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Number 90

Restaurants, Eclectic Hackney Wick
5 out of 5 stars
(56user reviews)
Number 90

Time Out says

A Hackney Wick bar and kitchen, Number 90 boasts a great canalside location, on the banks of the Lee Navigation. Drinks by the water prove popular when the sun shines but food is a draw, too. Expect a menu ranging from chicken wings and mac and cheese balls to salads, burgers, a range of fries and indulgent desserts. Keep an eye out for DJ sets from credible acts, too.



Address: 90
Main Yard
Wallis Road
E9 5LN
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5 out of 5 stars

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4.6 / 5

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I have to agree with other reviews in that this place has a lot of potential, however for me not somewhere I would rush back to! It is large but nothing special on the inside and could do so much more with it. Although it obviously works for them as the place was rammed, we had a table reserved thankfully so had a little more space but it was so crowded and so busy which made getting served very difficult! There was a vibe in here that made me feel like a student again and not in a good way, for me, much nicer places to go to for a drink in East London. 


There’s something about East London. Maybe it’s the East’s ability to turn something dilapidated into something cool? I certainly think so and I’m happy to confirm that Number 90 Bar & Kitchen carries on that long line of tradition of turning a seemingly abandoned space into something hip much like it’s many the brethren that's come before it.

Outside and inside, it looks like a shack. But the folks here have turned it into a cool space with a live performance area for live music. The walls are painted with these cool graffiti art typical of East London, long communal tables that accommodate a group of chums, and there’s an outdoor terrace right by the canal which any reasonable person can see will be amazing in the summer. It’s pretty spacious

If you’re a foodie, you’re in luck. The TNG burger is insanely good. Don’t be put off by the activated charcoal burger. It doesn’t taste like charcoal and is only there for aesthetics. It’s one of the best burgers I’ve ever had. Halloumi is excellent (cheese always is) although a bit too little for my liking. Those with a penchant for the sweet stuff will absolutely love the chocolate pizza. It surprised me just how much there was! Rich, chewy, generous, you’ve simply got to try it. Wash it all down with a craft beer from one of their many taps.

Check out their menu and their website before you go - they do regular deals like 2-4-1 burgers on a certain day. 

No, Number 90 won’t win awards for fine dining. But Number 90 is where the cool and hip and young people hang out. Gorgeous location by the canal, scrumptious food and live music mean Number 90 get’s the big nod of approval from me. 

Came here for brunch with 15 minutes to spare - tried to order but they said the brunch was no longer available. (at 1:45 PM) fine, ordered lunch. Server staff were not great. They forgot my beer, I had to literally wave down someone to get it since I had already paid, and also get some ketchup for our food. Atmosphere however is really cool, chill and they were playing good music. Looked like an event was about to happen soon. I would come back just for drinks, not sure about food.

Surprisingly good Sunday roast (pork) - usually come here for the drinks but will make it a destination for food too now.

This is an amazing space with loads of potential - right on the canal, lovely big terrace, so much space....


Number 90 need to up their game when it comes to their staff. Being asked to leave literally 5 minutes after buying a large glass of wine is enough to leave a sour taste in anyone's mouth. When we politely pointed out that we'd only just bought our drinks the security guard told us we could decant it into a plastic cup. umm no thanks. 

Perhaps stop serving in adequate time so you don't have to have a massive stress and aggressively shove people out onto the street. I think the only thing less comfortable than being abruptly ordered to leave was watching an increasingly irate security guard bellowing at two guys to leave despite the fact that their meals had only arrived about 15 mins earlier. Not to mention they had a whole bottle of wine. 

I lived in Hackney for four years and know from experience that there are plenty of amazing places that won't treat their customers like this. Actually in many places you're made to feel part of a family and there's a really nice local vibe. 

Number 90 needs to step up in this respect as it overshadows all the good stuff they've got going on. it's a shame.

So much wasted potential here, the venue is spacious and in a lovely setting on the canal front. The food is actually very good as well. However, I've been a few times now and the service is pretty poor, on my last 2 occasions they have forgotten someone's meal entirely among other issues. The furniture could also do with a revamp, I know people are looking for that rustic, hipster look but sometimes it just doesn't work, nobody likes to sit on broken seats or splintered wood. Considering the competition around Hackney Wick, this is not quite competing with the better ones

One of the go-to places in Hackney Wick right now. Spacious warehouse with multiple uses. By day, cool place for a beer or lunch, especially during sunny days, by night – party central!

My first visit here was for this great underground rave party that changes locations and I was surprised to hear this is actually a good restaurant by day as well. Since then, been here on quieter evenings out as and has very pleasant and cool atmosphere. Terrace by the river is especially enchanting. Half-Baked party that was organised here was a success, so much so, that the wait in line was for 1 hour and a half, so maybe next time, cooperate with organisers for more efficient security. Other than that, awesome place!

