Small Businesses That Make Enfield Town A Place To Be
After months of lockdown, small businesses, entrepreneurs and creative makers in Enfield have once again opened their doors to their customers.
Enfield Town Market is the place to go if you want various arrays of services and businesses.
Let us introduce you to Enfield retailers in Enfield Town.
Glen Fruit and Geg
Glen Norma opened the business nearly 20 years ago. His shop is facing Barclay's Bank right in the heart of Enfield Town. His two brothers, Terry and George are equally on the ground to attend to your need.
Birdy Bits have been operating for more than 30 years but started selling in Enfield Town 2-years ago. Some of the items you can buy at the Birdy are face masks, kid toys, blankets, lady's purse, etc.
Birdy said COVID-19, had had a great impact on his sales and invites Enfield residents to help him to keep his shop open.
OdDs & SoDs Vintage
OdDs & SoDs Vintage is one of the newest shops in Enfield Town market.
It was opened on 10 September 2020. The business is run by Joy Cowley-Smith, Maria McCaul and Eleni Aresti with the help of Joy's husband, Peter Smith.
It's the best place to buy Vintage household and furnishing.
The stall opens from Thursday to Saturday from 9 a.m to 4 p.m.
Dozza Indian Food
Dozza Indian Food provides special Indian delicacy. It is owned by Detha Senthil and her husband.
You can buy Indian food like Biryani, Kebab, Pilal Rice, lamb etc.
DIF is on a trailer just by the side of Barclay's Bank. It opens from Thursday to Saturday from 11:00-17:00hrs.
Sal - King of The Grill
Run by Sal Mustapha, Sal King Of The Girl has been in operation for over six years in Enfield.
The business opens at 10 am and closes at 7 pm.
Sal is known for its specially made Burgers and Kebab.
You can place an order via phone on 07964516843 or Instagram King_of_the_grill_Enfield.
Adrian Fresh Fish
Adrian Fish, direct from Lowestoft, has been in operation for 3 years and 8 months in Enfield town.
It operates between 08.45-14:00hrs from Thursday to Saturday.
You can also order via phone on 07917830564
Chris Ladies Fashion
Chris Ladies' Fashion is owned by Chris Biscoe.
Chris deals in all kinds of ladies' fashion. It is one of the oldest businesses in Enfield Town. It's been in operation since 1984 (36-years).
It opens from Thursday to Saturday, from 07:00 to 16:00hrs.
He can be reached on 07917341477.
Trevor has run his business for 40 years.
The shop is opened in Enfield Town Market from Thursday to Friday at 08:00 to 16:00hrs.
It deals mainly in second-hand watches. If you have a piece of jewellery you intend to get rid of, Trevor jewellery is the best place to go.
Bagna's Bag is owned by Urji Begna. The business started 5 weeks ago.
It opens from Thursday to Saturday, from 09:00hrs to 16:00hrs.
Paul Fruits and Vegs
Being one of the oldest businesses in Enfield Town Market, Paul is in operation for the past 33 years.
The business opens from Thursday to Saturday from 06:30 to 16:15hrs.
Bake O'clock is a family business in the Wood Green region of North London, where Cyprus-specific bread, buns, rusks, bulgur meatballs and other pastries are always available, and many types of borek, desserts and pastries are always available.
The Business started in October 2019 and is run by Naz. It has a static office at 4, Commerce Road, N22 8ED.
The Enfield Market branch is opened from Thursday to Saturday, from 08:00 to 16:00hrs.
Hashtag You is run by Shereen Ahmed and has been in Enfield Town Market for 3 years.
Hashtag You is a dealer in Unique Crystal based jewellery and accessories.
It opens from Thursday to Saturday from 07:00 to 16:00hrs. The stall opens all year round.
Social media contacts:
Facebook and Instagram @HashtagYourLifestyle
Yum Yum Chinese Food
Yum Yum Chinese Food is owned by Stephen Lau and managed by Bihu Baniya.
It opens all year round, Thursday and Friday, from 10:00 to 16:00hrs.©Standard Gazette, 2021. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s publisher is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Standard Gazette with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.