Relax at this canal-side restaurant, bar and arts venue close to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Serving a range of dishes from breakfast bites to tapas, as well as coffee and cocktails, this laid-back venue is perfect for grabbing a bite while soaking up some culture with its regular events and exhibitions.
Venue Details & Map
Number 90 Bar and Kitchen
90 Main Yard
Wallis RoadLondonE9 5LN
- +44 (0)20 8986 0090
Top 5 reviews of Number 90 Bar and Kitchen
Stopped in while AirBnbing on one of the narrowboats in the canal. Fantastic spot! Staff couldn't have been more friendly or helpful, the drinks were good and the food was delicious. Try the pulled turkey burger - you will not be sorry! DJ was playing most of the evening but good music and not too loud so we could still have a conversation. Even a little photo booth for fun! more
This is a shithole ! What a bunch of wankers!!!! Came in at 9(days it closes at 11, last food orders 10) the chef obviously had a coke come down and wanted to go home! I'll be so glad to see this place and all the pretensions wankers that come here gone! Soon sooooooon. more
Nice hipster factory-style place with large terrace looking over water.
Food is really good and staff is nice.
Family at lunch. DJ sets in the afternoon. Great parties in the evening. more
Opening its doors to the trendy set of Hackney Wick in 2014, Number 90 is a canal-side bar and kitchen on the fringes of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The décor is ramshackle, industrial and quirky- basically it's an East London archetype- and the spacious interior (think converted warehouse floor) permits the venue to host an extensive range of goings-on: their events calendar is filled... more
This establishment is terrible. We went to enjoy the terrace and afternoon here and it took 20 minutes to receive a latte, americano, and a mocha. The bar or terrace weren't near full and it took way too long for 3 simple drinks. They shouldn't serve coffees if it's such an inconvenience to make them. Once we finally received them, the mocha wasn't a mocha; It was hot chocolate. How difficult... more