has been the royal grocer for over a century, and to this day, it's considered one of the best grocery stores in London. Although the shop has since expanded to sell beauty products and accessories, it still stocks shelves upon shelves of its most iconic products like champagne jelly, buttery biscuits, fresh meat pies, and tea blended especially for a monarch.
All of the store's vegetables are displayed in wicker baskets and stacked on wood carts. Look at those stems of broccoli!
Perfect for a picnic or a hostess gift!
Fortnum's Hamper, $321
Classical music is piped in too. Is there anything more luxurious than grocery shopping to Mozart and Bach?
It was founded in 1707 and has been located at the same spot on Piccadilly ever since.
Including special teas like the Royal Blend, which was created by by Fortnum & Mason especially for King Edward in 1902.
Queen Elizabeth, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Kate Middleton paid an official visit to the shop in 2012.
They sell everything from Strawberry and Champagne preserve to Champagne popsicles and truffles.
Strawberry & Champagne Preserve, $7.64, Fortnum & Mason
It decorates everything from picnic hampers to shopping bags.
Christmas trees decorating every level of the shop? Check. Two-foot-tall chocolate Easter bunnies? Check. They even sponsor a skating rink in London!
Not only do they have a Tea Salon in their store, but they sell all the essentials you need to make your own at home—from tea pots to scones and tins of biscuits.
High Tea 2 Tier Cake Stand, $118, Fortnum & Mason
Prince Charles stopped by the meat counter in 2007.
The store also has beauty products, clothing, accessories, and homeware.
They sell everything you need, from a picnic hamper like this to another one full of food and drinks.
Piccadilly Four Person Picnic Hamper, $482, Fortnum & Mason
The store's signature robin's egg blue color is so chic that even the Duchess of Cornwall carries them!