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This old-school greasy spoon first opened in 1905 and is one of the only intact examples of an Italian-style cafe from the era, with art deco wood paneling and ’50s details. It’s a protected historic structure, but is totally unstuffy. You’ll enjoy it best during the week. It’s very busy with tourists on Saturday and is closed Sunday. It’s been in the same family for years, and many of them are real characters. Place your order (I recommend the full English breakfast) and get ready to be astounded by Nevio, the owner’s, memory. He never writes anything down but somehow never gets an order wrong.
Run by the same family for over a century, this much-loved café on Bethnal Green Road is a must for breakfast or lunch – even if just for the cool Art Deco interior. The place is small and always busy, but known for its incredibly friendly, hospitable atmosphere. You’ll leave with a smile on your…
Dating back to 1900 this is another local place to get English breakfast in a tradtional setting
Very well known to locals is this lovely family run Vintage Art Deco workers' cafe offering the full English breakfast and Italian classics since 1900.
“For a vegetarian/vegan offering, Gallery Café near Bethnal Green Tube is brilliant. ”
“Great museum with all amenities for parents with children. There's a great cafe inside and often lots of interactive options. Only a short 10 minute walk or bus ride and can keep small ones entertained for a long time on a rainy day.”
“Amazing local breakfast place, and the only place in London where you can get pancakes and tea for £6. ”
“A working men’s club since 1887, this East End institution remains London’s go-to spot for a night of proper entertainment. With a roster of offbeat events ranging from comedy and cabaret to panto and burlesque, the club proudly supports local performers and creatives, as long as it’s a party worth throwing. Head here for everything kitschy and kinky – just leave your pretensions at the door. Meal service: Dinner Atmosphere: Quirky ”