Walked past The Breakfast Club Hoxton at the weekend and seen queue after queue? Sounds about right, but it's with good reason. Known for their cutesy kitsch diner interiors and big egg plates, they're notorious on London's brunch scene, and certainly not one to miss when you're in the area.
Best Restaurants In Hoxton
You may have spent an afternoon drinking tinnies in the not so grass spoiled square; you may consider it the Shoreditch underdog; you may never have heard of it; whatever you think of Hoxton, it's sure got something to say when it comes to food and drink in East London. Flanked by everything from premium BBQ restaurants to affordable brunch spots, we're giving you the best restaurants and places to eat in Hoxton.
When you're done with dinner? Take a trail through Hoxton's best bars.
While Colours in Hoxton is so much more than just food thanks to unique arts spaces and a late night club vibe, there's plenty of great grub to go around. Join these guys for wings aplenty with a kitchen flanked by notorious hot wing knocker uppers Orange Buffalo.
Mosey over to Hoxton Square and you'll find DUO Shoreditch, the quirky party bar offering up a waffles and bubbles brunch, alongside a main menu inspired by Japanese and Brazilian cuisine. Topping it off? Tasty signature cocktails.
A fun Hoxton restaurant where the burgers are just as brilliant as the beats on rotation? Join the electric Gigi's on Hoxton Square for premium patties and a playlist that'll keep you around until the early hours of the moment.
Mac and cheese? Check. 24h marinated and spit-roasted chicken? Check? Brilliant dining vibes for groups and couples alike? Check. If you're in the Hoxton area with chicken cravings, we think you'd be mad to miss out on all the proper good poultry found at Cocotte.
Filipino small plates are shared in abundance at this romantic Hoxton restaurant where Chef Francis, formerly of Ottolenghi's Nopi has put together a menu of moorish flavours with dishes the likes of soft shell crab, red bean ice cream and more.
All hail the kings and queens of meat in London with a trip to the holier than holy MEATmission. Not only is this unique Hoxton restaurant littered with neons and alternative stained glass windows, it's a top spot for giant burgers and brilliant vegan junk food.