Local Business in Ealing

SNACK'D - Explore world snacks

Explore the snacks of the world with SNACK'D ðŸ«ðŸªðŸ§ðŸ©

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IMperfect Creative Cooking

Hi I'm Kitty, a self taught chef who runs IMperfect Creative Cooking. We offer affordable home cooked dishes in Ealing and surrounding areas. Our focus is on reducing food waste and single use plastic. We use imperfect ingredients we save from local businesses plus Oddbox, Toogoodtogo and more to curate a new menu every week. All meals are served in reusable food tins which are then reused again for their next meal #saynotoplastic #imperfectcreativecooking

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Fruity Season

With over 30 years experience our management team are specialists in sourcing & importing the freshest fruits & vegetables from the UK, Europe, & beyond. We're customer focussed, sharing our love of fresh produce with our friends & customers, by sourcing & supplying better choices, better quality & fairly priced fruits & vegetables for them.

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TRASH&TREASURE WEEKLY SUNDAY FARMERS MARKET

TRASH&TREASURE MARKETS PRESENT:

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DulcEvie

Hi, my name's Evie AKA DulcEvie.

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Lou Can Cook

Lou Can Cook is a creative catering company based in West London.

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Haweli of Ealing

Indian restaurant located at 127 Uxbridge Road in West Ealing since 1985.

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Marie-Clare Cooks

Marie-Clare Cooks is food that means home, for people that want home cooked food without the hassle of making it themselves.

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Home Roots

We are a local family run busy providing classic ready made meals delivered fresh to your door! They are fresh, made to order and delicious. Local suppliers using the best of what the area offers, our meals are packed with flavour, healthy and easy to heat. Take the stress out of cooking and let us get dinner ready!

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Cheeky Food Co.

A Hanwell based Indian condiments business making authentic Indian chutneys, pickles and gift products based on generations old family recipes.

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