Situated in East London, Shoreditch is home to both celebrity chefs and fashionable upstart eateries. Right from Peruvian ceviche to traditional British steak, there are an amazing range of restaurants and hip coffee shops around Old Street and Shoreditch High Street.
These eateries offer some of the best delicacies, making it a must-visit foodie destination.
Here is a list of places to eat in Shoreditch:
Tramshed by Mark Hix is best known for two things-chicken dishes and steaks. Each dish is brilliantly cooked with seasonal ingredients and served with curry or salad. The meat served here is of highest quality with chicken and beef suspended in formaldehyde. The design of the restaurant is simple, decorated with minimal furniture. The dramatically presented food, especially chicken served with claws still on, makes it a must-visit for meat lovers.
Location: 32 Rivington St, Shoreditch
Nestled in Shoreditch’s landmark Tea Building, Pizza East is popular for offering tasty pizzas. In its dimly lit dining hall, people enjoy different flavours of pizza served with different toppings, which changes every few weeks. The real specialty of these pizzas are their puffy, light and delicious dough, cooked in wood ovens. Other specialities you must try are starters including donuts, tarts, meatballs and salads. Expect a menu, which is a wonderful mix of classic dishes with a twist.
Location: 56 Shoreditch High St.
The Corner Room
Situated in the Town Hall Hotel, The Corner Room serves delicious gourmet dishes at affordable prices in a gorgeous dining hall. You can enjoy a fulfilling dining experience, casual meals and drinks. The specialty here is the dessert that features Mara des bois strawberries, tonka beans and Szechwan meringue. Every time you visit Corner Room, you'll find a different menu with new dishes and desserts. Therefore, even multiple visits to this restaurant will never be monotonous.
Location: Town Hall Hotel, Patriot Square
Hawksmoor is a big name, when we talk about the steak scene. The steaks here are sourced from Butcher Ginger Pig, which are later chargrilled to perfection. The restaurant's staff will help you with the selection of bread and steak squeamish, lobster, crab and other options available on the menu. Apart from the delicious food, the restaurant also has an impressive cocktail menu.
Location: Spitalfields, 157A Commercial St.
Fifteen was founded in 2002 by celebrity chef and proprietor Jamie Oliver. The restaurant offers a fine dining experience and the tapas-style food features curious seasonal finds like cuttlefish or pear jelly. Fifteen donates all their profits to the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation. Though the food served here is a little pricey, the proceeds do go to a good cause.
Location: Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen, 15 Westland Pl
Shoreditch is a neighbourhood packed with several excellent restaurants, catering to different budgets.
Visit these places and grab a bite at some of the finest eateries in this new foodie haven.