Restaurants And Bars Near London Fields

London Fields is so much more than just a stomping ground for hipsters; home to bustling bars, restaurants and boozers, its energy is palpable. Whether you've been cracking tinnies on the eponymous park and need a bit to eat or just fancy a bit of a pub sesh, we've found the best places to eat and drink near London Fields.

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Last updated on 11th September 2023

Bar 161

Searching for the best watering holes in the area? We're sorting you with the gorgeous Bar 161, which comes complete with a fully stocked bar and chic interiors. Plus, the menu includes lip-smacking cocktails, such as blood orange margaritas and classic negronis.

The Three Compasses

The Three Compasses might just be the best pub in London Fields, so if you're in need of a tipple, give this joint a go. From the enticing selection of craft brews, rotating burger pop-ups and party-ready DJ sets, you can see why we love it so much.


Located in the heart of London Fields, Plonk is a quirky venue offering novelty mini golf, cocktails and an old school gaming arcade. Perfect for a fun date night or birthday celebrations, it's the stuff of big kid dreams.

The Victoria

Having made quite the name for itself due to its stellar live music programme, The Victoria is a bit of a local favourite. Pop by this contemporary boozer to wolf down wings, loaded fries and mega Sunday roasts. To wash it down? Craft beers and cracking cocktails.

The Lauriston

Just a 15-minute walk from the station, The Lauriston is one of the best bars near London Fields. Dip inside and relax in the gorgeous drinking den away from the hustle and bustle, complete with freshly made pizzas and craft pints.


Hackney hotspot Pidgin is one of a kind, with a weekly tasting menu that constantly changes its four-course offerings. If you're wondering where to eat near London Fields and fancy trying something a little different, this is certainly unique.

The Dove

The Dove is a haven for beer-lovers venturing to London Fields, boasting brews from UK micro-breweries, as well as around the world. The perfect pairing? A menu of British and Belgian classics of course, with sausages and burgers at the forefront.