Sunday mornings are made for Chatsworth Market – pottering along the stalls, browsing the deli’s, drinking good coffee and making a random purchase or two.

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hidden gem of East London, Chatsworth Market is located in the heart of Hackney. The market runs every other Sunday and features a host of food stalls, vintage clothing, records, brick-a-brack and lots and lots of cupcakes and brownies. Things get busy around lunchtime but if you fancy a seat in one of the coffee shops we’d suggest you head on down a bit earlier.

We tried Creperie du Monde and we have to say it was pretty sweet and worth the wait for tables. If you haven’t already, check it out, we’ve a feeling this one is going to grow massively.

11am – 4pm, Sunday 29th May
Chatsworth Road, E5