46 Cafes Restaurants near Shoreditch London

We found 46 Cafes restaurants within 1 miles 1 miles of Shoreditch London

Renowned as a hub for art, culture and fashion, Shoreditch is a lively neighbourhood in London’s east end. Its vibrant nightlife, graffiti-laden walls and eclectic retail and restaurant scene afford the area a unique charm and dynamic atmosphere. It's an unmissable destination when visiting London. Completing Shoreditch’s rich tapestry is a diverse range of restaurants, offering locals and tourists an excellent selection of Michelin-starred fine dining, global food trucks and hole-in-the-wall secret gems. Shoreditch's diverse community is reflected through a variety of international cuisine, so if you fancy some authentic Indian or Italian food or would like to try something totally new, Shoreditch is the place to do it. While there is a wealth of global food on offer, many restaurants in London are centred around modern British cuisine and feature menus based on seasonal local produce, so fear not if you’re after a classic pub grub kind of meal. Read on to discover our collection of places to eat in Shoreditch.

Cafes Restaurants near Shoreditch London
Cafes Restaurants near Shoreditch London
Cafes Restaurants near Shoreditch London
Cafes Restaurants near Shoreditch London
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Rake’s Café Bar
Rake’s Café Bar
Rake’s Café Bar
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Rake’s Café Bar

Liverpool Street, EC2M 7QN
0.8 miles
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"Rake’s is a cafe-bar housed inside the Andaz, a five-star Hyatt hotel where once stood the infamous Bethlehem Hospital (aka ‘Bedlam’) ..." Read our full review

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Liverpool Street, London, EC2M 4SQ
Grain Kitchen

Grain Kitchen

London, E1 7DB
0.9 miles
Contemporary cafe serving hot & cold bowls with a creative mix of protein, veggies & grains.   Find out more
Kipferl

Kipferl

Islington, N1 8ED
0.9 miles
What we think
"For a business that prides itself on being London’s only Austrian deli, adding interlopers such as gazpacho & croissants to the menu (even if ..." Read our full review
OKN1

OKN1

London, N1 6LR
0.2 miles
From freshly baked morning pastries to colourful, photogenic lunches, beautiful cakes and bakes, and inventive seasonal dinners, this new Hackney café ... Find out more
Nude Espresso

Nude Espresso

London, E1 6QR
0.8 miles
What we think
"Located on Brick Lane, red-fronted Nude Espresso is serious about its coffee – all beans are aged for seven days, before being individually roast ..." Read our full review
The Clerkenwell Kitchen

The Clerkenwell Kitchen

Farringdon, EC1R 0AT
1.0 miles
What we think
"More of a daytime drop-in than a full-on restaurant, this soothing space on quiet Clerkenwell Close is what's modishly referred to as a ‘kitchen' ..." Read our full review
Common Counter

Common Counter

London, E2 6DG
0.6 miles
Glasshouse London is a multidisciplinary LGBTQIA+ venue in Shoreditch, offering a "place for queers to thrive" with books, coffee, socials, talks, music and ... Find out more
Allpress Espresso Roastery

Allpress Espresso Roastery

London, E2 7DP
0.5 miles
What we think
"With sacks of single-origin beans greeting you at the entrance, and the Petroncini roaster working its magic by the window, this minimalist café ..." Read our full review
Bodega Rita's

Bodega Rita's

Clerkenwell, EC1M 6BH
1.0 miles
Ottolenghi Spitalfields

Ottolenghi Spitalfields

Spitalfields, E1 7LJ
0.8 miles
Yotam Ottolenghi took London by storm a few years ago when he opened his first restaurant-cum-deli in Islington, and even now that he’s onto his fifth ... Find out more
The Brush Grand Café, Lounge & Cocktail Bar

The Brush Grand Café, Lounge & Cocktail Bar

Hoxton, EC2A 3JL
0.2 miles
Located on the first floor of art’otel London Hoxton, just a short walk from Old Street Station, The Brush Grand Cafe offers a variety of European dis ... Find out more
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Shoreditch boasts an excellent location in the heart of London’s arty and eclectic districts, and is conveniently located with plenty of public transport options for easy access to the rest of the capital. The area has a rich history, beginning as a rural settlement and developing into a bustling suburb under the Tudors. From there, it became the industrial engine behind London’s economy and the resulting slums of industrialisation went on to inspire the character Oliver Twist. Since the 2012 London Olympics, most of which was held in East London, the area has seen huge economic growth with companies like Google, Amazon and Bloomberg setting up shop, turning Old Street (now recognised as the ‘silicon roundabout’) into the third largest technology cluster after San Francisco and New York.

Shoreditch is also argued by many to be the birthplace of English theatre as the first two theatres in London were built in the area, one of which premiered Shakespeare’s iconic Romeo and Juliet in the late 16th-century. If you’ll be visiting for a while, there are plenty of exciting activities on offer in Shoreditch. Browse Old Spitalfields Market, one of the oldest markets in London, which has everything from vintage clothing and antiques to food trucks flogging falafel wraps and bao buns. Take a stroll down the Columbia Road flower market, or if you’re up for something a bit more out there, partake in a Jack the Ripper walking tour, as he famously used to operate in the area. After a long day, why not settle in for a few drinks at one of the many rooftop bars and restaurants in Shoreditch, and soak up the excellent city skyline views?