Once occupying a car park in Netil House, Netil market is now a fully-fledged destination for the best local independent food traders.
There are a mixture of new and established traders, creating a vibrant community environment with a focus on performance, music, art and creativity.
Open throughout the week, there is an incredible variety of food to satisfy all pallets and a huge range of goods to browse and buy, as well as an outdoor sun-soaked terrace.
Venue Details & Map
11-25 Westgate StreetLondonE8 3RL
- +44 20 3095 9743
Top 5 reviews of Netil Market
Netil Market is somewhat hidden, but it is such a treasure cove once you find it! The market consists of a handful of vendors, most of which have set up shop in 10x10 shipping containers. It's not a huge market, but you can find one of everything there... Be it a brewery, bakery, pizzeria, bike shop, antique glasses boutique, coffee, and more. The vibe here is certainly a lot more hipster,... more
Others have stated this, so I'm just going to reiterate: Netil Market is *lovely* but it's small. So small that it's probably only worth a special trek out if it's done in conjunction with the much-loved much-touted much-5-starred Broadway Market just down the street.
Is that too lukewarm an intro? Well...it's not meant to be.
I think Netil Market is only improving with time based on the... more
After going through Broadway Market (although I also enjoy it), I rather enjoyed the neat quaintness of Netil Market. It's a lot smaller and feels less like a market and more like a collection of permanent shops/bars/restaurants. There's a good variety of food in a very small space - Morty and Bobs does some excellent cheese toasties, there is now a new Bao stand which is very popular and I've... more
After the hustle and bustle of Broadway Market, Netil Market feels like a small commune that you are allowed to visit. Edgy little shops and a super chilled roof terrace with Netil Radio playing where you can relax and gawk at East Londoners more
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... more