East London reviews

SMOKESTAK, Shoreditch Review

Smokestak has made the transition from street food stall to full-blown restaurant, and chef/owner David Carter has done it in style.

Perilla @ Platform1, East Dulwich Review

A fine dining pop-up bringing high end dishes to the masses

Granger & Co. Clerkenwell Review

Exciting dishes, which deliver big on flavour. The setting's not bad either.

Lyle’s, Shoreditch Review

Excellent modern British cooking in the heart of trendy Shoreditch

Jones & Sons, Hackney Review

A modern, friendly restaurant serving up the best British cuisine I've had for a long time

East Dulwich Tavern (EDT) Review

Nice pub with great value ales let down by average grub

Nightjar, Old Street Review

It's next to a Chicken Cottage but that doesn't stop Nightjar being one the best bars on the planet

Foxlow, Clerkenwell Review

All the best bits of Hawksmoor, wrapped up in a friendly neighbourhood restaurant

Pizza East (Shoreditch), E1

Quality ingredients and authentic, simple cooking

Busaba Eathai, EC1

Tasty thai food, a chain worth visiting!

Yum Bun, EC1

Probably the most apt name for a snack joint ever

Ariana, E3

An authentic taste of the Middle East, in a London park

Hawksmoor (Spitalfields) Bar, Review

It turns out Hawksmoor does more than steak, and they do it very well

Mezcaleria Qui Qui Ri Qui, E2

If you like Whisky & Tequila, you'll LOVE Mezcal

Viet Grill, E2

Authentic Vietnamese food in a friendly setting

Dishoom (Shoreditch), Review

A Bombay café in Shoreditch and Covent Garden