New Openings: Get Fresh
Fresh produce and flowers return to Old Spitalfields Market, allowing you to take our passion for beautiful food and foliage home with you.
Designed by Foster + Partners, the Market’s new anchor units are now home to a new breed of trader taking essential shopping to a new level.
In their first foray into the East, Natoora supply fresh seasonal produce, working directly with growers across Europe.
Used by restaurants and home cooks alike with a passion for real quality ingredients. Their beautiful unit which can be found just off Brushfield Street is designed as a flavour outpost for the city’s travellers a bastion of real food for East London customers who’ve had enough of plastic packaged fare. You’ll find them selling their select fruits and vegetable, in-house food to go, and store-cupboard essentials.
Across in the market’s South-Eastern corner, you’ll discover the wonderful carousel of seasonal flowers and British foliage of fellow Market newcomers Rebel Rebel.
The vanguard of the East London floral revolution, they have been supplying the people of Hackney and beyond with beautiful, fresh, fragrant flowers since 2000. From extravagant colour combinations to simple single stems, Rebel Rebel’s flowers are executed in their signature wild style, from small affordable bouquets to bigger bespoke commissions.
A third corner unit by the Market’s Huguenot Gate is also newly transformed, housing Climpson & Son’s 360-degree coffee bar.
Featuring cutting-edge technology with the Modbar espresso system combined with some good old-fashioned Climpson’s hospitality, the expertly curated coffee menu is sourced and roasted at their London Fields Roastery and is available to try then and there, or to take away with you.
These everyday essentials are bought to you by Old Spitalfields Market in a bid to take back a bit of the city for the people who live and work nearby, and who sometimes just want to get hold of some real produce that will help make their life better in a simple can’t quite put my finger on it but better way.