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William Warman & Guttridge Ltd

William Warman & Guttridge Ltd has been established at Smithfield for over 80 years and is a family run business.

We have a reputation for the supply of excellent quality fresh meat, offal, poultry and game, supplying retailers, hotels, restaurants, food manufacturers and the catering industry. Our speciality is providing a bespoke service to our clients, which enables them to ask for specifically tailored products that meet their own particular needs.

With a wide range of products, including beef, lamb (from New Zealand also available), veal, pork, poultry and offal to choose from, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for!  If you require assistance, our staff will provide you with expert guidance.

William Warman & Guttridge has taken over Darmenn & Curl’s shops (unit 8-10) from July 2019.

Boxed Beef, Lamb & Pork – Halal beef & lamb can be supplied                                                          Carcass and boxed New Zealand Lamb                                                                                                    Minced and diced Beef, Lamb & Pork – Halal beef & lamb can be supplied                                    Various frozen & fresh Offal                                                                                                                        Poultry – including diced & boneless – Halal can be supplied                                                              Sausages and Bacon

Contact Information

6 - 12 Central Markets
East Market Building
London EC1A 9PQ

Tel: 020 7236 7395

Fax: 020 7248 0441


Floorplan Location

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MONDAY to FRIDAY mornings from

Midnight to 7am

Closed on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays

Christmas Opening 

The Market will be closed on  24, 25, 26, 30, 31 December and 1 January.

Closure of Poultry Market

As part of an agreement with our landlords, the City of London, to relocate the Market to Barking and Dagenham, the traders left the Poultry Market building at the end of August this year.  The building will become part of the new Museum of London.  Smithfield Market contimues to trade from the two remaining Victorian buildings and will continue to do so until at least 2028.

We know our meat!