Explore Camden Market Hawley Wharf

Camden Market’s exciting new area has masses of exciting things to discover daily across three floors, so we thought we’d list them all in one place. From London’s most exciting streetfood halls to creative fashion and gift boutiques and quality entertainment, Hawley Wharf is a whole new district to enjoy, for locals and visitors alike.  This page is the ultimate guide to quickly finding your way around and getting acquainted with all that’s now on offer, and is regularly updated, too.

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Food & Drink

Tap on the name of each trader to find our more about their cuisine, current highlights from their menus and more

2 Lad's Kitchen

Bringing the street foods of Afghanistan to Camden Market, these cheery guys will tempt you with their brilliant steamed minced lamb dumplings on a bed of lentils, yoghurt and a secret sauce.

Also try the Afghan clay oven wraps stuffed with barbeque chicken or lamb skewers, potatoes and salads.  


A’do’RE fritto

From the alleyways of Naples come these authentic fried folded pizzas and filled pizza buns, all made with San Marzano Sauce DOP.

There's a great meat and cheese selection too, plus Italian wines by the glass, Baladin beers and refreshing aperitivo and spritz, all enjoyed with waterfront views.



In the morning, it's an unparalleled waterfront spot for expertly made coffee and freshly baked pastries on the Regent's Canal towpath.

At lunchtime go for homemade toasties and focaccia, and after work, stop by for traditional antipasti and aperitivo, with classic Italian spirits, bitters and cocktails to enjoy.


Bang On Burgers

Mouthwateringly delicious and equally naughty beef, chicken and vegan burgers spiked with flavours from across the entire planet.

Big on internationally themed cocktails and made-to-order smoothies too.


Baba Dhaba

Their vibrant menu celebrates the tastiest morsels of Pakistani food, from crisp pakoras with zingy sauces, to chargrilled spiced meats and fluffy rice.

Don't miss the Baba's Aloo Bun, a deep-fried spicy potato cutlet in a soft burger bun with fresh salad and sauces.


Baozi Inn


Chinatown and Soho's acclaimed dim sum and noodles restaurant gets a Camden Town branch.

Expect the full flavours of Northern China with signature steamed baozi, dumpling and wonton alongside delicious skewers and soup noodles. 


Bun House


Cantonese steamed buns with sweet or savory fillings made fresh daily.

Try the vegan three mushroom, water chestnut and kow choi or the sticky pork belly. 


Buk Burger

Aiming to serve nothing less than the capital's best burgers, Buk are making a name for themselves with their grass-fed free-range smashed beer burgers and deep fried battered buttermilk chicken tenders, tumbling out of top quality brioche buns.

As you might expect, these creations make for a very shareable Instagram image if that's your goal, too. 


Chimney Cake Lady

Traditional Hungarian treats  made with coils of freshly rolled dough and cooked over heat for a crispy outer layer and a soft, doughy inside. 

This is Chimney Cake Lady's first ever UK location, where you can try deliciously sweet toppings like cinnamon sugar, or go savoury with grilled cheese and more. 


Cactus Noodle Bar

Tender dumplings, rich hand-pulled noodle broths and Sichuan-spiced sauces.

Their menu offers traditional sides like silken tofu, crispy fried chicken and pork dumplings drenched in umami chilli oil.




The place for true culinary decadence via a menu of loaded sweet waffles, fruit or biscuit stuffed crepes, warm chewy cookie dough and traditional sponge, crumble and sticky toffee puddings.

If that's not enough, milkshakes, sundaes and fruity mocktails complete the sugar-coated indulgence. 


Eden Ethiopian Cuisine

One of Camden Market’s longest standing traders, serving up speciality Ethiopian coffee for 10 years, they have now arrived at Hawley Wharf to dish up delicious Ethiopian food, too.

Spicy mixed dishes with masses of options for veggie, this exciting cuisine is served with rice or traditional injera, the sour pancake-like flatbread that’s perfect for mop up those delicious sauces.




