Where To Eat And Drink Near London Fields

Hackney is so much more than just a stomping ground for hipsters... home to bustling bars, restaurants and pubs, its energy is palpable. What makes this place even better? London Fields. The bridge between Hackney Central and the rest of the borough, it's a gorgeous park for cracking open tinnies in the summer and winter walks when the temperatures drop. Of course, these adventures simply wouldn't be complete without refreshments, which is exactly why we've found the best places to eat and drink around London Fields. 

Last updated on 18th May 2022




Mare Street Market

10 user reviews 3

Mare Street Market is a hubbub of different moods and flavours, packing in pizza, drinks, a deli, a florist and coffee into one gorgeous space. With a chilled out feel in the day time, and often bursting with party spirit in the evenings, there's plenty of reasons to visit this London Fields fave. 

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

Pub On The Park

276 user reviews 4

Pub On The Park has a legendary local status in Hackney. Sat comfortably right on the edge of London Fields, there's cosy indoor seating of plush sofas and armchairs for winter, and a bustling outdoor area that comes to life on summer nights. 

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.

Bistrotheque

1 user review 4

This places pretty much sums up the Hackney aesthetic, a converted ex-clothing factory with dark wooden panelling, artistic wallpaper and vintage lighting, Bistrotheque is très chic. Head over for refreshments and make sure to check out the delicious mix of British and French dishes. 

Pidgin

1 user review 4

Hackney hotspot Pidgin is one of a kind, with a weekly tasting menu that constantly changes its four course offerings. If you find yourself in London Fields and fancy trying something a little different, this is certainly one unique place to eat. 

The Dolphin

2 user reviews 5

The Dolphin is a proper London Fields local boozer, known for its vibrant crowd, lively nights out and affordable drink deals. If you're looking for somewhere cheap and cheerful, these guys are probably your best bet with weekday offers and purse-friendly pub grub. 

The Lauriston

57 user reviews 4

Just a 15-minute walk from London Fields, this charming pub is the place to go if you're looking to escape the bustle. Dip inside and relax in their gorgeous drinking den, complete with freshly-made pizzas and craft pints.

The Dove

2 user reviews 5

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

Craving tapas? Take a break and pay Tuyo a visit in Broadway market and you can dive into plates of fresh seafood, harissa lamb rump, and chicken thighs with honey-poached apricots, across the Mediterranean and Spanish-inspired menu. 

LARDO

1612 user reviews 4

LARDO prides itself on being a non-traditional take on the classic pizzeria, serving Southern-inspired plates in the summer and moving up north when winter creeps in. It's all mindfully-sourced too, with freshly-made pasta and bread and an impressive wine list to boot.