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With fresh veg for sale outside, & shelves groaning under the weight of expensive provisions, Albion seems more suited to nappy valley than edgy Shoreditch. Even so, locals continue to pile
into this self-styled ‘caff’, with its white tongue-&-groove interior, ‘young buzz’ & cheery service. A busy team of cooks rustles up a tempting range of breads, cakes & more
substantial fare from the open kitchen; breakfasts range from croissants & pain au chocolat to hearty platefuls of devilled kidneys & kippers, while lunch & dinner bring homespun
British dishes such as beef & stout pie alongside generous sandwiches. Don’t forget to buy a flapjack or three on the way out. No bookings.
Albion is one of my favourite spots in East London for a quick coffee or an afternoon cup of tea. This modern café forms part of the Boundary Project, Terence Conran’s multidisciplinary space, which comprises Boundary Rooftop (with killer views over the city – on my to-do list when the weather gets warmer!), Boundary Restaurant (I’ve had a bday dinner there and fully recommend it!) and finally, the Albion...
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