If you are a fan of the famous hawker stalls of South East Asia, then this is where to come in London for stir fry wok cooking over an open flame.

Authentic char kway teow noodles, heart-warming laksa soups and fragrant chicken nasi lemak are all faithfully cooked to order here.


For Fish Sake

A modern twist on the great British classic by elevating the best deep fried dishes with battered fresh fish, calamari, fries and more, all paired with tangy sauces and pickles.


Flip & Sear

London-born cousins Abu and Munib create their stacks from the highest quality ingredients; starting from their unique Demi-Brioche buns and secret burger sauce to 100% Wagyu beef patties.

Wagyu is a Japanese breed of beef, highly sought after for its high marbling content and rich flavour, making it a mouth-watering choice for these burgers.


Golden Tea

Trend-setters in the world of bubble teas, colourful fruit teas and refreshing iced coolers, you’ll see their artistic creations on Instagram, but the flavours must also be tried IRL.

The menu includes classic milk teas, served warm or cold with exciting flavours from lychee to golden rose, as well as bubble tea or ‘boba’ – milk or fruit tea complete with chewy tapioca pearls.


Hush Hush Chefs
The acclaimed filo pastry people bring their handmade, deliciously light pies, triangles, rolls and quiches to Camden. Try the classic spinach and feta or a tasty aubergine, pepper and parmesan, with colourful side salads too. @hushhushchefs
Jollof Mama

A family-run business bringing the best of West African food to London, with their suya meats - a classic style of smoked, spiced BBQ meats, traditional jollof rice and crunchy slaw.

Don't miss their house-made hot sauce for some real fire, and cool down with thier slushy or cocktails, too.


Juice Junkiez


Not only is this 100% pure juice fabulously healthy, but by serving it in cups carved from the fruit itself, they are also eco-friendly and plastic-free.

Sip from a coconut, watermelon or grapefruit, or go for the heavily fruit-loaded bubble waffles.


Kalamaki Street Greek


Street Greek trailblazers arrive in Hawley Wharf serving a range of souvlaki wraps, boxes and gyros from the grill, plus crispy fried sides and salads.

Top tip: There's a whole section of their menu dedicated just to chips(!), so take your pick and get as extravagantly loaded as you like.


Khaao Karachi


Pakistani cheesy naan melts are the speciality here, complete with loaded fries and slathered in a signature spicy sauce.

Possibly the most oozing street food in the whole area, this naan-sandwich has got to be tried to be believed.


Lebanese by Mezzet



A selection of classic Middle Eastern platters, wraps and salads. 

Assemble hot and cold mezze dishes or go for a platter with chicken, lamb shawarma or falafel. 

Pho Kae

From crispy fried chicken in sour-sweet sauces to oodles of noodles and rice piled high, Pho Kae is your streetfood go-to at Hawley Wharf's Waterside Halls if you're looking for a taste of all things Asia. 




Exclusive hand-stretched pitta, sourced directly from Greece, is at the heart of this operation. These deep and fluffy buns are then filled or topped with quality meats or veg from the charcoal robata grill.

Unexpected ingredients, even burgers, give this Greek staple a thoroughly modern twist.


Rudie's Jerk Shack


Real Jamaican jerk, marinated for 24-hours and then cooked in authentic drums over smoky charcoal and wood.

Rudie's is famed for its signature chicken boxes, but look out for the curry goat, saltfish fritters or chickpea and plantain wraps too, plus a killer rum punch. 


Soho Creamery

A totally unique ice cream parlour, which has developed their recipe using traditional techniques to create an incredible dessert an all kinds of flavours that is chewy, stretchy, and doesn't melt like normal ice cream.

Choose from the classics in cones or bars, or unexpected specialties like milky orchid flavour.


Streat Arepas

Zingy flavours  combin inside arepas and tortillas here. All freshly made from scratch with mouth-watering spices and the best ingredients. You'll be transported to Venezuela whether you opt for a fresh Arepa, crunchy nacho or crisp empanada.

