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Local Food Guidebook for De Beauvoir and Haggerston

Mark

Local Food Guidebook for De Beauvoir and Haggerston

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Mark's top tips for eating options in De Beauvoir. All options in this list are within reach by walking within 5 minutes. Follow 'N1londonstudio' on inst for day by day updates.
2 & 4 is a fabulous retro furniture and lighting shop. Enjoy a lovely coffee or home made cake made by Morris's partner whilst browsing the store and admiring Morris at work as he restores some stunning Danish Furniture.
2 & 4 Vintage Furniture
2-4 Southgate Rd
2 & 4 is a fabulous retro furniture and lighting shop. Enjoy a lovely coffee or home made cake made by Morris's partner whilst browsing the store and admiring Morris at work as he restores some stunning Danish Furniture.
Just 50 metres from the front door, this award winning Deli/Restaurant/Coffee shop is the perfect place for eating in, grabbing some freshly made food to take home or buying a foodie gift for a loved one. Opens from 8am til late. Not to be missed. (Now takes Amex and Apple Pay)
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De Beauvoir Deli Co
98 Southgate Rd
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Just 50 metres from the front door, this award winning Deli/Restaurant/Coffee shop is the perfect place for eating in, grabbing some freshly made food to take home or buying a foodie gift for a loved one. Opens from 8am til late. Not to be missed. (Now takes Amex and Apple Pay)
Since 1854 food and drink has been at the heart of De Beauvoir Arms. Unpretentious, thoughtfully combined flavours sourced from around the Mediterranean. Some great choices for vegans and a fantastic atmosphere. Booking not required. Top tip: Sunday lunch - awesome! Pub Open: Monday to Thursday: 11am to 11pm Friday and Saturday: 11am to 12am Sunday: 11am to 10.30pm Kitchen Open: Monday to Saturday: 12 to 3pm / 6pm - 10pm Sunday: 12.30 - 4pm / 6pm - 9.00pm
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De Beauvoir Arms
113 Southgate Rd
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Since 1854 food and drink has been at the heart of De Beauvoir Arms. Unpretentious, thoughtfully combined flavours sourced from around the Mediterranean. Some great choices for vegans and a fantastic atmosphere. Booking not required. Top tip: Sunday lunch - awesome! Pub Open: Monday to Thursday: 11am to 11pm Friday and Saturday: 11am to 12am Sunday: 11am to 10.30pm Kitchen Open: Monday to Saturday: 12 to 3pm / 6pm - 10pm Sunday: 12.30 - 4pm / 6pm - 9.00pm
Casual spot for inventive Neapolitan pizzas and a shop selling artisan and organic Italian wines. The pizzas are amazing and great value too.
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Sweet Thursday
95 Southgate Rd
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Casual spot for inventive Neapolitan pizzas and a shop selling artisan and organic Italian wines. The pizzas are amazing and great value too.
The scaffolder's favourite North London cafe serving up bacon butties, full english and lots of coffee, tea and toast. Great for a hangover. Take away or eat in.
Spring Rose
93 Southgate Rd
The scaffolder's favourite North London cafe serving up bacon butties, full english and lots of coffee, tea and toast. Great for a hangover. Take away or eat in.
Exposed brick and white tiles line this hip canteen serving Japanese ramen with homemade noodles. Yes the noodles are really made on the premises and you can watch the noodle makers at work behind sealed glass screens whilst you're eating. Chilli Chicken Ramen - signature dish Pork and Ginger Gyoza - awesome Home made Kimchee - yum Japanese beer on tap
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Tonkotsu East
1a Dunston St
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Exposed brick and white tiles line this hip canteen serving Japanese ramen with homemade noodles. Yes the noodles are really made on the premises and you can watch the noodle makers at work behind sealed glass screens whilst you're eating. Chilli Chicken Ramen - signature dish Pork and Ginger Gyoza - awesome Home made Kimchee - yum Japanese beer on tap
Just opened 25 metres from the flat. Fresh fresh fresh juices, food, coffee bar.. oh and Josh makes a mean Chicken and Kale salad. (Now takes Amex and Apple Pay)
The Cure
99 Southgate Rd
Just opened 25 metres from the flat. Fresh fresh fresh juices, food, coffee bar.. oh and Josh makes a mean Chicken and Kale salad. (Now takes Amex and Apple Pay)
Great coffee, artisan cakes. Seats outside, watch the world go by.
