Street, pub and ethnic: the best food to eat in London
Pack you luggage and go… we suggest the best places where to eat in London!
Our suggestions go from pub, to ethnic restaurant, street food stall to satisfy every need!
Red Dog Saloon
Subway station: Old Street
This pub is located in Shorecitch, an area in the London nightlife where the youths usually meed to go to Pub and clubs. To eat, you are spoilt of choice, but if you want to challenge your friends with an enormous hamburger go to “Red Dog Saloon”, here you can taste the Devastator, a hamburger 30 cm high, stuffed with meat and high quality ingredients, add fried onion on it, it is amazing. We suggest the Candem Pale Ale, a great Ipa that will inebriate the palate and your mind! A welcoming pub with wooden walls, we suggest you to book.
Spitalfiedls, 6-8 Hanbury Street, subway station Aldgate; East Candem Town, 30 Hawley Crescent, subway station Candem Town.
You can find this place both in Spitalfield and Candem! The best place to taste a great fish’n’chips! Light batter and perfect french fries! The place is decorated in perfect 50s-style and the weightier wears their clothes in Elvis style! You can choose different type of fried fish and for the bravest there is the eel in aspic! The prices are on an average of 9 pounds for fish’n’chips and a drink. You can sit down or take the food away on false newspaper pages.
Brew Dog Pub
In London, there are plenty of pubs but one of the greatest is Shoreditch. Young and informal atmosphere and different types of beer: from lager to thick stout, from the IPA to the beers with fruit. If you have never taste an Ipa do not hesitate and order immediately a Punk Ipa! Fresh perfumes and worm atmosphere, you won’t be able to drink just a beer!
Here there are plenty of stalls of street food! The perfumes are overwhelming and you can travel from the Asiatic cuisine to the southern american one, the prices are on the average and the quality and quantity of the food won’t leave you disappointed.
Among them, there is the “Shree Ganesh Nepali”: the sizzle of the fried lamb attract you, the exotic and inebriant smell of Nepal are mixed together the spicy and the chickpea soup served on a bed of pilaf rice.
Among the stalls of craftsmanship and flaw market there are stands of food from every part of the world, from the Italian to the Arabian cuisine. For vegetarian, but not only, we suggest the best falafel of London at “Falafel Point”: homemade pita, fresh ingredients and great falafel will conquer your heart…and stomach.
At Brick Lane Market you can find stalls with Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Indian and south american specialities… thus from all over the world. Each place here is perfect for a break or a low coast lunch!
Very close to the London Bridge and Thames, you can find Borought Maket, an area with the greatest and most perfumed food market. Each stall propose its specialities, from buffalo mozzarella to the Indian cuisine of Gujarat. Try everything, the quality and the prices are amazing!