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HASH is a short order all day cafe and brunch bar, specialising in quirky twists on British an American brunch foods with influence from around the world
The BEST breakfast/brunch place - especially after a long weekend - it’s really my favourite spot if you love eggs of all styles and pancakes, Crepes, fresh fruits and juices , it’s small and quaint but don’t be fooled this is some fine presentation as well.
Hungover in Dalston? This much-loved caff – self styled as a ‘modern greasy spoon’ – will see you right again. There‘s a formidable brunch menu with everything from posh fry-ups to pancakes, plus sarnies and omelettes for lunch, and cocktails for a hair-of-the-dog recovery aid.
An independent restaurant run by husband and wife, Hash E8 is a moder-day British dinner with more than a few tasty and greasy treats on the menu. Once you've treated yourself to breakfast, lunch or dinner, chill out with authentic cocktails and some top tunes.
An East London favourite for a few years now, Hash make what can only be described as extremely proper brunches. Their classic sweet potato and chorizo hash comes with spinach and a couple of poached eggs piled on top.
“Modern British/European dishes in an arty setting with concrete bar and wooden furniture.”
“Three Compasses is a charming pub on Dalston Lane that doesn't conform to what you'd typically expect from a popular bar in zone two. It isn't a super-chic hipster parade with a microbrewery and a room for stroking cats; it takes a much more simple approach - focusing on serving up some of the best burgers in London, pouring the finest ales, offering a plethora of board games, and boasts some of the friendliest bar folk around. ”
“LUNCH/ DINNER This is one of my favourite spots. They offer great salads, vegetarian options as well as meat dishes and wine.”
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“Turkish Food Centre (TFC) on the iconic Ridley Road at the far end of the market has an impressive selection of Turkish and Middle Eastern food essentials, as well as fresh produce. Not to miss are the fresh flatbreads at the back of the shop, the Turkish feta and wide variety of olives behind the counter. Judging by the amazingly low prices, one might think they were no longer in London!”