Don't miss the tacos, stuffed full and topped with guac, too - and all dishes are naturally gluten free.


Stilvi Café

The place to grab a freshly brewed coffee and Greek-influenced pastries, doughnuts or muffins.

It also boasts enviable views across the canal towards Kentish Town Lock, perfect to contemplate for a moment while your enjoy your drink and treat.


T's Fried Scoop

Combining frozen scoops of flavoursome ice cream - from classic clotted cream, strawberry and coconut to tropical ube, mellow matcha or sweet black coconut - with a hot, crisp batter coating.

Ethical, sustainable, zero-waste, vegan-friendly and guilt-free as it's a carbon-neutral - meaning they help to plant trees and provide clean water supplies across the globe.


The Black Cow


An American style steakhouse infused with Middle Eastern flavours.

Take a seat at the counter, facing the Josper charcoal grill and watch the chefs cook dishes like The Gadol (pictured) a sirloin on the bone seared with burnt herbs.


Three Uncles


Sui Mei rotisserie-grilled hung meats are hugely popular in Hong Kong, but only just getting beyond the specialist kitchens of Chinatown here in London.

Choose from the Char Sui BBQ or crispy fan-dried pork belly, classic roasted duck or Hainan chicken, all served with rice. You'll find Lo Mein noodle dishes and sweet 'n spicy fish ball skewers, too.


True Romance

From the strong pizza heritage of of Lost Souls in Euston, these guys serve up delicious (and enormous) slices in their spot under the Hawley Wharf arches.

The menu and interior are all themed around the eponymous Tarantino movie, with hand-made, upcycled furniture and booth seating created by owner Pete, plus films projected on the ceiling and occasional special screenings.




Brewing since 1860, this dessert tea house specialises in everything matcha, from ice cream and cakes to brightly coloured bubble teas and even a green latte.

Check out the sundae (pictured) with layers of red bean, genmai, mochi with sesame paste and a temple cracker on the top.





A brilliantly curated selection of premium menswear alongside refined homewares and accessories too.

You'll find brands like Folk, Universal Works and Carhartt, plus there's a big focus on cycling and stylish outdoors accessories too.


Josiah Amari


Take your fave kid's wardrobe up a few notches with some bespoke and personalised children's fashion, made while-you-wait in this store under the railway arches.

From practical baggy harem pants to party-ready pom pom tutu skirts or super-cute kimono onesies.




Camden High Street-facing flagship store for Scum skate apparel, boards and accessories.

Check the signature boards such as the Make Jaws Great Again (pictured) and the shop's till desk, made from half a car.


Sugar + Style


Independent womenswear boutique founded in 2013, and curating contemporary, chic pieces for a unique wardrobe.

From clothing to sunglasses, and bags to jewellery, plus accessories, all in beautiful seasonal colours.


Tiffany & Na-Na


Authentic Asian-influenced fashions including luxurious kimonos, stunning dresses and lots of exciting accessories too.



Butchers Salon


A gorgeous salon featuring Aveda products and totally dedicated to enhancing your confidence and wellness in an environment of conscious living, equality and kindness.

Butchers feel great hair and skin should have minimal impact on all animals and the planet.




100% natural, vegan and organic skincare, in brilliant innovative eco-friendly packaging.

Try the sachets of fruit or floral face moisturiser or the slabs of organic body butter scrub bars.



EK Project


Creating a beautiful selection of handmade eco-friendly jewellery and home décor.

All of their materials are sourced locally from companies that maintain a low carbon footprint.


Janti Jewel


A London-based jewellery company, inspired by the rich cultural heritage of Istanbul, with inspirations taken from Turkish, Greek and Armenian influences.

Look out for the gemstone earrings, bracelets, rings and necklaces, which are ideal gifts for a special someone, too.


Koko Art


Specialising in hand-painted shoes, bags, clothes and accessories.