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52A Coffee House
52A Southgate Rd
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Great coffee, artisan cakes. Seats outside, watch the world go by.
Opens in March, closes in November. This place sits right on the canal path and is my top top tip. Great breakfasts, incredible lunches and dinners served on weekends. You won't be disappointed by the coffee either.
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Towpath Café
42 De Beauvoir Cres
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Opens in March, closes in November. This place sits right on the canal path and is my top top tip. Great breakfasts, incredible lunches and dinners served on weekends. You won't be disappointed by the coffee either.
Shoreditch's Pho Mile - Vietnamese Food Heaven. While Brick Lane is well known for its curry mile, east London also has another lesser-known mile to its name – the Pho Mile. It's taken over Kingsland Road over the past few decades but the spot has always played an important part in Shoreditch's history – it used to be a Roman road that marked the way to Kingsland, an old settlement that sits in modern day Dalston. What is it? The Pho Mile refers to the area that’s saturated in Vietnamese restaurants, stretching from Shoreditch High Street station to Hoxton. Many restaurants are just doors apart, all boasting different kinds of Vietnamese treats. As with the Brick Lane curry houses, these are not high-end spots – but that wouldn’t be in-keeping with the Kingsland Road vibe, after all. Despite the understated looks, there's a focus on authentic dishes and many make for the perfect pre-going out pit spot with good food and generous BYOB policies, where there's little or no corkage. The restaurants Below are my favourites, though it's worth simply heading out and trying to get through them all at one point or another. BunBunBun Vietamese feasting: BunBunBun's bites The clue’s in the name. This restaurant specialises in Bun cha, a traditional Hanoi dish of grilled pork with white rice noodles. As well as Bun cha, it offers both familiar and lesser-known dishes covering delicacies from all over Vietnam. Expect both street food style dishes and traditional hearty mains. Highlights include the honey marinated chargrilled pork belly slices to start and the spicy lemongrass beef brisket bun as a main. 134B Kingsland Road, E2 8DY LoongKee This venue's decor is simple and stripped back, with sole attention on the food. Try the prawn and tofu summer rolls here as well as the flavoursome Pho noodle soups. Expect it to be buzzy – after all, it also operates a BYOB policy. 134G Kingsland Rd, E2 8DY Viet Hoa Located in the middle of the Pho Mile, this Shoreditch restaurant has a rich history. It was originally established as a small canteen to provide affordable food for Vietnamese refugees who escaped the communist regime in Vietnam. Now the hearty menu boasts all kinds of dishes from traditional Phos, bun noodles, seafood, salads and meats. There’s also a strong veggie offering with a vegetarian platter, veggie tempura and deep fried tofu. 70-72 Kingsland Rd, E2 8DP, viethoarestaurant.co.uk Mien Tay This family run restaurant also has branches in Fulham and Battersea but all outlets serve traditional dishes local to the Mien Tay region in Southern Vietnam. The menu consists of familiar favourites like curries (served in clay pots) as well as more adventurous options including stir-fried frogs legs and stir-fried eel accompanied with lemongrass and chilli. This venue operates a BYOB policy with a corkage fee ranging from £2.50-£3.00 per person, depending on the day. 122 Kingsland Rd, E2 8DP, mientay.co.uk Green Papaya Xi'Viet This popular haunt combines traditional Vietnam cuisine with dishes of the region of Xi’an (the capital of Shaanxi Province in central China). Make sure you try their selection of Phos including the Pho Bo Tai (rare beef). Menu highlights include a Bun thit & Nem Nuong, which is vermicelli with BBQ belly pork and a spring roll. 97 Kingsland Rd, E2 8AG, green-papaya.com
Kingsland Road
