Spitalfields

ottolenghi spitalfields

LONDON | Yotam Ottolenghi needs no introductions, having become one of the most popular restaurateurs in London over the past decade. He’s released several cookbooks that have become staples in our household, had his own TV show, and owned several restaurants, one of the largest being his Ottolenghi deli in Spitalfields.

culpeper spitalfields

LONDON | The owners of The Culpeper, a gastropub in Whitechapel, have turned their rooftop space into a fully functioning greenhouse, growing their own vegetables, fruit and herbs to be used in the downstairs kitchen. And amongst all of it lies a hidden bar serving bespoke botanical cocktails as well

dennis severs' house spitalfields

LONDON | Dennis Severs’ House is one of London’s quirkiest gems and, despite its central location, has managed to stay off the radar of most visitors. Located on Folgate Street in Spitalfields, Dennis Severs’ House is a “still-life drama” created by Dennis Severs, an American artist who lived in the house

old spitalfields market

LONDON | The Old Spitalfields Market is a covered market in Spitalfields, housed in buildings dating back to 1897, with two thirds rebuilt in the late 20th century. A market has existed on this site ever since King Charles proclaimed the market in 1638, when it was used for the

hawksmoor spitalfields

LONDON | Hawksmoor Spitalfields is where the Hawksmoor story began, and 10 years after opening its still going strong. A steakhouse first and foremost, Hawksmoor is famous for selling what many, including ourselves, consider to be the best steaks in the UK. Beef is supplied by artisan butcher Ginger Pig, and

nude espresso spitalfields london

LONDON | Nude Espresso Spitalfields take their coffee very seriously, which is evident from their micro-roastery and coffee school across the road from the cafe. When you walk in the small, bright space and look at the coffee board, you’re greeted with an array of coffee options. There’s the house

Today starts at Liverpool Street station, which is directly above and next to, but should not be confused with, the Liverpool Street underground station. It is the third largest station in London and connects the capital with various UK locations. Liverpool Street just outside the station gives quite a good