Take your pick from the unique pieces on sale, or custom-design your very own creation and it will be painted by a resident artist. There's also a cleaning and repairing service to restore former vibrant pieces.




Stylish clothing from natural fabrics like cashmere, wool, cotton, linen.

Already famous in Camden for their handmade cashmere scarves and ponchos, this new Hawley Wharf shop has allowed the range to grow.




An independent jewellery brand taking Japanese and Korean influences.

The result is a range of minimalist, demi-fine and fine styles that offer something a little different.





Japanese Anime specialist Plugy offers original and collectable artwork to brighten up any space.

Ranging from latest hits to cult classics, all the art comes supplied with a certificates of authenticity.


To Home From London


If you are looking for an authentic and different souvenir or gift, then this creative studio and manufacturing workshop is the place to come.

Original hand-painted watercolour artworks and amazing colourful gifts you can make eand then eat in the in-house Pancake Art Cafe.



Tap on the name of each store to discover more about the creative goods the sell and their current offers

Activities & Entertainment

From arthouse cinema in railway arches to a traditional boxing club, Hawley Wharf is home to a growing range of unexpected delights and entertaining diversions

Live Jazz at Hawley Wharf

Every Wednesday and Friday evening in the Waterside Halls. 

Hawley Wharf’s canal-side halls bring the unique flavours of Camden Market’s famous food traders together with plenty of covered seating, heaters and accessible facilities. To kick off 2023, you can enjoy a free programme of live jazz performances to accompany your choice of food and drinks from over 35 global food traders (see above). Plus, beat the winter blues with the daily happy hour from 4.30-7pm, with £4 beer, wine and food specials to choose from, or £6 cocktails. #HawleyWharfLates

Full info here

Six Nations Screenings

Every Six Nations game shown, from 4th Feb. 

The rugby is on the big screen while you eat and drink, with locations in both the Waterside Halls and at 3 Locks Brewery right by the canal towpath.

Free entry, open to all.

Details of the fixtures and more  

Curzon Cinema Camden

This quirky outpost of the classy Curzon chain boasts a series of luxurious screens themed on New York’s jazz bars. Designed by Takero Shimazaki, who also worked with them on the stunning renovation of the old Renoir at the Brunswick in Bloomsbury, five railway arches host just 30 film-lovers per show. Another adjoining café arch serves sourdough pizzas, hotdogs plus decent beers and a selection of wines by the glass.

 Tickets & more info

Back in Time Exhibition

This celebration of the classic movie is also the largest collection of Back To The Future memorabilia in Europe. See 70+ original items used throughout the production of the trilogy, sit inside a certified replica of the DeLorean Time Machine, learn secrets from behind the scenes and enjoy photo ops, in this tribute to the iconic movie saga.

Book tickets here

Babylon Park

A subterranean theme park that’s perfect for kids and families, it’s an other-worldly wonderland filled with rides including bumper cars, a Ferris wheel and even a mini-rollercoaster. Plus you’ll find loads of arcade games, air hockey and an incredible soft-play zone, as well as a café to keep grown-ups happy. It’s open all day every day from 10-10 and 11pm at weekends.

Find out more & tickets

Camden Boxing Club

A sister venue to the acclaimed Rathbone Boxing Club, this Camden centre is three times bigger and has been designed to offer a more comprehensive experience. The gym feels like a thoroughly modern, luxe version of a traditional gritty East London boxing shed, complete with two rings, two group class zones, and a self-train area with bags, weights and cardio equipment. Patrons can then kick back after their session and enjoy wellness facilities such as a steam room, sauna, treatment room and café.

Classes & more info here

Read the recent Camdenist story: In the ring with Rachel Bower

The Spread Produce Market

Every Saturday and Sunday (check for details) in and around Dockray Place just off Castlehaven Road, and under the arches, you’ll find over 30 artisan food and drink producers offering everything from freshly baked bread to groceries, deli goods like English cheeses and meats, locally grown salad greens, independent drinks and loads more. The Spread Produce Market is a lovely way to spend your local weekend.