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Netil Market

Shopping, Street vendors Hackney
4 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

A low-key creative market with some delicious street food.

While Broadway Market is clogged with whippet-walkers, busking indie bands and buggies, Netil Market (just a short hop away) is an altogether more sedate affair. Open every day from 11am-6pm, it’s the brainchild of a local creative community based nearby at Netil House that gives space to local designers. As well as a dozen permanent stands – among them a bike mechanic, a coffee roaster, a vintage glasses shop and a florist – there are stalls that move in every Saturday, selling mainly crafts, clothes and trendy homewares.

There are as many good eating opportunities as there are shopping ones. The wildly successful Taiwanese restaurant Bao found its feet in Netil Market and its permanent bao bar has a queue that’s just as permanent. Also worth saving space for are LemLem’s afro-tacos and Victoria Yum’s daily baked treats. There's even some seating for those who prefer not to eat on their feet.

Top tip: Just round the corner you’ll find The Taproom at London Field Brewery, with its enviable selection of craft beers, and the recently launched Mare Street Market. In the summer, though, you can’t beat grabbing some grub and a tinnie and picnicking on London Fields. Alim Kheraj

Recommended: London’s best markets

By: Alim Kheraj



Address: 13-23 Westgate Street
E8 3RL
Transport: London Fields Overground
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm, Sat-Sun: 11am-6pm
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Tucked away from craziness of Broadway Market, London fields gives you Netil Market!

Just as cool as NT’s , and Netil 360, Netil Market often has guest DJ’s, if you want to have a little dance while you are waiting for your Grilled Cheese.
They also have nice selection of clothing and jewellery brands if you fancy a little browse through.

great community of unique mix of micro shops and eateries. Brilliant evening atmosphere at the weekend.

More eclectic than Broadway and consistent traders make this our regular Saturday pit stop (we're locals so it's also the handiest place for good coffee & spicy wings)


Easily overshadowed by Broadway Market just a stone's throw away, Netil Market is cosy, yet offers quality food and quirky stalls. I tried the grilled cheese and was suitably impressed. You won't spend too long here due to the small size, but you'll enjoy that tiny snatch of time you do. 

The best little market in Hackney. Like family of friends and music with a little bit of shopping and food and beverage x


I stopped here last Saturday for the monthly Yard Sale. As others have said, it is quite tiny but it wasn't overtly crowded so pleasant. The sunny weather certainly cheered the mildly bustling atmosphere. A decent mix of clothes vendors. Some of the food vendors were open: jerk chicken, pizza, BBQ and Eritrean. I opted for the pizza which I regret: like 99% of places in London it looks good and tastes mediocre. I ordered the veg option and had goat cheese added (no extra cost, which was nice). Many of the food vendors accept card but some are cash only. The clothing vendors accept cash only which is also dumb. The one truly awesome thing was the seating atop the pizza place. It was smack in the sun so we sunbathed for a few hours with no one else joining the seating area.

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