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OLD STREET RESTAURANTS & BARS

HONEST BURGER 

The cocktails are amazing and so are the burgers.

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FLAT IRON SQUARE 

A one-stop shop for all your culinary and cultural needs.

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THE BREAKFAST CLUB 



Always buzzing with all day breakfast menu.

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OKLAVA




Lauded as a “great modern take on Turkish food.

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TRAMSHED 

A Mark Hix restaurant with iconic Damien Hurst cow and chicken displayed specifically for the restaurant.  Simple but tasty menu.

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BIRD

Ever had a bacon doughnut?
 
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OZONE COFFEE ROASTERS 



This great cafe is set in an industrial-cool building and it features cold press, traditional espresso drinks as well as delicious eggy breakfasts.

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SHOREDITCH GRIND 

This is a very trendy spot for people watching, quick bites at lunch time as well as espresso martinis after work.

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THE CLOVE CLUB 

If you get hungry, head to The Clove Club, a private dining club that offers excellent British cuisine food along with good music and charming ambience.

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THE ANGEL 

This is the place to come to if you are into sports since it features four plasma screen TVs constantly showing sports. Otherwise, if you rather not watch football or polo, head to the outdoor area and watch the street-passers by on Old Street.

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THE JONES FAMILY PROJECT  

International-inspired multifunctional bar-restaurant, which fuels Shoreditch’s creatives from breakfast until bedtime. Meat & steak dishes in a sleek basement restaurant with funky upstairs bar.

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PHO-HOUSE 

Grafitti style art on the walls and excellent service. Complimentary tea and watermelon at the end is exactly what is needed after trying the extensive menu of pho, noodles, summer rolls and fresh fish.

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ENOTECA DA LUCA 


Each of these attractive wine bars has its own distinct character and menu but the house style, which simply relies on great Italian ingredients and wines, should bring out the Latin lover in everyone.

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MERCHANT'S TAVERN 


European influences meet British Charm with this slick, ‘cavernous’ space several notches up from your usual tavern.

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CAMINO  


Camino’s infectious spirit soon rubs off; before you know it, some tapas and a glass of fino quickly turns into a discovery of Spain’s eating and drinking.

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GRILL AT MCQUEEN 


This restaurant, bar and club has suitably macho styling which is peppered with references to McQueen movies.

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BAR NIGHTJAR 

The most sophistication you can find between two kebab shops on a roundabout. A speakeasy-style cocktail bar underneath the adjacent shops, serving the best cocktail creations in town.

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THE SLAUGHTERED LAMB 

Great atmosphere, live bands, excellent wine! Sometimes you see the cast of Eastenders and Ed Sheeran in here.

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J & A CAFE 

The best Irish fry up with proper Irish soda bread and Ballymaloe relish.

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ON THE BAB  


Korean food fans are bound to fall head over heels for On The Bab. This relaxed eatery specialises in Korean-style rice dishes including Kimchi Arancini and seafood stews, while the setting is pure Shoreditch with exposed brickwork and low-hanging lights.

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THE SINGER TAVERN


This penumbral, louche gin joint lurks in the basement of Singer Tavern, originally home to the world-renowned British sewing machine brand of that ilk.

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BOUNCE 

Bounce is a massive basement full of table-tennis tables.

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THE ALLEGORY


Featuring a large open-plan bar and plenty of outdoor seating, it’s geared towards the young City crowd whose office doorsteps it sits on, and those looking for something a little tamer than the edgy joints the area is famous for.

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BONE DADDIES OLD STREET 

Confidently residing at the delectable end of the fast-food spectrum, this high-energy ramen joint continues to win fans.

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TT LIQUOR 

A former police station, turned bottle shop and bar. Pass the front-room ‘liquor store’, stacked high with beers, wines, spirits and mixological gear and you’ll find a wood-panelled drinking parlour. In a further space upstairs, TT also hosts supper clubs and pairs cocktails with cult movie screenings:

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PRIDE OF SPITALFIELDS 

This supremely unpretentious little boozer continues to thrive just off Brick Lane. its modest charms seemingly not appealing to the whinnying fashionistas of Shoreditch, or the suited-and-booted, city curry hunters.


GOLDEN BEE

A covered all-year roof terrace, regular alfresco classic film screenings, generous happy hours and weekend house parties for sharp-dressing honeys are among the reasons to make a beeline for this buzzy mid-market hive.

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FOUND THE BAR

No gimmicks, just good service, banter and great booze, that's Found's mantra.

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BACKLOCK SHOREDITCH 


A loft-style space a short walk from Old Street station. Expect the highest quality meat from Phillip Warren in Cornwall for unbeatable value and always lots of fun.

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LOVES COMPANY 

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A reasonably priced retro cocktail bar.



NOBU 


It’s 20 years since London’s first Nobu launched on Park Lane and almost as long since Shoreditch became a destination with a ragtag of cooler-than-thou bars clustered around Old Street.

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OLD STREET RECORDS


Copious booze, sloppy-topped pizzas, banging live lounge sets and twerky good times to Motown, funk and retro rock.

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