The Local Area

Leyton is emerging from the shadows of its hip neighbours. Combining chic urban living with a neighbourhood vibe, Leyton Central is buzzing right now with the arrival of new independent boutiques and restaurants.
It was back in the mid 1990s around the appropriately names Bricklayers Arms in Old Street, when a group of artists laid the foundations for East London's creative renaissance. The same energy that saw areas like Hackney and Dalston transformed has now reached Leyton.
Leyton
Shopping around Leyton
Shopping
Leyton High Road has been transformed and contains a rich plethora of shops, restaurants and cafes, some painted with pastels to create a look that is more Notting Hill than Waltham Forest.
Bars around Leyton
Bars
Surrounded by Dalston, Shoreditch, Walthamstow and Canary Wharf means you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to places to socialise with friends. Not to mention the local pubs and bars on your doorstep.
Culture around Leyton
Culture
New and emerging places of interest are helping E10 and E11 become the latest hot postcodes in East London. Here cutting edge galleries mix with equally contemporary bars and independent boutiques to create an alternative and exciting space for 21st century living.
Restaurants around Leyton
Restaurants
Leyton recently saw the arrival of its first pop up restaurant, so you can expect more in the near future. For eight weeks Filly Brook joined local institutions such as Café Du Metro and Anatolia, both favourites of Grace Dent.
Parks around Leyton
Parks
Delve a little deeper into East London’s urban fabric and you will discover countless green spaces. Here the possibilities for relaxation really are endless – from seriously testing mountain bike trails to Zen like spaces for yoga.

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