Top Al Fresco Dining Spots in East London
Things are heating up in East London, if you find yourself looking for somewhere to soak up the sun, why not enjoy some fabulous food and drinks while you do it? Here’s our round-up of the best places for al fresco dining in East London.
Looking for your own Garden of Eden in East London? Look no further than the original Rochelle Canteen in Shoreditch. Once you’ve found your way in and nabbed yourself a table, sit down to enjoy super seasonal cooking by owners Melanie Arnold and Margot Henderson in this heavenly oasis.
Angelina in Dalston is like the friend you can always rely on. Come rain or shine, you can get your fix of some of the best food in town. And for all our people-watching fanatics, Angelina has a fab terrace overlooking the bustling street below, making it the perfect spot to watch the world go by.
Queen of Hoxton
Find a sweet oasis away from the busy streets of Shoreditch. Wind your way up the spiraling Queen Of Hoxton staircase to catch a glimpse of the pristine cherry blossom motifs as you allow yourself to be transported into the magical garden that lies ahead.
Another one for the people watchers. Towpath Cafe is a quaint little restaurant set almost on the canal path itself, making it nearly exclusively outside. It comes with one issue: getting a table, due to its seasonal hours during the warmer months and the crowds it draws from all over the city. Better get ready to fight for your spot…
Sager + Wilde (Paradise Row Location)
A seamless transition from the main dining area to the stunning al fresco courtyard. The paradise row location boasts both a dining area for S+W’s glorious Italian dishes, and a bar serving up an ever-changing cocktail menu centered around different spirits.
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