23 Pubs and Bars found in or around London Fields (Train Station)

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Prince Arthur

This early Victorian boozer was built in 1856. The exterior of the building is really quite stunning, in pale yellow and black with Victorian lanterns. It's hard to believe that this place was derelict until a few years ago....

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0.29mi
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The Dove

Well established here now, the Dove's Belgian theme is so well executed it doesn't seem to be anything out of the ordinary any more. If you're in the mood for a seemingly endless range of excellent Belgian beers and some pretty...

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0.36mi
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Prince George

We feel that some of the pubs in the Remarkable Restaurants group go a little overboard on the décor and food front, but the Prince George, thankfully, focuses firmly on the basics. The main bar leads away to darkened...

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0.43mi
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Pub on the Park

The Pub on the Park's prominent placement within London Fields, is both this pub's key feature and its Achilles' heel. On a weekday in summer it's a nice enough place to be. It's a simple, straightforward local. There are a few...

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0.06mi
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Anatolia Bar (ex Maddigans)

After being closed up for a considerable period, it has now reopened as the Anatolia Bar. We'll be along for a look soon and, if it's anything to to with the nearby Anatolia Ocakbasi next door, we'll be expecting great things.

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0.17mi
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Spurstowe Arms

There's been a change of management here and something of a refurbishment, the bare-brick walls have been plastered and painted, the hokey 1930's living room light fittings have gone and, overall, there's been a general...

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0.37mi
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The Globe in Morning Lane

Three pints for this one - but a very good three, if you see what I mean. The Globe in Morning Lane, Hackney, only has the likes of London Pride and Young's Bitter on cask - but both are kept well and the service is unfailingly...

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0.39mi
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The Hemingway

This pub sign here has been changed yet again and it now sports a painting of a raging bull and a new name - the Hemingway. After more identity changes than most pubs we know (we make it five in about as many years) has this...

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0.45mi
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Duke of Wellington

Once you go beyond the Tesco on Morning Lane in Hackney, you don't have high hopes for anything particularly appealing, which probably helps make The Duke of Wellington all the more of a pleasant surprise. From the exterior it...

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0.48mi
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The Dolphin

This pub has turned out pretty well after a few ups and downs. It still has some lovely architectural features, the remainders of its Victorian heyday - check out the exquisite tiles and unusual ceiling. Now it has three...

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0.10mi
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