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Address: 51 Chatsworth Rd, Hackney, N/A E5 0LH
Neighbourhood: All London
Specifics: WiFi
Phone: 02085255735
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Posted by:  Natalie Ashett

Chatsworth Road has really taken off recently as an up and coming Broadway-esque east London road. Since a Sunday market has been introduced and many have the run down shops have been taken over, Chatsworth Road has undergone what people in this area like to call a bit of gentrification. Along with the tarting up of shop fronts in Chatsworth Road came the lovely Creperie du Monde. Now it is open every day but the best time to visit is on a weekend morning. The Creperie fills up with locals who come here to brunch, read the news, and have a chatter at one of the outdoor tables. The menu is pretty simple but perfectly executed. There's sweet or savoury crepes with filling like scrambled and smoked salmon, or for a purely sweet treat there are Belgian waffles with a whole host of toppings. The crowd here is pretty young and care free and you'll find most of them poring over a copy of The Sunday Times' Culture Magazine; don't worry about bring your own either, there's enough to go around.

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Submitted: 10/24/2011 3:42 PM     Modified: 12/15/2011 6:36 AM               
Posted By: Natalie Ashett
Comment: Chatsworth Road has really taken off recently as an up and coming Broadway-esque east London road.

Since a Sunday market has been introduced and many of the run down shops have been taken over, Chatsworth Road has undergone what people in this area like to call a bit of gentrification.

Along with the tarting up of shop fronts in Chatsworth Road came the lovely Creperie du Monde. Now it is open every day but the best time to visit is on a weekend morning.

The Creperie fills up with locals who come here to brunch, read the news, and have a chatter at one of the outdoor tables.

The menu is pretty simple but perfectly executed. There's sweet or savoury crepes with filling like scrambled and smoked salmon, or for a purely sweet treat there are Belgian waffles with a whole host of toppings.

The crowd here is pretty young and care free and you'll find most of them poring over a copy of The Sunday Times' Culture Magazine; don't worry about bringing your own either, there's enough to go around.
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