London East End Food Tour Guide
Fergus Henderson’s acclaimed restaurant offers the complete nose -to-tail eating experience! The menu is ever changing but the legendary bacon sandwich is a permanent fixture.
Address: 94-96 Commercial Street, E1 6LZ
This 17th century heritage-listed restaurant is straight out of a Dickensian novel – every nook and cranny has a story to tell. The restaurant prides itself on keeping traditions of the English kitchen alive by serving scrumptious British classics, like bread and butter pudding.
Address: 50/52 Brushfield Street, E1 6AG
Brothers Leo and Alex, master cheesemongers and cheese-maturing experts, share their love of English cheese at this East London establishment.
Pop’s famous chippy recreates the ambience of a seaside town from the 1940s. Your fish and chips are wrapped in newspaper, just like they were in the old days.
Address: 6-8 Hanbury Street, E1 6QR
Situated in the heart of the famous curry mile known as Brick Lane, Aladin is famous for its spicy curries. It is frequently listed among the top 10 Indian restaurants in London.
Address: 132 Brick Lane, E1 6RU
This Jewish bakery is an East End institution. Where else can you find melt-in-your-mouth salt beef slathered with hot English mustard, pickled gherkin and encased in a soft bagel, 24/7?
Address: 159 Brick Lane, E1 6SB
This shoreditch eatery is one of the hippest restaurants in London. We love their desserts, especially the salted caramel tart.
Address: 56A Shoreditch High Street, E1 6JJ