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Set in a former florist’s, This Bright Field may look like just another coffee shop, but inside it’s a trove of ‘very skilled cooking’ and delightful British food – no wonder it has made friends
quickly with its flexible, gently priced approach to all-day eating. Expect sausage sandwiches and strong tea for a bleary-eyed mum’s breakfast, Orkney kippers with tarragon butter for weekend
brunch or soup, sandwiches and salads for working lunches – all crafted with a bit of cheffy finesse. The kitchen also trades up to supper four evenings a week, when a ‘superb value’ menu offers
the likes of raw pressed beef, Torbay Sole with capers and seared lemon, and rhubarb-fool ice cream. Natural wines, local beers and great coffee are sourced and served with pride.
This is a fairly new restaurant located in a rather run down part of Bethnal Green (and yes, I mean by Bethnal Green standards). The restaurant is on Cambridge Heath Road and is easily missed as it is squeezed in between offices and a few shops. This Bright Field probably used to be a shop as the walls are all made of glass which makes the place looks airy, modern although shame the view of Cambridge Heath road and the working men’s pub) isn’t nicer. None the less as you walk through the door you can tell this place is cool, modern and had a lot of thought put into it...
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