Fast becoming one of Hackney’s trendiest hotspots, London Fields is full of independent bars and restaurants, with Broadway Market offering a whole host of culinary gems. Here’s our top pick of places to go for a bite and a cocktail (or two).

Sans Pere

Sans Pere opened the doors to its second venue on Broadway Market in November. A French bistro with a twist, Sans Pere has created a menu perfect for those with a sweet tooth, offering up a unique and vibrant selection of cocktails, desserts and specialist coffees.

Innovative, French inspired cocktails are paired with each dessert. The cocktails incorporate homemade ingredients alongside classic French ingredients.

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Further down Broadway Market, overlooking the Regent’s canal, is Tuyo. Spanish for ‘yours’, Tuyo serves a range of Mediterranean inspired tapas, pinchos, and bigger sharing dishes. Tuyo’s tapas are not just Spanish, they are also influenced by Greek and Turkish recipes to bring a mixture of flavours from the Med.

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Okko’s colourful Japanese dishes are beautifully presented, delicious, and good for you. Inspired by modern Japanese cuisine, the food is perfectly prepared, with the wooden furnishings and minimalist decor bringing the atmosphere of a modern Tokyo cafe.

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Off Broadway

A favourite amongst locals, including a few celebrities (Kirsten Dunst, Michael Fassbender, and Keira Knightley have all been spotted there), Off Broadway serves a range of fun cocktails and bar snacks. Go for the buzzy atmosphere, stay for the resident cat.

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Both a plant shop and a cafe, Twigs serves healthy lunches, brunches, and delicious macaron ice cream sandwiches. Pick up a new succulent for your living room and stop for a bite to eat, all under one roof.

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Insitute of Light

The Institute of Light is Hackney’s newest collaborative space under the railway arches of London Fields station. IOL is a cinema, record store, bookshop, cafe, and restaurant/bar. Their menu is based around a fusion of Anglo-French cuisine, and is dependent on seasonal and market produce.

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Martello Hall

Perfectly positioned on the corner of Mare Street and Warburton Road (which heads down to the fields) is Martello Hall, a bar, restaurant, and workspace. Head there on a Sunday for a roast, during the week for bottomless coffee and fast wifi, or on a Saturday night for pizza from their wood fired oven and their delicious range of cocktails. You can also hold your own event here – or attend one of theirs, like supper club, late night DJs, and Sunday jazz.

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Climpson and Sons

Climpson and Sons roast their own coffee in-house, and are constantly on the lookout for the best flavours and techniques. They take their work seriously, with an ethos towards sustainability and ethical sourcing, and also run workshops and courses to help others brew their own perfect cup of joe.

Find out more here. 



London Fields, the buzzing heart of Hackney, has much more to offer its residents than just hipster cafes and craft beer breweries.

The area is full of a beautiful mixture of Georgian and Victorian architecture, which sit on the streets and squares that surround the park. The mixture of elegant terraces, semi-detached and detached villas are mostly arranged around picturesque garden squares or tree lined streets. Most properties are lucky enough to benefit from a good size garden of their own.

A vast improvement in transport links in recent years has been transformative, opening the area up as it never has been before. Central London, the City and Islington are now easily accessible via the Overground network, making it a popular spot for media and city professionals. Schools in the area have also  improved in recent years, with the quality of schools on offer being the main attraction to young families.

Broadway Market, while very popular with tourists, still provides locals with a hub of independent shops and a great sense of community. It is also home to quality restaurants and bars and is really the busy epicentre of this area.

Some of the most sought after properties are on Albion Square, which is close to Haggerston Overground, or on the roads overlooking or leading to the green space of London Fields. The average price for property here now stands at around £1,350,000 for a family home.

We’ve rounded up a selection of the best properties on the market in London Fields right now, to show just what this area has to offer.

An end of terrace property in Albion Sqaure

An end of terrace, four bedroom property in the much sought after Albion Square. £2,350,000 Freehold Learn more


A beautifully finished four bedroom period property on Mapledean Road, priced at £1,825,000 Freehold

A beautifully finished four bedroom period property on Mapledean Road. £1,825,000 Freehold Learn more


An end of terrace four bedroom property, with a large garden including a summer house

An end of terrace four bedroom property on Lavender Grove, with a large garden including a summer house. £1,895,000 Freehold Learn more


A split level Victorian conversion with three bedrooms and access to a garden. £1,125,000 XXX

A split level Victorian conversion on Parkholme Road with three bedrooms and access to a garden. £1,125,000 Share of Freehold Learn more

If you are looking to sell or buy property in London Fields or elsewhere in Hackney, or if you are interested in one of our featured London Fields properties, contact our Hackney team who will be happy to help.