Rd Market and it has a great family atmosphere. Born Again Kids Wear and Nixie will keep the little ones looking good.
Pop-up art, music and community space, locally known as The Dentist, 33 Chatsworth Road, is an interesting shopfront for Chatsworth's creative community. The space has just been home to an avid Chatsworth promoter, is Norweign photographer Jørn Tomter who has been exhibiting his
33 Chatsworth Road is an influential space creative showcase. With more live music in the horizon I'm sure the cool-kids will follow! More art can be found at Chatsworth Palace Arts Centre is another important creative space, where you can find the Mini-Yeah-Yeah-Yeah Market.
There plenty of characters to be found at Chatsworth Road Market, like Ash Green Organics. Charming man selling his fresh produce to the locals. It's certainly refreshing not to see at Sainsbury's local or Tesco Metro here. It does seem to keep local people in touch with local produce.