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.

Last updated on 5th October 2022

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.

If you're craving some delicious American bites, then Miami Mix is a great shout. Fronting a menu filled with burgers, boneless strips and buttermilk pancakes, the venue also boasts a killer milkshake menu, all found in a retro diner setting where an Oreo shake certainly doesn't go a miss.

Howl At The Moon

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One of the best places to eat in Shoreditch, Howl At The Moon is a painfully cool neighbourhood local with charisma by the bucket-load. Sweetening the deal? The menu of drool-inducing burgers and unmissable succulent Sunday roasts. 

The Owl and Pussycat

460 user reviews 4

The Owl & Pussycat is a home from home filled with charm and vintage trinkets, giving you real pub setting with an East London edge. Serving up a choice of the finest food and drink in Shoreditch, it offers seasonal British pub grub alongside cask ales and lagers.

DF Tacos Shoreditch

162 user reviews 4

Located in The Old Truman Brewery off Brick Lane, this happily affordable sister to Wahaca offers a wide range of Mexican classics such as fish tacos and beef burritos. The bar stocks a good selection of beers and wines, as well as refreshing frozen margaritas.