10 Best Places to Eat in Shoreditch London

Find the Best Places to Eat in Shoreditch London

If you are looking for the best places to eat in Shoreditch, you’ll be spoiled for choice. From curries, traditional fish and chips, fresh vegetarian dishes, swanky restaurants to casual brunch – Shoreditch is home to some of the best restaurants in London.

You may want to consider stopping by one of these popular restaurants in Shoreditch for a delicious meal:

best places to eat in Shoreditch London

 

1. Hawksmoor Spitalfields

Known as one of the hottest steakhouses in London with branches throughout the city. Here you will find stunning steaks, gourmet burgers and creative cocktails.

Where: 157A Commercial Street, London E1 6BJ

The Hawksmoor Spitafields

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2. The Princess of Shoreditch

This is one of the best places in Shoreditch for Sunday lunch. Choose between the dining room menu or bar menu (cheaper). Enjoy fish dishes, local produce and pub favourites!

Where: 76-78 Paul Street, London EC2A 4NE
The Princess of Shoreditch

 

3. Andina

This restaurant is literally named after the Peruvian term for ‘a woman from the Andes’. This restaurant is credited for being one of the first restaurants to ignite the Peruvian food trend in London. Eat traditional and healthy food from the Andes such as ceviche, smoothies and traditional Peruvian cocktails.

Where: 1 Redchurch Street, London E2

Andina Restaurant in Shoreditch
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4. Merchant’s Tavern

A former Victorian warehouse serving classic French, Italian and Spanish cuisine. Indulge in sea bream, pork belly, pig’s head or venison.

Where: 36 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3PG

Merchants Tavern
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5. Cay Tre

Vietnamese restaurant offering pho, noodles, curries, salads and seafood. Diners head here to share a range of dishes.

Where: 301 Old Street, London EC1V 9LA
Cay Tre in Hoxton
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6. Beigel Bake

Find traditional Jewish bagels 24 hours a day on Brick Lane.

Where: 159 Brick Lane, London E1 6SB
Beigel Bake on Brick Lane
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7. Hoi Polloi

A Scandinavian-style restaurant located in the glamorous Ace Hotel. Open all day for eggs, coffee or a cocktail.

Where: Ace Hotel, 100 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JQ

Hoi Polloi in the Ace Hotel Shoreditch

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8. The Book Club

Great for brunch, interesting art and music events and delicious cocktails. During the day you can find salads, burgers and sandwiches. Enjoy American-style pancakes and pesto scrambled eggs on the weekend.

Where: 100-106 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4RH

The Book Club in Shoreditch
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9. Dishoom

Styled like an Irani cafe of Bombay, Dishoom offers a menu of small plates of Indian and Persian cuisine. Enjoy a chai tea or bacon naan bread.

Where: 7 Boundary Street, London E2 7JE

Dishoom Restaurant in Shoreditch
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10. Poppies Fish & Chips

Looking for the best place to eat in Shoreditch offering the best fish and chips in town? Here you can find locally sourced fish and chips with mushy peas in this retro diner inspired restaurant.

Where: 6-8 Hanbury Street, London E1 6QR

Poppies Fish and Chips Spitafields
Image: Poppies Fish & Chips
 

What are your favourite places to eat in Shoreditch? Please share below!

 

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7 Responses to 10 Best Places to Eat in Shoreditch London

  1. Never heard of Dishoom before, that looks really interesting, I may have to check that one out!

    I’ve heard good things about Hawksmoor too but not been there – I do like a meat feast though so I’m sure it’s just a matter of time 😉

    • Hi Penny – Yes, Dishoom is lovely! Nice for some sharing dishes with a friend. Try it out and let me know what you think. Hawksmoor also never disappoints if you are in the mood for a large meat feast. Stay in touch! Thanks 🙂

  2. Hey, I live in Shoreditch and love some of these places. However, have you eaten at any these places? The only reason I ask is because none of the photos you’ve used are yours and you’ve not recommended anything on any of the restaurant’s menus. Maybe that’s your ‘thing’, and how you write your blog is none of my business at all, but (from a personal point of view) I would never recommend anywhere on my blog that I hadn’t actually been to myself.

    • Hi Beverley,
      Yes, I have eaten at all of these places but just recently started my blog. For that reason, I have sourced images from other places. The ultimate aim is to build up a good backlog of original photos to share with everyone. I totally agree and would never recommend any restaurants that I haven’t first tried myself! Please stay in touch. Thanks 🙂

  3. Thanks for sharing such a nice list.its really very helpful for me because i am first time go to London next month and i am a food lover. its just because of you that i know about the best eat out places of the London. Thanks one again.

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