Shoreditch's Pho Mile - Vietnamese Food Heaven. While Brick Lane is well known for its curry mile, east London also has another lesser-known mile to its name – the Pho Mile. It's taken over Kingsland Road over the past few decades but the spot has always played an important part in Shoreditch's history – it used to be a Roman road that marked the way to Kingsland, an old settlement that sits in modern day Dalston. What is it? The Pho Mile refers to the area that’s saturated in Vietnamese restaurants, stretching from Shoreditch High Street station to Hoxton. Many restaurants are just doors apart, all boasting different kinds of Vietnamese treats. As with the Brick Lane curry houses, these are not high-end spots – but that wouldn’t be in-keeping with the Kingsland Road vibe, after all. Despite the understated looks, there's a focus on authentic dishes and many make for the perfect pre-going out pit spot with good food and generous BYOB policies, where there's little or no corkage. The restaurants Below are my favourites, though it's worth simply heading out and trying to get through them all at one point or another. BunBunBun Vietamese feasting: BunBunBun's bites The clue’s in the name. This restaurant specialises in Bun cha, a traditional Hanoi dish of grilled pork with white rice noodles. As well as Bun cha, it offers both familiar and lesser-known dishes covering delicacies from all over Vietnam. Expect both street food style dishes and traditional hearty mains. Highlights include the honey marinated chargrilled pork belly slices to start and the spicy lemongrass beef brisket bun as a main. 134B Kingsland Road, E2 8DY LoongKee This venue's decor is simple and stripped back, with sole attention on the food. Try the prawn and tofu summer rolls here as well as the flavoursome Pho noodle soups. Expect it to be buzzy – after all, it also operates a BYOB policy. 134G Kingsland Rd, E2 8DY Viet Hoa Located in the middle of the Pho Mile, this Shoreditch restaurant has a rich history. It was originally established as a small canteen to provide affordable food for Vietnamese refugees who escaped the communist regime in Vietnam. Now the hearty menu boasts all kinds of dishes from traditional Phos, bun noodles, seafood, salads and meats. There’s also a strong veggie offering with a vegetarian platter, veggie tempura and deep fried tofu. 70-72 Kingsland Rd, E2 8DP, viethoarestaurant.co.uk Mien Tay This family run restaurant also has branches in Fulham and Battersea but all outlets serve traditional dishes local to the Mien Tay region in Southern Vietnam. The menu consists of familiar favourites like curries (served in clay pots) as well as more adventurous options including stir-fried frogs legs and stir-fried eel accompanied with lemongrass and chilli. This venue operates a BYOB policy with a corkage fee ranging from £2.50-£3.00 per person, depending on the day. 122 Kingsland Rd, E2 8DP, mientay.co.uk Green Papaya Xi'Viet This popular haunt combines traditional Vietnam cuisine with dishes of the region of Xi’an (the capital of Shaanxi Province in central China). Make sure you try their selection of Phos including the Pho Bo Tai (rare beef). Menu highlights include a Bun thit & Nem Nuong, which is vermicelli with BBQ belly pork and a spring roll. 97 Kingsland Rd, E2 8AG, green-papaya.com
Aussie created and Asia inspired fried chicken with sours. Do try the watermelon salad and the kimchi, don't order too much! This place never disappoints and worth booking after 8pm.
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Chick 'n' Sours
390 Kingsland Rd
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Aussie created and Asia inspired fried chicken with sours. Do try the watermelon salad and the kimchi, don't order too much! This place never disappoints and worth booking after 8pm.
Walk from the flat along the Regents Canal to Victoria Park and grab a Tumeric Bun or an Sri Lankan inspired breakfast. Also in Broadway Market and Newquay, Cornwall. Highly recommend and go early on the weekends.
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Pavilion Cafe
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Walk from the flat along the Regents Canal to Victoria Park and grab a Tumeric Bun or an Sri Lankan inspired breakfast. Also in Broadway Market and Newquay, Cornwall. Highly recommend and go early on the weekends.
