Albion Shoreditch 1

2-4 Boundary Street , London, E2 7DD

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SquareMeal Review of Albion Shoreditch

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.

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Albion Shoreditch is recommended for

Buzzy | Fun | Child Friendly | Afternoon Eating | Afternoon Tea | Breakfast | Brunch | Sunday Roast | Outside Seating

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Shoreditch Tube Station 446m

Shorditch Station 546m

Address

Address: 2-4 Boundary Street , London E2 7DD

Area: Bethnal Green Shoreditch

Opening times

Mon-Sun 8am-10.30PM

Nearby Landmarks

Brick Lane 653m

Spitalfields 664m

Details

Telephone: 020 7729 1051

Website:

Cuisine: British

9.0

Food & Drink: 9.0

Service: 8.0

Atmosphere: 8.0

Value: 8.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Anthony S. 09 December 2010

I go to the Albion regularly and I like the place very much. The British food selection is good and the staff are attractive, cheery and welcoming. The place has a young buzz about it – not Hoxton scruffy but not too formal and stuffy either. I like the idea of the shared tables. The Albion stays open lateish and is a good place on Sunday evenings to bring you back to urban living after a weekend in the country.