Stood 1hour 40minutes in the queue yesterday as we've been told 'everyone is equal and everyone is getting in eventually' and was turned away with no explanation!!! Absolutely ruined mine and my friends night, especially when we had friends inside waiting for us! Thanks 90.. Never coming back again


This is a really cool space which is pretty massive and an ideal place to come on a summer's evening if you want to sit by the canal on their Terraza. Wine is served in tumblers which I enjoy because it means i'm less likely to knock it flying with a rogue swing of my hand, and there is a good choice of beers and wines as well as cocktails. Prices are reasonable.

What let this place down, however, is the beyond rude security staff who, with no warning what-so-ever, 10 minutes after we had purchased a few glasses of wine, told us we had to leave because they were closing. This was at 10:45. He said we could decant our wine into a plastic cup but we were to leave right away. No last order warnings, no "just so you know we're closing in 15 minutes" or anything like that. He even told two chaps at a table near to us that they would have to decant their food that they were still in the midst of eating into a take away box. They could do the same with their freshly opened bottle of red. It put a really sour taste on the experience of the place and if I were the management i'd want to have a pretty stern word with the security staff and ask them to find some manners as that is no way to treat a customer who has just spent money with the place. I'd also advise the bar staff not to accept orders for food or large drink orders within half an hour of the place closing. Common sense, no?

A real shame as the place is obviously a really fun place to enjoy a drink or dinner with friends, with a lovely canal side setting

Last month, I visited Hackney Wick area for the first time and I absolutely loved it. One of the place, I've recently discovered is the 90 Bar and Kitchen. I had tickets for a 'Tropical Day & Night Canal-Side Summer Party' they were organizing that day. But I was not impressed as they seemed not ready for the event. It was empty, poorly decorated and the kitchen was not working. Thankfully the weather was good and we had drinks on the canal-side but had to leave to get some food elsewhere and go back. The service at the bar was quite slow and not very friendly. But I'm not giving up on this place yet as some of my friends told me it was a nice place to chill out and enjoy a Sunday Roast. So I might go back for a 2nd visit later this Summer.


Opening its doors to the trendy set of Hackney Wick in 2014, Number 90 is a canal-side bar and kitchen on the fringes of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The décor is ramshackle, industrial and quirky- basically it’s an East London archetype- and the spacious interior (think converted warehouse floor) permits the venue to host an extensive range of goings-on: their events calendar is filled with everything from bingo nights to wild late-night DJ sets. The versatility of Number 90 is its major appeal and it’s already established as a hub of activity amongst the locals. It also offers an extensive and eclectic cocktail menu and delivers an all-day food menu featuring local produce.

On Sundays, Number 90 exclusively serves roasts, offering the full gamut: lamb, beef, chicken, pork and a nut roast. Children eat for free and the prices are reasonable at £13 a plate (or £10.50 for the vegetarians). Reservations are recommended, but we had no problem being seated when we showed up without one. The atmosphere is casual yet buzzy- there was a cross-section of people, including families, large comradely groups and whispering couples, all enjoying the peaceful view of the canal boats slinking by.

Bar staff tend to be slightly aloof while not entirely unfriendly. We always have to make it pointedly obvious that we want to order drinks and are never asked. The range of beer available- especially given the proximity to so many microbreweries- is slightly lacklustre.

On our first meal experience at Number 90, we had extremely pleasant servers once seated. It gets busy on Sundays and once your roast order is taken, it can be challenging to flag down the servers for additional drinks or the bill. We were pressed to order as soon as we were seated and given the option to pay in advance- we were thankfully not in a rush, but this tacitly acknowledged how overstretched the servers can be. During our meal, we were kept waiting on a pint and when it finally arrived, it was the wrong beer.

On the upside, the roasts do come out of the kitchen promptly- we ordered lamb and chicken and the sizes were portioned, but not inadequate. The lamb rump arrived in slices, encrusted in a blend of spices and seasoning, well-cooked and complemented with a generous splodge of mint sauce. The lemon chicken was also well-seasoned and moist throughout; however, it was a stingy quarter- just a leg- and there was little tender breast meat on the bone, which was a slight disappointment. Both roasts were accompanied by a jug of gravy, roast potatoes, a medley of vibrant vegetables, including broccoli, baby carrots and- curiously- roast beetroot. A smallish Yorkshire pudding was perched on the plate, which lacked the imperfect lumpiness of a homemade yorkie that I expect from less gastronomically ambitious kitchens.

