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Stepney City Farm

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Farmers market with butcher, baker, no candle sticks, but fishmonger and green grocer...

Good honest retailers selling good quality ethically sourced stuff.... By supporting this friendly... read more

Reviewed 23 January 2018
rory w
Canterbury, United Kingdom
A gem

This is the sort of gem I would never have found without Tripadvisor. Absolutely authentic local... read more

Reviewed 26 November 2017
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Stepney City Farm in London’s East End is a working farm, Rural Arts Centre and community meeting place with a cafe and Farmers' Market 9.30am to 3pm every Saturday. We give children and adults a chance to meet farm animals, learn how to grow food...more
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Stepney High Street, London E1 3DG, England
+44 20 7790 8204
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I go here regularly for the weekly farmers market. Great quality produce and a really kind community feel makes me come back again and again. The cafe is lovely and I recommend their bacon sandwich. It's also lovely to walk around and see all the...More

Thank Tom E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A family visit to this little oasis in the concrete jungle of London. It appeared a little haphazard but actually it was great for young children to play in the very safe farm yard. The animals all looked well cared for and my lot loved...More

Thank Beehiverocks
Reviewed 12 March 2018

Have now had Sunday breakfast here on 2 x occasions. The breakfast they serve is nice however the main issue is the portion sizes. For the £9 you pay for a full English, you get a relatively pitiful amount of everything. Only one sausage, 2...More

Thank BlahBlueBlah
Reviewed 3 March 2018 via mobile

Yesterday in the heavy snow, I walked past this "farm". The poor chickens and rabbits were forced to endure the frosty, harsh conditions of the Beast from the East. With temperatures plummeting into the minus, these poor, defenceless animals, who were supposed to be protected...More

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Reviewed 12 February 2018

When people visit my house I always take them here. Great cafe that uses produce made on the farm, fantastic farmers market on a Saturday. Also you can pay £1 for some food to feed the animals, which is fun. Fab day out for all...More

Thank teegirl8
Reviewed 23 January 2018

Good honest retailers selling good quality ethically sourced stuff.... By supporting this friendly little market you will help your mental health, physical health and do a little bit to make the world a better place............

Thank rory w
Reviewed 26 November 2017

This is the sort of gem I would never have found without Tripadvisor. Absolutely authentic local volunteer effort that absolutely works. I asked Tripadvisor for recommendations for brunch in Stepney. Not many cafes serve goats cheese where you can see the very goats while you...More

Thank Ollopa
Reviewed 19 November 2017 via mobile

What a lovely way to start the weekend. Walk around the farm, have a lovely breakfast , most of it sourced straight from the farm, and then potter around the farmers market afterwards. Kids love this place too. A lot of work done by some...More

Thank holidayshoes
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Very peaceful place to spend a few hours. Cafe sources food locally and has a great range of food ranging to cater fo every taste. Farm animals are very friendly and get on well with children.

Thank lmcr77
Reviewed 23 June 2017

We stumbled upon Stepney City Farm by chance, during a city break to Whitechapel. The number and variety of activities at the Farm showed it to be a centre not just for children's education but also for arts, crafts and adult involvement. It sells locally-grown...More

Thank pcDude
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