1St.John Bread and Wine
There is not any greater thing to start the day than getting your incisors stuck into a sandwich full of bacon, and when that bacon sandwich comes from St John Bread & Wine, it is much better.
A cup of coffee and a piece of finely sourced meat between two slices of freshly char-grilled bread are enough to excite your sense.
2The English Restaurant
The Market Coffee House English Restaurant is located in what used to be a nut factory in the 16th century and this building is also the oldest house in Spitalfields.This restaurant will serve you a poor mans food around the 13th century.
The interior designed by renowned architect Nicholas Hawksmoor is cosy, with gorgeous wood detailing, using the material that were salvaged from the Christ Church. The menu is traditional but well crafted and befitting the location.
Several dishes are not appetitive, though it’s a good ideal to try new ones and change your concepts about them.
3Bedales Wine and Food
Spitalfields used to be Europe’s oldest red-light district, and the streets around it ran red with the blood of Jack the Ripper’s victims. Thankfully it becomes much safer these days. There are many lovely wine bars in the area, and you can even try before buying one bottle. They also offer tasty accompaniments like cheese platters, high-class bacon and other nibbles as wine tastings.
The whole notion of food has changed so much in the past 20 years and London now rates as one of the best cities in the world for gourmets, whether for Michelin-starred fine dining or the trendiest new street food.
4Poppies of Spitalfields
Fish & Chip – a tradition dish started by Joseph Malin in the 1860’s when the imported Portuguese fish in batter was combined with Belgian chips, and a British icon was born. Coming to Poppies of Spitalfields, you will have a feeling of 1950s’ life.
The restaurant has classical space with vintage style outfits, a retro jukebox playing vinyl records and black and white pictures on the paper-sticked- wall. All of this attention to decor and recreating a former time will make your fish and chips more interesting
5Aladin Curry House
Aladin is the best Indian restaurant on Brick Lane Street, in where you can enjoy the best curry. The restaurant was opened 30 years ago at its present location. Nearby, thera are many famous reataurants, pubs and bars..
Aladin is the best place for those who want to have the best night ever in London. The more important thing is that dishes are prepared by chefs working for Aladin in more than 25 years.
Impress space, original smells, perfect service, etc. all of these features make Aladin become the best of London’s Indian restaurants.
6Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery
Almost as famous as the curry houses, the Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery is the oldest bakery in London and it has been serving locals, taxi drivers and passers-by during 24 hours a day since 1977..
They have to go through thousands of the little dough balls to make 7,000 rough breads each day, baked with Jewish style.
Salt beef, pickle and mustard or a cream cheese and salmon beigel are the thing to go for here