Jump on the 141 bus north to Little Istanbul! Green Lanes in Haringey is to Turkish food what Savile Row is to suits (without the tourists and the hefty price tag). The many restaurants offer fresh meats, impeccable service, delicious free tea. Definitely worth a trip and caters for large groups too. I'd book
Gokyuzu Restaurant
26-28 Grand Parade
Jump on the 141 bus north to Little Istanbul! Green Lanes in Haringey is to Turkish food what Savile Row is to suits (without the tourists and the hefty price tag). The many restaurants offer fresh meats, impeccable service, delicious free tea. Definitely worth a trip and caters for large groups too. I'd book
Walk there via the Regents Canal path or take a bus from Essex Road. Upper Street is the main shopping street of the Islington district of inner north London, and carries the A1 road. It begins at the junction of the A1 and Pentonville Road and City Road, and runs roughly northwards past Angel Underground station, then past the Business Design Centre, then splits at Islington Green (where Essex Road, formerly named Lower Street, branches off), then past the Screen on the Green cinema, the town hall, ending at Highbury & Islington tube station on Highbury corner, where the A1 carries on as Holloway Road. The southernmost 500 metres (0.31 mi), from the junction to Islington Green, also carries the historical name of Islington's High Street. It contains many fashionable shops, pubs, restaurants and theatres, including the now closed Granita restaurant where Tony Blair and Gordon Brown were said to have made their deal on the future leadership of the Labour Party.
Upper Street
Walk there via the Regents Canal path or take a bus from Essex Road. Upper Street is the main shopping street of the Islington district of inner north London, and carries the A1 road. It begins at the junction of the A1 and Pentonville Road and City Road, and runs roughly northwards past Angel Underground station, then past the Business Design Centre, then splits at Islington Green (where Essex Road, formerly named Lower Street, branches off), then past the Screen on the Green cinema, the town hall, ending at Highbury & Islington tube station on Highbury corner, where the A1 carries on as Holloway Road. The southernmost 500 metres (0.31 mi), from the junction to Islington Green, also carries the historical name of Islington's High Street. It contains many fashionable shops, pubs, restaurants and theatres, including the now closed Granita restaurant where Tony Blair and Gordon Brown were said to have made their deal on the future leadership of the Labour Party.
How's your jet lag? E5 Bakehouse opens at 7am - 7days a week, is a great place to go for coffee, breakfast and sourdough supplies if you're up early! Walk east via De Beauvoir Square and Albion Drive (20mins). If you're here longer why not book a class and learn how to make Sourdough.
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E5 Bakehouse
395 Mentmore Terrace
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How's your jet lag? E5 Bakehouse opens at 7am - 7days a week, is a great place to go for coffee, breakfast and sourdough supplies if you're up early! Walk east via De Beauvoir Square and Albion Drive (20mins). If you're here longer why not book a class and learn how to make Sourdough.
'Butcher's shop by day; restaurant by night, with a central marble-topped table, counters around the edge and a friendly, lively feel' - Michelin Guide (If you like your meat red, this place is pretty awesome).
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Hill & Szrok Master Butcher & Cookshop
60 Broadway Market
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'Butcher's shop by day; restaurant by night, with a central marble-topped table, counters around the edge and a friendly, lively feel' - Michelin Guide (If you like your meat red, this place is pretty awesome).
Drinks & Nightlife
Going out. Here's some options
Comedy Shows At The Free Association, 113 Southgate Road, N1 3JS (above the De Beauvoir Arms). All tickets are £6 or less, or £9 for both shows in a double bill. Tickets are available on the door 30 minutes before the show, but it's always best to book in advance!
The Free Association
Comedy Shows At The Free Association, 113 Southgate Road, N1 3JS (above the De Beauvoir Arms). All tickets are £6 or less, or £9 for both shows in a double bill. Tickets are available on the door 30 minutes before the show, but it's always best to book in advance!
