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Chatsworth Road Market

Shopping, Music and entertainment Lea Bridge
5 out of 5 stars
(12user reviews)
Jean Goldsmith Chatsworth Road Market

A Sunday market predominantly selling food.

Although you’ll find some everyday items and antiques at this little Sunday market (11am-4pm), located between Homerton High Street, Lower Clapton Road and Lea Bridge Road, it specialises in street food, selling everything from sushi rolls to haggis. There are the obligatory fancy cheese, cakes and bread stalls, some of which you’ll recognise from Broadway Market, as well as fresh fish and organic meats on sale. A brilliant greengrocers sits at the upper end, while an upmarket Spar near Homerton Station, which has the cute Castle Cinema above it, is the place to pick up olive oils and wine. A row of independent shops selling gifts, antiques, children’s clothes, toys, and pet grooming supplies runs up the street. Alim Kheraj

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Venue name: Chatsworth Road Market
Address: Chatsworth Road Market
E5 0LH
Opening hours: Sun: 10am-4pm
Transport: Tube: Hackney Central Overground
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Just get there on a Sunday for the cheese at the Raw Cheese Power stall. Best cheese selection in London.

Great local Sunday market with food and vintage stuff. Could be even better if bigger !

We love this little market! Loads of super tasty food and always really friendly. Hope it gets pedestrianised soon as they are trying for!

A brilliant friendly Sunday street market with lots of interesting food stalls, clothes, fresh organic vegetables, flowers, cheese, cakes, jewellery and bric-a-brac - perfect to while away the day. Chatsworth Road is full of cafes and when the market closes you can just amble over to the Elderfield pub who have free jazz sessions in the afternoon.

Run by local volunteers to bring a bit of sunshine to a Sunday stroll around Clapton. Always a great selection of stalls and places to eat.

Brilliant local market, lovely food, nice vibes, ,friendly stall holders. Great veg stall in teh school too!

Enuff already. I regularly buy bread at Percy Ingle and get jerk chicken from Too Sweet at least once a week - I also trade and shop at the market - you can do both!

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