Best Restaurants In Shoreditch

After a long day of vintage shopping and spying street art in Shoreditch, you've probably got one thing in mind: grabbing some grub. Thankfully this foodie hotspot is home to a selection of the best restaurants in London, each with their own little quirks to treat yo' self with. Whether you're in the mood for sumptuous small plates, piles of pancakes for brunch or a great big burger, sneak a peek at the best Shoreditch restaurants.

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Last updated on 15th March 2024


When you need a Mexican restaurant in Shoreditch? Zapote is where you should head. Not only is this modern-styled spot great to look at, but there's creative cooking from award-winning chef Yahir Gonzalez - think scallop ceviche, tacos and more - alongside tequila cocktails.

Iron Bloom

If you pair British small plates with an industrial setting, a suspended DJ booth and plenty of cocktails, then you get Great Eastern Street's Iron Bloom. With quirky bites like lobster doughnut and owners that have already seen success with Looking Glass Cocktail Club, you can be sure this up-market joint is worth a visit.

Camino Shoreditch

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After a place to tuck into the finest Spanish fare? Then check out Camino Shoreditch. This destination is equal parts cosy and stylish, bringing you grub from the Mediterranean destination that's sure to blow your socks off - think slow-braised, pressed and pan-roasted suckling pig, juicy Galician fillet steaks and grilled leeks with romesco on the cards at the Curtain Road spot.


You'll recognise Leroy immediately as you wander up Phipp Street thanks to its glowing red signage out front. It's a bright and airy, modern Parisian-inspired bistro led my head chef Sam Kamienko, who knows a thing or two about whipping up delicious small plates. You'll find dishes like purple sprouting broccoli with bagna cauda, and smoked eel Caesar salad on the menu, along with vermouth and amaro made in-house.