Introducing Netil Market.... (courtesy of Fetch & Follow)

Since we opened the shop at Netil Market we have been meaning to do a blog post about the different traders operating from this corner of London and to let you know why we think that this is the place to be on a Saturday or Sunday. Turns out we don't have to as our neighbours at Fetch & Follow have been waxing lyrical about the market and produced an excellent round up of all the things that there are to see, buy and, most importantly, eat at Netil Market. We jumped at the chance to share this here (okay, so it's akin to copying someone else's homework) and second their list of reasons why Netil Market is just so great. 

If you haven't had a look at Fetch & Follow, make sure to do so. Their neckerchiefs are quite simply adorable and our dog Gizzi will do almost anything for a gingerbread bone treat. Here goes...



"Over the next coming months we will be sharing with you everything we enjoy doing around the London Fields area which is where our little store is based, and we thought we would start with where it all began

For over the past 3 years our home has been based in Netil Market, which is a creative community of designer-makers and food. During the week the atmosphere is relaxed with the permanent resident’s stores and workshops being open and ready to welcome customers. While at the weekend the place comes alive with the space filling up with market stalls showcasing the best of local independent designers and vintage finds with the addition renowned street food traders. Making it the perfect spot to come and spend a Saturday afternoon.

Fetch & Follow –

Terrone Coffee Co. are the only Italian speciality coffee producer in the UK to roast their own beans in Italy-in a refurbished 1950s Vittoria machine with a customised flame that doesn't hit the beans directly. The result is a slightly more fruity and sweet blend than you might expect from an Italian coffee –

Earl of East London are a lifestyle brand specialising in accessories for your Home including their Earl of East soy candle line –

Morty & Bob’s started their journey as street food traders specialising in Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. Every Saturday they serve their signature grilled cheese and Bloody Mary’s to hungry, hungover Londoners -

The Craftory are a Tallinn based independent leather workshop designing and crafting leather accessories  WWW.CRAFTORY.COM

The inspiration for Lemlem Kitchen comes from the flavours of their home town Asmara, the capital of Eritrea, an African city built by Italian Modernists

Double Butted Cycles is a bicycle workshop offering up repairs and services as well as a small range of parts and accessories

Victoria Yum are a bitesize bakery offering brownies, layer cakes, cupcakes, cookies, loaf cakes, pudding pots and amazing pie all served with tea or Prosecco

WeAreArrow is a collection of small wearable treasures. Each piece is designed, and hand made in London by Tatiana in her shipping container workshop

Howard's Meat Co. is a Texas style barbecue company focused on bringing wood smoked meats to London. Having studied under one of the best pit bosses in Austin (and thus the world) they serve the best brisket, ribs, pork shoulder and smoked sausage in the city –

Arma Glass uses harsh, industrial materials like glass and metal, marries it with natural objects like mini succulents, feathers and dried leaves to create art and vessels with a handmade, organic quality – 

Bao London serve their signature BAOs and a series of Taiwanese dishes every Saturday

Outdoor People have a passion for camping, picnicking, yoga, cycling, festivals, walking, scrambling, hiking up mountains, wandering round cities, playing in the street, lying in hammocks, building dens, making mud pies and staring at clouds!

Kitchen Provisions have hunted high and low across the globe to bring you inspirational kitchenalia alongside the know how and recipes to ensure that you use them"

Netil Market
E8 3RL


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