Season West HampsteadSeason West Hampstead
Season West Hampstead
Season 166 West End LaneWest HampsteadLondonNW6 1SD
t: 020 7794 4055e: @seasonhampstead

Opening Times

Mon-Fri 9.30 to 8pmSat 9.30 to 6pmSun 11 to 5pm

Directions by public transport

Tube: Come out of the tube and turn right along West End Lane. We’re a five minute walk on the same side of the road (on the right).

Overground: West Hampstead has two overground stations. (One is a Thameslink) In either case, come out of the station, turn left along West End Lane and we’re a one or two minute walk on the right. (Across the road)

Services at Season West Hampstead

As well as offering great advice, we offer cake tin hire , a knife sharpening service and grind our fabulous range of coffee (Monmouth and W Martyn - delicious) on the premises.

Note: we have only a small percentage of what the store stocks on our website, and new items and offers arrive all the time, so do pop in.

Season West Hampstead Team

Matt | Manager

Having spent a lifetime in the kitchen professionally, Matt joined us to get our customers equally excited about cooking great food. Surrounded by such great cooks at home as his mum, nan and aunt, as Matt puts it, he ‘didn’t really stand a chance’, and was baking at the age of 6. Forte trained, Matt did two years of catering college at 16, and has done his time in some great hotel kitchens as well as the kitchens of Oxford University. Matt brings a great breadth of knowledge to the team, but when pushed for a favourite, French country classics score highly, with a comforting cassoulet being a particular weakness.


Marc joined us after 30 years of working as a chef in professional kitchens. Having paid his dues, Marc loved chatting to customers about all things cooking and baking related, and had an incredible breadth of knowledge. When pushed for his favourite thing to cook, Marc would go with game, and has a particular penchant for grouse.


Emily has a wide remit when it comes to cooking and baking, but is particularly loving anything with a teriyaki glaze at the moment, after learning from her best friend who has just returned from Japan with lots of culinary inspiration. When it comes to baking, Emily believes the classics can’t be beaten (pun intended) when done well, and maintains that world peace could probably be brought about if there were only enough tea and Victoria Sponge for all.