BOOK EARLY: Virtual Reality pods, food and cocktails When it's time to take off, you and your friends will each step into our sense-hacking immersion rooms. You will travel to a boundless world of natural beauty: the perfect antidote to the chaos of urban living. Feel the sun beat down on your face as you emerge from the cave. Feel the wind in your hair as you slide down a vast mountain. Feel the thud beneath your feet of a new land to explore. Step inside and leave it all behind.
OTHERWORLD
336 Acton Mews
BOOK EARLY: Virtual Reality pods, food and cocktails When it's time to take off, you and your friends will each step into our sense-hacking immersion rooms. You will travel to a boundless world of natural beauty: the perfect antidote to the chaos of urban living. Feel the sun beat down on your face as you emerge from the cave. Feel the wind in your hair as you slide down a vast mountain. Feel the thud beneath your feet of a new land to explore. Step inside and leave it all behind.
Great place for Mum and Dad or your friends. Book a table and play some board games. Brick-lined hangout in a railway arch offering beer, a huge library of board games & cafe bites.
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Draughts - Hackney
337 Acton Mews
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Great place for Mum and Dad or your friends. Book a table and play some board games. Brick-lined hangout in a railway arch offering beer, a huge library of board games & cafe bites.
On paper, Mare Street Market is a confusing place: a restaurant, café, wine bar and deli where you can record a podcast, buy a plant and shop for antique furniture. In reality though, it’s really just one big food hall-style dining room, with a couple of shops at the entrance and a café serving coffee and sandwiches by the door. The Open Kitchen takes up most of the space – it’s big, vibey and beautiful, with communal tables, soft couches and greenery everywhere you look. Don’t veer off-track and end up eating at the slightly more formal Dining Room section (you’ll see it – the ceiling is covered in antique chandeliers). Though it’s lovely, the food is better, and cheaper, in the main area. The menu has something for everyone: burgers, salads, wood-fired pizza and loads of hearty, vegetarian-friendly options. The pumpkin gnocchi with brown butter and crispy sage is a must-try (it was creamy and delicious; the perfect winter comfort food), followed by a crispy vegetarian scotch egg filled with a moreish, spicy green dahl.
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Mare street market
117 Mare St
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On paper, Mare Street Market is a confusing place: a restaurant, café, wine bar and deli where you can record a podcast, buy a plant and shop for antique furniture. In reality though, it’s really just one big food hall-style dining room, with a couple of shops at the entrance and a café serving coffee and sandwiches by the door. The Open Kitchen takes up most of the space – it’s big, vibey and beautiful, with communal tables, soft couches and greenery everywhere you look. Don’t veer off-track and end up eating at the slightly more formal Dining Room section (you’ll see it – the ceiling is covered in antique chandeliers). Though it’s lovely, the food is better, and cheaper, in the main area. The menu has something for everyone: burgers, salads, wood-fired pizza and loads of hearty, vegetarian-friendly options. The pumpkin gnocchi with brown butter and crispy sage is a must-try (it was creamy and delicious; the perfect winter comfort food), followed by a crispy vegetarian scotch egg filled with a moreish, spicy green dahl.
Beautiful old boozer with a really nice interior and a young crowd. Come here after browsing Broadway Market or a cheeky mid-week catch up with mates. It gets busy but has a great vibe regardless so don't let that put you off. The WiFi is good if you need to work in the day.
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The Cat & Mutton
76 Broadway Market
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Beautiful old boozer with a really nice interior and a young crowd. Come here after browsing Broadway Market or a cheeky mid-week catch up with mates. It gets busy but has a great vibe regardless so don't let that put you off. The WiFi is good if you need to work in the day.
Parks and Outdoor
Nearby parks and outdoor activities
Do you run or like to stretch your legs? From the studio, a loop including Shoreditch Park is about a 3k. (includes a mulched running track). Great views of the city's skycrapers & the site of Gainsborough Studios where Hitchcock movies were made. This is an urban London park and an unusal spot in London to have so much space. If your visit coincides with a Flyover, this is exact spot where aircraft sync their formation before getting to Buckingham Palace. This is the place to hire your Boris (Santander) Bike and explore the city. If you are interested in a guided walk/run or cycle to secret spots in London, get in touch for prices.
