Stoke Newington

Stoke Newington, London: Address, Stoke Newington Reviews: 4/5

Stoke Newington
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oxfordwoman
Oxford, UK31 contributions
Lovely family run cafe
Aug 2021 • Family
Today I ate lunch at the Albion Kitchen In Albion Road. It is a very, very friendly and nice family-run cafe with pavement tables specialising in traditional cafe food and Turkish specialities. My halloumi wrap and freshly pressed apple and carrot juice could not have been more delicious and we finished with home made chocolate and biscuit pudding. Much to be recommended.
Written August 28, 2021
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Andrew O
London, UK80 contributions
Improved
Jul 2021 • Friends
Much nicer place than it used to be years ago. I remember it back then - it was sinister and scummy. Much improved with lots of places to eat and parks to visit. It’s people that make an area what it is really, isn’t it.
Written July 31, 2021
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Amy C
London, UK348 contributions
Stoke gothic newington
Sep 2020 • Friends
Used to live in the actual area but its got loads of restaurants and a cemetery a library and a huge park and loads of pubs to have a drink in
Written June 20, 2021
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zolavis
New York City, NY64 contributions
Dumpy miserable area with N1(6) pretensions
Aug 2020 • Solo
I remember times when you had to watch your wallet getting off the overground train.

Not much has changed, Yardies were replaced by yummy-mummies and diesel bykes (sic) in this over-priced white enclave of Englishness. Walk down Church Street stuffy pretentious and overpriced baby boutique shops, designed to ease the pain of parting with you cash... unlike the good old days when Stokey(‘sic) was still a ghetto.

LGBT confused friendly.
Written April 18, 2021
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zolavis
New York City, NY64 contributions
Dumpy miserable area with N1(6) pretensions
Aug 2020 • Solo
I remember times when you had to watch your wallet getting off the overground train.

Not much has changed, Yardies were replaced by yummy-mummies and diesel bykes (sic) in this over-priced white enclave of Englishness. Walk down Church Street stuffed pretentious and overpriced baby boutique shops, designed to ease the pain of parting with you cash... unlike the good old days when Stokey(‘sic) was still a ghetto.

LGBT confused friendly.
Written August 14, 2020
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CHARLES F
1 contribution
Namaste Stoke Newington Church Street N16 0NB
Feb 2020
Party of five people have enjoyed a most delicious meal at this restaurant in Church
Street that by all accounts is a newcomer to the area.
If you like your soup hot and spicy then the Namaste's Rasam soup would take some
beating.
The staff were attentive and courteous and were only too pleased to offer advice.
Written February 15, 2020
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Mary C
8 contributions
Escosesa
Feb 2020
Great Spanish tapas restaurant with lovely welcoming staff. Quality of the food is great. Not huge helpings so not for those who prefer quantity over quality.
Written February 13, 2020
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MandG231
Bristol, UK9 contributions
Yum yum
Dec 2019 • Family
Our family’ s favourite restaurant. They cater well for children. We all enjoyed the meal and the atmosphere.
Written December 5, 2019
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jobst56
Hamburg, Germany1,707 contributions
nice neighbourhood
Oct 2019
If I lived in London, Stoke Newington would be a preferred area to live.
There's lots of parks, there is buses connecting onto British Rail and the tube.
There's shops - and peace and quiet.
Written November 29, 2019
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Gillian C
10 contributions
Weekend visit
Oct 2019
Not on a tube line, but that does not matter, lots of bus routes in and out of the area as well as overground stations, so getting around and to other parts of London could not be easier.
Close to Dalston, and Highbury and Islington, once you have had your fill of Stoky you can explore a little further afield.
You might find that you don't actually have to leave Stoke Newington though as there are lots to do and see right where you are.
There is the lovely Clissold park that is used all year round, it has the usual play area, but also has a great cafe, animals and birds to look at as well as plenty of space to walk or ride a bike.
Wonder out of the park and along Church street and mooch around the many shops and bars till your hearts content.
Slip down some of the side streets and discover antique arcades or a walk around the cemetery, half way down church street.
Walk to the very end and turn left you will discover a lovely authentic Thai Restaurant, good food and cocktails to be had
Written November 22, 2019
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