Broadway market is a street full of great cafes, bars and restaurants. Every Saturday, there’s a market from 7am - 3:30/4pm, where you’ll find some very nice food, homewares and clothing.
Walking past Haggerston park, Broadway market is a further 7 to 10 mins. Full of independent shops, cafes and bars. Great for groceries. Saturday is the farmers market and it becomes a bustling street with great produce for farmers from vegetables to meat, cakes and preserves.
Broadway Market is one of London's historic markets - and in fact its roots can be traced back 3000 years to Roman times. These days it's a beautiful working Victorian Street that hosts many independent shops, bars and restaurants, and on a Saturday has one of London's best markets. You can spend an…
Broadway Market / London Fields is a vibrant area day or night. It is also a great place to join the regents canal and either walk east towards Hackney Wick or the other way towards Victoria Park.
A great market with food, crafts, fashion and other interesting stalls. Only open on Saturday morning until 4pm.
Great place to go on Saturdays - if you are lucky and it’s sunny you can also chill in London Fields next to it
Stroll through the market, stop for a drink or people watch - it's perfect to spot affluent Londoners pretend they are struggling artists.
A bit more up-market than Brick Lane, great food and drink options as well as fantastic pubs, bars and restaurants
Located at the bottom of London Fields Park. For foodies and can be part of a great East London walk. London Fields is also home to an outdoor Olympic sized swimming pool.
A wonderful Saturday market, with street food, clothes, music, you name it! On other days of the week, it's a great place to go out to eat, with many restaurants and cafes with outside tables. There is also a chemist here and a medical centre if you need one.
Go here on a Saturday, the market is vibrant, food is delicious and you’ll want to take photos and videos of everyone on the street - so nice!
“many fun independent shops, pubs and bars, cafes bakeries and restaurants... Fun for a browse, mainly clothes and shoes, but also violins and stained glass during the daytime. In the evening a good destination if you fancy a wander to choose a local bar and eatery. Also good for a walk in Clissold Park ( has and aviary and dear and a cafe) or Abney Cemetery ( atmospheric and spooky cemetery with a hidden chapel right in the middle)”
“The area around Brick Lane was once associated the scene of the crime for the Jack the Ripper murders. Nowadays, it's extremely popular with London’s edgy and artistic crowd, featuring galleries, restaurants, markets and festivals throughout the year. My favourite part is the curry though! The best in the city! Be sure to go there on Sunday.”
“Nice little farmers market that opens at 10am on Sunday mornings. About a 20 minute walk from the flat.”
“Great spot for people watching and a beautiful spot to grab a coffee/snack.”
“Come here on Sunday. It’s true, the market gets very crowded, but it’s lovely to come here and hear the sellers scream how beautiful their peonies are, or to hear the many musicians playing around the market!”