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Shoreditch Park
188 New N Rd
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Do you run or like to stretch your legs? From the studio, a loop including Shoreditch Park is about a 3k. (includes a mulched running track). Great views of the city's skycrapers & the site of Gainsborough Studios where Hitchcock movies were made. This is an urban London park and an unusal spot in London to have so much space. If your visit coincides with a Flyover, this is exact spot where aircraft sync their formation before getting to Buckingham Palace. This is the place to hire your Boris (Santander) Bike and explore the city. If you are interested in a guided walk/run or cycle to secret spots in London, get in touch for prices.
Do you run or like to stretch your legs or fancy a flat cycle without crossing roads? Leave the studio and take a right down Southgate Road to the Regents Canal. Follow the canal (left) east to Victoria Park, one of London's best and largest parks and complete a full loop (2 parts to the park). There are two cafes inside the park serving really incredible hipster food and plenty of free toilet facilities. From the studio, a loop of the entire park is exactly 10k although you can choose a slightly shorter route. If you are interested in a guided walk/run or cycle to secret spots in London, get in touch for prices.
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Victoria Park
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Do you run or like to stretch your legs or fancy a flat cycle without crossing roads? Leave the studio and take a right down Southgate Road to the Regents Canal. Follow the canal (left) east to Victoria Park, one of London's best and largest parks and complete a full loop (2 parts to the park). There are two cafes inside the park serving really incredible hipster food and plenty of free toilet facilities. From the studio, a loop of the entire park is exactly 10k although you can choose a slightly shorter route. If you are interested in a guided walk/run or cycle to secret spots in London, get in touch for prices.
An incredible new park in London. Well worth a visit, lots to do. Stunning views of London. If you are interested in a guided walk/run or cycle to secret spots in London, get in touch for prices.
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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
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An incredible new park in London. Well worth a visit, lots to do. Stunning views of London. If you are interested in a guided walk/run or cycle to secret spots in London, get in touch for prices.
If you've never been to Hampstead Heath you should give it a go. There is London Overground train from Canonbury directly to the park. If you are interested in a guided walk/run or cycle to secret spots in London, get in touch for prices.
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Hampstead Heath
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If you've never been to Hampstead Heath you should give it a go. There is London Overground train from Canonbury directly to the park. If you are interested in a guided walk/run or cycle to secret spots in London, get in touch for prices.
Lovely little park very close to the flat. Great for catching a few rays of sunshine. Take your lunch and put your feet up.
De Beauvoir Square, Hackney
Lovely little park very close to the flat. Great for catching a few rays of sunshine. Take your lunch and put your feet up.
Lies just north of Broadway Market this lovely park has now been transformed into a mecca for trendy East Londoners on sunny days. It's surrounded by tonnes of amazing food and drink options. Walk from the flat to London Fields via the Canal (Eastbound).
London Fields Park
Lies just north of Broadway Market this lovely park has now been transformed into a mecca for trendy East Londoners on sunny days. It's surrounded by tonnes of amazing food and drink options. Walk from the flat to London Fields via the Canal (Eastbound).
Heated 50m x 50m outdoor pool. Open every day at 6.30 am closes every at 9pm. Incredible place to swim all year round.
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London Fields Lido
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Heated 50m x 50m outdoor pool. Open every day at 6.30 am closes every at 9pm. Incredible place to swim all year round.
A short bus ride north on the 141 or a longer 25 minute walk will take you to Clissold Park. Enjoy food and gallery options at Clissold House. If you love Bambi, check out the deer park at the city farm enclosure. This park is a short walk from the fashionable eating and shopping area of Stoke Newington.
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The House at Clissold Park
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A short bus ride north on the 141 or a longer 25 minute walk will take you to Clissold Park. Enjoy food and gallery options at Clissold House. If you love Bambi, check out the deer park at the city farm enclosure. This park is a short walk from the fashionable eating and shopping area of Stoke Newington.
