103 Fieldgate Street

1906, shophouse | Part of 101–103 Fieldgate Street

101–103 Fieldgate Street
Contributed by Survey of London on July 2, 2018

This pair of shophouses of 1906 was built by Samuel Lissner to plans by J. F. Parker, and leased to Abraham Solomon Cohen, chandler, and Harris Sterling, who sublet to a butcher. Around 2013 Barakaat, Islamic Books, Perfumes, Garments and Accessories, and Hussain Halal Meat & Groceries moved out, giving way at No. 103 to The Crêpe Shop and Art Café.1

  1. Royal London Hospital Archives, RLHLH/S/1/4: London Metropolitan Archives, District Surveyor's Returns: Post Office Directories 

101-107 Fieldgate Street in 2016
Contributed by Derek Kendall