On the whole, the trimmings on the plate were decent, the gravy arrived in a good portion and we polished everything off happily. The value of the roast is standard- I was expecting something slightly stodgier, rustic and saturated in gravy, but they were much more refined. The real value of the Sunday lunch lies in the venue itself, which is idyllically located and unexpectedly relaxed and inviting. There is also an outdoor seated area overlooking the canal, which will offer a superb grazing spot in the summer months.

For a decent roast in breezy surroundings, Number 90 is a good bet. Given its busy events calendar, you’ll also find something for everyone (if roasts aren’t your thing). 


A multi function venue; Bar 90 is an ideal place for dinner in an industrial setting and bottomless brunches but they also host a pretty good party. Many labels have residencies and events, the main one being Half Baked. The staff are super friendly and serve up some amazing cocktails.

This place also looks over Regents' Canal which can be enjoyed all year round as during the winter months they have the outside deck fully under cover and heated.


Just fantastic! I stopped there after a long walk from Stoke Newington along the canal as a reward for all my hard physical exercise. I wasn't disappointed: awesome cocktails (unexpectedly really expensive though!), mulled stuff, tasty desserts, lova lova music (I don't know what else to call it, it was ROMANTIC), terrace over looking the canal, hot tubs, friendly staff. What else could you ask for? Recommend: a short 10 mins walk to Victoria Park afterwards.


I love this place! During the day you can get a nice cup of cappuccino, in the evenings a decent meal and at night it's one of the coolest places to hang out in Hackney Wick. They also host the bi-weekly Half Baked parties that last into early hours. Good place to host birthday parties with large groups. A bit of travel from the rest of London, but worth your trip!

one of the trendiest places in East London where you can chill, eat, drink and party with your mates.

Mouth Watering Food, Awesome Views, Banging Party's, Always Cool People, Much Love from Turkey! Peace :)x


Good vibes, good music and a good selection of beers. Perfect for a few casual drinks down by the canal at the weekend or early evening but things get a bit more upbeat as the night rolls on. Service at the bar can be slow though.

Such great nights at this fun, vibrant venue! Always interesting nights and events! love hackney wick!

everything in one workshops , cinema nights , restaurant , live bands, djs .... you name it ! this place is the BOMB !

Best atmosphere, Great food, Best staff and the perfect place to go and chill with friends

Great venue, with superb staff, cool music and nicest vibe in East London. Definitely recommended!

Simply unic! By the canal, good food, good atmospher, good people, always good music and events, good times, staff is lovely, good drinks, real smiles and as a man, amazing girls! The place to go!

Love this place.. Great vibe, amazing venue.. Lush food!! I'm visiting again for SURE :)

Great mixture of Good food, delightful drinks, vibrant music and wicked art all of that on the canal side!!!! AWESOME PLACE !

best and most unpretentious place in Hackney wick to chill. Plus only place with regular music/bingo/comedy nights. The guys running it built everything themselves over the course of a year.

Best venue to play, amazing staff, amazing crowd, amazing food and amazing environment. Feels just like home.

I've been to n90 few times and what I love of this place is the variety of art, music & food in one place .

Number 90 is Hackneys hidden gem. A multi-talented restaurant, bar, events space and music venue the whole year round. An amazing, friendly team of staff who always make you feel welcome, great food, lovely cocktails and quite often, some
Of the best DJ's/musical talents in the world. All this set against the backdrop of the Olympic park......absolutely love this place. :)

This space has everything what east London needs ! I go there very often for exhibitions and bingo night . 


Giant mural at the front? Yes, you’re in Hackney and the best of it if you ask me.

This space is huge – loads of seats and areas to stand, so you and your friends can chat away all night. The terrace overlooks Queen Olympic Park and the river Lea which gives a calm, smooth vibe to the place. Menu is a bit small but food is great with burgers cooked to perfection. As for the drinks, try the cocktails. With unusual ingredients such as rosemary, jellybeans and guava juice, they’re full of surprising flavours.

And… (wait for it)… they have hot tubs. Yes, you read that correctly. For £20 to £25 per couple of hours, you can soak in the warm water, while drinking cocktails and looking at the barges passing by on the river. What more do you want?

This place is the bomb! Get yourself there.


Tucked away by a canal in an industrial estate in Hackney, this venue is definitely not somewhere you stumble across, rather make a decision to go to. With a newly decorated facade painted by graffiti artists, the place has an indoor area with DJs, food and cocktails, as well as an outdoor balcony area where smokers can indulge and chat. Everyone gets ushered inside at around 10pm due to noise affecting residents and the place closed at 11.30pm when previously I'd been there, it was open past midnight. Also, watch out for the smoke generated by the hot tub popup that's appeared next door. Those wood burners can gas you out if the wind is blowing the wrong way.

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