Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in London Spitalfields
Hardens guides have spent 30 years compiling reviews of the best Spitalfields restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 10 restaurants in Spitalfields and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Spitalfields restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
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1. The Duck Truck Burgers, etc restaurant in Spitalfields Lamb Street - E1
“Mouthwateringly delicious duck” – “not just wraps”, but other dishes such as confit duck, pulled duck or duck steaks in a brioche bun – win a massive thumbs-up for this “unusual, quirky and quite unique” street-food star, permanently parked up by Spitalfields Market. “Best chips I’ve eaten in a very long time… and the duck is pretty good too!”
2. Galvin La Chapelle French restaurant in Spitalfields 35 Spital Sq - E1
The “most enchanting setting” – “an out-of-this-world conversion of an old church” (to be precise, the chapel of a Victorian school) – makes the Galvin Bros’ Spitalfields HQ one of London’s most “beautiful” restaurants. It provides a “special” backdrop “for keen business deals, or to impress your new love-interest” (and is “a particular attraction for guests from overseas”). There are “high standards across the board”, including “fantastic” modern French cuisine; a “classy wine list”; and “smart, swift, discreet service”.
3. Super Tuscan Italian restaurant in Spitalfields 8a Artillery Passage - E1
“A little bit of proper, authentic Italy near the City” – this audaciously named trattoria tucked away down a little lane near Spitalfields has won a steady following for its “original” approach. Importing specialist ingredients directly from Italy means it’s “not cheap”, although fans reckon it “offers very good value for money”.
4. Chick 'n' Sours Chicken restaurant in Spitalfields 14 Artillery Passage - E1
“Massive flavours, great vibe” and the “best chicken wings tasted in a long time” (#nextlevel) add up to “heaven in a chintzy, porcelain bowl”, say fans of this “great value” concept based in Haggerston, now with branches in Covent Garden and Islington. “It’s not just about the chicken – yes, it’s mega-crispy and yes, it’s super-juicy, but what sets Chick ‘n’ Sours apart are the garnishes, sides and sauces” – many of them Asian-inspired, such as “the yummy, smashed, spicy, peanuty, cucumber side”.
5. Andina Spitalfields Peruvian restaurant in Spitalfields 60-62 Commercial Street - E1
“Quite stunning food at a consistently high level”, led by “fresher-than-fresh ceviche” and other “flavoursome dishes”, earns improving ratings for Martin Morales’s small Peruvian group, inspired by the cooking of the Andes. “Fabulous to visit” – “the room is permanently sunny – or is that just the pisco sours?”. The Notting Hill venue includes a bakery.
6. Bleecker Burger Burgers, etc restaurant in Spitalfields Unit B Pavilion Building, Spitalfields Mkt - E1
“There is no finer burger in town: end of!” – Zan Kaufman’s tiny group “keeps things simple… and they smash it!”. “If you want mega-stacked, crazy combos, with layers and layers of toppings falling out of the side, there are numerous other (excellent) options in London. But if you want the best patties, made with the best aged beef, un-mucked-about-with and served by a bunch of nice people, then Bleecker is just the best there is”.
8. Satay Street Cafe Thai restaurant in Spitalfields 15 Goulston Street - E1
The Satay Street team have secured a permanent home after experience with pop-ups and street food stalls all over London.
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