Partnering with Spitalfields Market favourite Monty's Deli for a local special, Honest Burgers dishing up drool-worthy juicy beef burgers topped with pastrami, emmental, and sauerkraut. Alongside this, they've got a selection of brunch toasties and classic buns to fill any burger cravings.
Best Restaurants In Spitalfields
It's a trendy East London district formed around Commercial Street, Brick Lane, nearby Liverpool Street and the bustling marketplace, and it's brimming with excellent places to eat no matter what time of day. Wet your appetite with a glance at our guide to restaurants in Spitalfields, featuring quirky curry houses, boozy brunch havens, British bistros and sumptuous seafood escapes.
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Located within Old Spitalfields Market, The Loft is a stylish new bar and restaurant. It boasts an abundance of beautiful foliage, making it a relaxing space to dive into artisan pizzas, including the Nice & Spicy, made up of mozzarella, 'nduja, peppers, salami and tomato sauce.
This trendy Japanese restaurant serves up delicious authentic dishes alongside quirky Asian-inspired cocktails. Yuu Kitchen's menu features salmon sashimi, truffle gyozas, a range of bao buns and so much more, with bottomless brunches every Saturday.
The Breakfast Club are a classic when it comes to getting a brunch fix, whatever time of day that may be for you. Stop by their Spitalfields outpost and you'll get to feast on waffles, pancakes, fry-ups and maybe even get the chance to explore their secret basement bar.
Once home to the site of King Henry VIII's weapons practice ground, The Gun is a charming British boozer in Spitalfields with plenty of historical decor to gaze at while sipping on real ales. Hungry? Chow down on homemade British classics, we hear the Sunday roast is a must.
Situated on Liverpool Street, Merchant & Weaver is the perfect place for after work drinks and date nights. Boasting a range of craft beer, cocktails, and seasonal plates, the venue is a must if you prefer fine dining in a chilled area.
Canto Corvino have expanded on their successes in Chelsea and the City with their Spitalfields venture, handing out plates of hearty Italian grub to eager East London diners. Staying true to their roots, their breakfast, lunch and dinner offerings are made up of rustic recipes and home cooking.
Just off Commercial Street, Gunpowder serves authentic dishes from that bring authentic flavours of India to the heart of East London. Taking residency in an old curry house, it's a central Spitalfields spot that's an essential visit for spice fanatics.
A Commercial Street mainstay, Som Saa has won over crowds with its menu of fresh, vibrant flavours inspired by travels across Thailand. Specialty dishes include the gaeng mussaman (duck curry to you and I) and the deep-fried seabass, nahm dtok pla thort.