Groceries and ATMs
These grocery options are all a couple of minutes walk from the flat.
Every little helps at Tesco (ATM here). This is the site where Joseph Stalin, Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky gathered together for the first time under one roof for the 5th Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party in 1907 to argue for armed uprising against the Tzars.
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Tesco Express
14-18 Southgate Rd
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Every little helps at Tesco (ATM here). This is the site where Joseph Stalin, Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky gathered together for the first time under one roof for the 5th Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party in 1907 to argue for armed uprising against the Tzars.
Great local store open early, closes late. Free ATM on site
Londis
109 Southgate Rd
Great local store open early, closes late. Free ATM on site
10 minutes walk from the flat this brand new super sized food hall has everything you'll need to keep you going during your stay.
M&S Dalston Foodhall
51-57 Kingsland High St
10 minutes walk from the flat this brand new super sized food hall has everything you'll need to keep you going during your stay.
Neighbourhoods
Broadway Market is an east London street running from London Fields to the Regent's Canal in the London Borough of Hackney. Walk east along The Regents Canal (20mins). Must see local food and clothing market on Saturdays - 120 stalls. Hipster central! Great food options all day and at night too. Arguably London’s hippest market, this Hackney stalwart is a weekend destination for fresh produce, vintage clothes and delicious street food. Broadway Market continues to thrive following its clever makeover nearly 15 years ago. This compact Hackney street, which neatly connects London Fields to the Regent’s Canal, has had a traditional fruit and veg market since the 1890s. But it went into steep decline in the ‘80s, and trade had all but petered out before the community relaunched it in 2004. Now taking place on Saturday from 9am-5pm, Broadway Market is a bustling hub for the Hackney hipsters and East End creatives who have settled down and started families. It now welcomes around 135 stalls selling a fabulous array of fresh produce, vintage clothes, flowers, coffee, books and groceries. There’s also plenty of delectable street food, including Deeney’s toasted sandwiches, Fin and Founder’s crab-cake burgers, Floris Bakery’s chocolate eclairs and the modern cult classic Yorkshire Burrito.
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Broadway Market
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Broadway Market is an east London street running from London Fields to the Regent's Canal in the London Borough of Hackney. Walk east along The Regents Canal (20mins). Must see local food and clothing market on Saturdays - 120 stalls. Hipster central! Great food options all day and at night too. Arguably London’s hippest market, this Hackney stalwart is a weekend destination for fresh produce, vintage clothes and delicious street food. Broadway Market continues to thrive following its clever makeover nearly 15 years ago. This compact Hackney street, which neatly connects London Fields to the Regent’s Canal, has had a traditional fruit and veg market since the 1890s. But it went into steep decline in the ‘80s, and trade had all but petered out before the community relaunched it in 2004. Now taking place on Saturday from 9am-5pm, Broadway Market is a bustling hub for the Hackney hipsters and East End creatives who have settled down and started families. It now welcomes around 135 stalls selling a fabulous array of fresh produce, vintage clothes, flowers, coffee, books and groceries. There’s also plenty of delectable street food, including Deeney’s toasted sandwiches, Fin and Founder’s crab-cake burgers, Floris Bakery’s chocolate eclairs and the modern cult classic Yorkshire Burrito.
Wake up on Sunday and take a walk to the beautiful Colombia Road. On Sunday the street is transformed into oasis of foliage and flowers. Everything from bedding plants to 10 foot banana trees are up for grabs. Also great food and drink options for breakfast + artisan shops and galleries. 25 minutes walk from the flat (take the canal east to Queensbridge Road and walk south to the market). Opens just before 8am on Sunday.
Columbia Road
Wake up on Sunday and take a walk to the beautiful Colombia Road. On Sunday the street is transformed into oasis of foliage and flowers. Everything from bedding plants to 10 foot banana trees are up for grabs. Also great food and drink options for breakfast + artisan shops and galleries. 25 minutes walk from the flat (take the canal east to Queensbridge Road and walk south to the market). Opens just before 8am on Sunday.