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Ten Things To Do In Exmouth Market London

My ten things to do in Exmouth Market List is perfect for anyone wanting to eat, drink and socialise with friends after work or at the weekend. Exmouth Market is a semi pedestrianised street in Clerkenwell North London, a short walk from Angel station. There are a couple of cute shops to browse and plenty of eateries to enjoy brunch, lunch or dinner. I always enjoy visiting Exmouth Market because it feels as though you have stumbled on a secret street in EC1.

ten things to do in exmouth market list

My list of ten things to do in Exmouth Market includes:

Savouring Moorish cuisine at Moro
Sharing tapas with friends at Morito
Sampling Middle Eastern food at the Shawarma Bar
Trying tasty tacos at Taqueria
Filling up on weekend brunch and coffee at Caravan
Drinking craft beer at the Mikkeller Brewpub
Grabbing takeaway from the food stalls
Relaxing with a pot of Korean tea at Be-oom
Browsing the cute independent shops
Treating yourself to a new hairstyle and colour

Ten Things To Do In Exmouth Market List

moro exmouth market

1. Perhaps the most famous restaurant at Exmouth Market is Moro is, where you’ll find mouth-watering Moorish cuisine from North Africa and Spain. You’ll enjoy the charcoal-grilled lamb with slow-cooked flat beans and the vegetable mezze.

morito tapas plate exmouth market

2. Those wanting tapas should head to Morito, where you can share a few small plates with your mates. Delicious dishes include fried chickpeas with pumpkin, tahini and yoghurt. With vegetable, fish and meat options, there is something for everyone. Read my Morito Review.

berber and q shawarma

3. I always enjoy eating Middle Eastern food at the Berber & Q Shawarma Bar. Everything tastes fantastic, from the hummus to the cauliflower shawarma. Rotisserie cooking, cocktails, and wine make for a fun night out. Read my Berber & Q Shawarma Bar Review.

tacqueria exmouth market london

4. Try the tasty tacos at Taqueria filled with steak, plantains or organic shrimps. They also serve quesadillas and tostadas. Check out the Margarita list and cocktails.

caravan exmouth market london

5. If you fancy weekend brunch and coffee, then I’d recommend Caravan. Fill up on the fried jalapeño cornbread with black beans and two fried eggs. Alternatively, opt for the baked eggs in a spicy tomato and harissa sauce. Another popular coffee place is Briki which serve Mediterranean deli delights.

mikkeller brewpub exmouth market

6. Those who want craft beer on tap or bottled beef with their weekend brunch or Sunday roast, should try the Mikkeller Brewpub. Pop inside, and you’ll see the microbrewery set up. The food is delicious, and I stopped off for a vegan burger and fries. Visit the Exmouth Arms, which has a great food menu, including a panko chicken sandwich with Katsu curry dressing, if you prefer a Victorian-style pub.

exmouth market food stalls

7. Grab takeaway food from the food stalls during the week at lunchtime. It’s a perfect solution for those working in the vicinity, or you want a quick and inexpensive meal. You can tell which stalls are popular by the long queues.

beoom tea shop exmouth market

8. Relax with a pot of Korean tea at Be-oom. Try one of their leaf, flower, herbal or powder teas and enjoy it in the back garden. Purchase minimalist teaware and take a bag of tea home.

botanique florist exmouth market

9. While you are in the area, make sure you pop into the cute shops. Stationery lovers will appreciate Marby and Elm, where you can stock up on cards, notebooks, posters and candles. Treat yourself to a few plants or flowers to brighten your home at the Botanique Workshop. At Space EC1, you can buy gorgeous gifts for your friends and family. There are a couple of jewellery shops to browse, including EC One and McCaul Goldsmiths.

root hair and beauty exmouth market

10. The other thing to do here is book yourself a hair appointment. Try Root Hair and Beauty, where you can get a Balayage or cut and blow-dry. The Klinik is the place for colour and more. Barber Streisand is an unpretentious offbeat unisex barbershop.

Ten Things To Do In Exmouth Market Information

There are a lot more lovely things to do in Exmouth Market so it’s best you get yourself down there and explore. To find out more, visit the Exmouth Market Website. The closest station is Angle, Barbican and Farringdon. If you want to explore the area further, please read the following posts and see my Pinterest boards:

Borough Market To Exmouth Market London Walk

Leisurely Historic Clerkenwell London Walk

Love Clerkenwell London Pinterest Board

Ten Things To Do In Angel Islington London

Love Angel London Pinterest Board

Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. Please check that the places I referenced in this article are still in business before visiting to avoid disappointment.