Grocery or Supermarket
Turkish Food Centre great for fresh vegetable and fruit, meat, olives and cheese. By far my favourite supermarket, and mentioned by Otto Lengi in his books. Fantastic value: far cheaper than Sainsbury's
Turkish supermarket that makes me feel like i am on holiday when I buy my groceries. Fresh fruit and vegetables, Turkish butchers and bakers and all the usual stuff. More fun than Sainsbury’s!!
An amazing Turkish supermarket that i use weekly. Get the fresh Pide bred for 50p and olives from the counter!
Turkish Food Centre (TFC) on the iconic Ridley Road at the far end of the market has an impressive selection of Turkish and Middle Eastern food essentials, as well as fresh produce. Not to miss are the fresh flatbreads at the back of the shop, the Turkish feta and wide variety of olives behind the…
“Michael is the king of the blow dry and the best source of local gossip. He also has a food blog, so he'll tell you all the best places to eat ;)”
“The BEST breakfast/brunch place - especially after a long weekend - it’s really my favourite spot if you love eggs of all styles and pancakes, Crepes, fresh fruits and juices , it’s small and quaint but don’t be fooled this is some fine presentation as well. ”
“Three Compasses is a charming pub on Dalston Lane that doesn't conform to what you'd typically expect from a popular bar in zone two. It isn't a super-chic hipster parade with a microbrewery and a room for stroking cats; it takes a much more simple approach - focusing on serving up some of the best burgers in London, pouring the finest ales, offering a plethora of board games, and boasts some of the friendliest bar folk around. ”
“Interesting place with great club sandwich and coffee, back yard, and fish in tanks”
“It's a really quiet little known, sweet street , so close, with fabulous cafe's, restaurant, great pubs, hairdressers, quirky shops, launderette, convenience stores, biker hangout, vintage clothes and artisan shops. One of Hackney's hidden hipster hangouts. featured in the recent HALIFAX advert on TV”