Guide to East London

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Selected East End Pubs

Britain has a long tradition of public houses, also known as pubs, taverns, alehouses, inns and hostelries wher our national beverage, beer, is sold. The following pubs are recommended because they sell good beer and also because of their historical associations.

Old Cheshire Cheese
The Grapes
Prospect of Whitby
Town of Ramsgate
Captain Kidd
Dicken's Inn
The Angel
The Mayflower
The Cutty Sark
Princess Alice
Sir Alfred Hitchcock
The Widow's Son
The Gun
The George Inn
The Anchor at Bankside
The Anchor Tap
Golden Lion



Selected East End Restaurants
Please be advised. The list below was compiled in 2001 and as restaurants come and go we cannot be responsible if they have come and gone.

CAFE BANGLA
Bangladeshi curry
128 Brick Lane, London E1
Tel: (0) 171 247 7885
Tube: Whitechapel

THE FAMOUS CURRY BAZAAR
Bangladeshi curry
77 Brick Lane, London E1
Tel: (0) 171 375 1986
Tube: Whitechapel

FISH CENTRAL
English Fish & Chips.
149-151 Central Street, EC1
Tel: (0) 171 253 4970
Tube: Angel, Old Street.

G KELLY
Traditional English Pie & Mash.
414 Bethnal Green Road, E2
Tel: (0) 171 739 3603
Tube: Bethnal Green

FROCKS
Cramped two floor English restaurant.
95 Lauriston Road, E9
Tel: (0) 181 986 3161
Tube: Mile End

SWEETINGS
100 year old fish restaurant; formerly a fishmongers
39 Queen Victoria Street, EC4
Tel: (0) 171 248 3062
Tube: Canon Street

BILL BENTLEY'S
Expensive City fish restaurant in olde worlde setting next to Petticoat Lane
Swedeland Court, 202 Bishopgate, EC2
Tel: (0) 171 283 1763
Tube: Liverpool Street

BOULEVARD RESTAURANT
Family-run restaurant with a cosy atmosphere.
91 Lauriston Road, Victoria Park, E9
Tel: (0) 181 533 3341
BritRail: London Fields

ARKANSAS CAFE
American food, California style.
Unit 12, Old Spitalfields Market, E1
Tel: (0) 171 377 6999
Tube: Liverpool Street

FATBOY'S DINER
1950s New York Art Deco style.
296 Bishopgate, EC2
Tel: (0) 171 375 2763
Tube: Liverpool Street

CHILI'S GRILL & BAR
A large Texas-based food chain in Docklands.
Second floor, Cabot Place East, Canary Wharf, E14
Tel: (0) 171 363 5678.
DLR: Canary Wharf

MPW (MARCO PIERRE WHITE)
An Art Deco Parisian brasserie in Docklands.
Second floor, Cabot Place East, Canary Wharf, E14
Tel: (0) 171 513 0513
DLR: Canary Wharf

THE ALBA
Italian Restaurant.
107 Whitecross Street, EC1
Tel: (0) 171 588 1798
Tube: Barbican, Moorgate

UFFIZZI
A pizzeria restaurant with lots of nooks and crannies.
753-755 Lea Bridge Road, E17
Tel: (0) 181 509 2259
Buses 20, 258, W15 & W16

LAXEIRO
Small Spanish restaurant near Columbia Road Flower Market.
95 Columbia Road, E2
Tel: (0) 171 729 1147
Tube: Shoreditch

LOTUS FLOATING RESTAURANT
Chinese Restaurant.
38 Limeharbour, Isle of Dogs, E14
Tel: (0) 171 515 6445
DLR: Crossharbour, London Arena

GOOD FRIENDS
Chinese Restaurant in London's original China Town.
139 Salmon Lane, E14
Tel: (0) 171 987 5498.
DLR: Limehouse

NOTO RAMEN HOUSE
Japanese Noodle Bar.
Bow Bells House, 7 Bread Street, EC4
Tel: (0) 171 329 8056
Tube: St. Paul's

NEW SEOUL
Korean Restaurant. 164 Clerkenwell Road, EC1
Tel: (0) 171 278 8674
Tube: Chancery Lane

PEARL OF SIAM
Claustrophobic Thai restaurant.
107 Roman Road, E2
Tel: (0) 181 980 1676
Tube: Bethnal Green

VIET HOA
Cheap and popular Vietnamese restaurant.
70-72 Kingsland Road, E2
Tel: (0) 171 729 8293
Nearest Overground - Dalston

THE CHERRY ORCHARD
Part of the London Buddhist Centre; bring your own alcohol to this vegetarian restaurant.
241-245 Globe Road, E2
Tel: (0) 181 980 6678
Tube: Bethnal Green



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