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40 of the best restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Shoreditch

Shoreditch is an East London food mecca. Whether you're keeping it classy at The Clove Club or queuing for a salt beef bagel at Beigel Bake, there's myriad options out there for you to explore. Here's our pick of the best restaurants Shoreditch has got

Lyle's: Foodism 100 winner 2019

Introducing Lyle's, a Shoreditch-based warehouse restaurant run by James Lowe and John Ogier that serves artful, creative food with a sustainable ethos at the heart of its operations

Flavour of the Week: Patty & Bun Redchurch Street

The much-loved burger brand has opened a new site in Shoreditch – but this one's a little bit different. We find burgers, confit chicken and damn good negronis

Flavour of the Week: Absurd Bird

Shoreditch adds to its flock of Southern-style restaurants in the form of Absurd Bird, which specialises in – yep, you guessed it – fried chicken and moonshine cocktails

Café from Crisis: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet Cafe from Crisis, the social enterprise cafe in Shoreditch that's spent the last 15 years working to end homelessness. It won the Best Café award, sponsored by Yeo Valley, at the Foodism 100 awards

Lahpet, London Fields: restaurant review

Having first introduced Burmese street food to the capital at Maltby Street Market last year, Lahpet takes on Hackney, bringing its brand of Myanma cuisine to East London

Local Heroes: Winner, winner, chicken dinner

Like so many parts of London, chicken is gentrifying.

Restaurant review: Smokestak, Shoreditch

David Carter's Smokestak is rightly thought of as London street-food royalty, and its long-awaited permanent site in Shoreditch hits all the right notes

The Frog E1: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet Frog E1, an anti-food-waste fine-dining restaurant, which has recently relocated to Hoxton. It won the Best Fine Dining Restaurant, sponsored by Our/London Vodka, at the 2018 Foodism 100 awards

The best places to drink craft beer in London

From hoppy IPAs to malty stouts, London is awash in craft beer right now – not to mention places to drink it. So how do you know where to go? We’ve enlisted the help of craft beer fanatics Greg Wells and Daniel Sylvester, co-founders of London Craft Beer Festival, to build you a beery bucket list