Brick Lane Category

blitzshop2
Tuesday 25 September, 2012

Blitz Vintage – Brick Lane

Blitz is a pretty sophisticated vintage shop. It’s a lot slicker than most vintage stores, some real money has been spent making it stand out from the rest…


fullstop8
Sunday 16 September, 2012

Full Stop – Brick Lane

What was once a really good little antique shop is now an even better café. I like it because it’s been designed to look like a sitting room from another decade…


blitzcafe2
Tuesday 21 August, 2012

Blitz Cafe – Brick Lane

Blitz Cafe is slightly off the main thoroughfare of Brick Lane and is definitely my favourite cafe in the area. Part of a vintage department store (as it calls itself) they don’t serve food just some good cakes and very nice coffee…


bricklanecoffee10
Saturday 22 October, 2011

Brick Lane Coffee – Brick Lane

Brick Lane Coffee was one of the first of this type of cafe, I mean the homey, cluttered type which encourages people to read magazines and…


stjohn3
Thursday 01 September, 2011

St John Bread and Wine – Spitalfields

St.John Bread and Wine is like a sophisticated greasy spoon with a simple, smart and unfussy interior. They serve British food such as…


grenier5
Friday 26 November, 2010

Le Grenier – Brick Lane

Le Grenier has a truly fantastic collection of well, random stuff, for want of a better word. Full sets of brown and orange tea cups, sugar pots and tea jars interspersed with eclectic …


fika6
Saturday 16 October, 2010

Fika – Brick Lane

Fika is such a perfect little restaurant . It’s small and cosy dowstairs with a great roof terrace upstairs. The food is Swedish – some of it fairly typical: meatballs, reindeer salami, that kind of thing – and delicious…