Hawker House Canada Water

Indoor food night market every Friday and Saturday in Canada Water, Rotherhithe

Hawker HouseThe indoor street food night market from the team behind Street Feast and well known names for our ‘northern neighbours’ such Dinerama, Dalston Yard and Lewisham’s Model Market.

They open a new house in our neighbourhood at the old What Store opposite Decathlon. Their biggest market yet,t will host two floors, 14 fantastic street food traders, eight brilliant bars and the best DJs in the incredible warehouse space in Canada Water.


Bringing traders including Bob’s Lobster, Breddos Tacos, SMOKESTAK and Yum Bun plus Meat Hook – an Argentine-style, three-meter-long, whole-beast grill from Neil Rankin and the Up In My Grill boys.

Eight bars are built for late-night winter drinking, including the brand new Hangar Bar for festival-sized cocktails and craft lager, American Craft Can Hatch, Street Vin, Kamm’s Kitchen and the Whisky Bar – the home of Whisky Roulette (AKA The Best Drinking Game Ever). The Milk & Honey Mercury Lounge also returns for another bite of the Hawker House cherry with great bartenders, frosted glassware, classic cocktails and hand-cut ice.

Hawker House is open 5pm till late every Friday and Saturday in the old What! Store warehouse opposite Decathlon

Visit the website for contact details and further information

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