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An indoor, street food night market set in a 2,500 capacity warehouse in Canada Water.
The largest of two all-year-round London venues from street food market giants Street Feast, Hawker House is open every Friday and Saturday night from 5pm until midnight, and plays host to a rotating line-up of 12 global food stalls and eight bars. The expansive open-plan space is set across two levels: on the ground floor there are long trestle tables and plenty of mixed seating, with the assorted food stalls arranged around the edges; upstairs you'll find drinks vendors, plus more seating.
Food options are varied, and include vegan tacos from the highly rated Club Mexicana, fried chicken from Mother Clucker, and seafood from the excellently named Prawnography. Drink options look equally good: there’s a Whisky Bar offering over 50 varieties and a game of Whisky Roulette (£8 a spin), plus a ‘secret’ bar called The 86, which you enter via a hidden door.
The atmosphere is bustling, with a resident DJ every night and graffiti decorating the walls, but the vibe is family-friendly, the spaciousness of the warehouse making Hawker House one of Street Feast’s more relaxed venues. During the winter it's completely covered and heated, but in the summer Hawker House gains ‘The Land of Bamboo’, an extra 1,000 capacity outdoor area with sandpits, trampolines, tiki huts and a firepit. Entry is free before 7pm, £3 afterwards, and the venue accepts both cash and card.