TIME for a mini guide on East London.
When you have about 24h in the city (and it’s big) you can actually spend most of your time literally around this block on Redchurch Street.
Here’s a few of my fav stops. Enjoy!
Min mini-London guide!
A mix of store and coffee shop, totally love zipping on a coffee on their bench (if the weather invites me too).
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Shop the blog friendly products or a free ride of their amazing hand cream, sort of a “drive through”-feeling. Love it!
Hangout a Sunday afternoon at this place, have a tofu scramble or a halloumi burger with a bloody merry. Maybe sneak down for a film screening?
Burro e Salvia – 52 Redchurch Street
Buy with you Italian handmade pasta, basta!
This coffee is simply the best. Best service and just soo good.
Good men’s shopping.
O Canadian, this brand founded by Shannon Wilson is the former lead designer of Lululemon. Love going here touching her soft machine-washable technical cashmere clothing and accessories… So rad. So irrestiable.
Need a burger? To be found around London at 9 hot addresses.
One of my favorite brunch places in London, or pop by the café around the corner. Organic seasonal British super food with a nice ambiance, to be find at 4 distinctive locations across London.
This is really the sweetest chocolate store in Shoreditch with its factory in back. Pick between a never-ending-choices such as ginger, mint, bitter, dark, milk choclate in the cutest packaging.
Looking for meet and bones? Then here we go – dig into it!
Shoreditch House – 1 Ebor Street
Soho House in East London, go to the gym, brunch, dinner or have fun. Reminds you of New York’s Soho House in Meatpacking.
Dishoom – 7 Boundary Street
A sneaky pitstop when you’re looking for excellent mango lassis and marinated lamb (love the Sheekh Kabab on the menu with broccoli bowl ) meanwhile getting exotic Bombay vibes.