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Leadenhall Market - Things to do - City of London A modern retail centre set within a historical Victorian market place. Leadenhall Street, Gracechurch Street and Lime Street, EC3V 1LT (Google Map) Use TfL Journey Planner for public transport options. Contact individual shops for their opening hours. Public areas of the market building are generally open 24 hours a day. All public areas of the market are fully accessible. Check out Leadenhall Market's events page to find out what's on The Cycle Hub | Its all about the bike Enter - Brick Lane CycleLab & JuiceBar | Bikes, Repairs, Coffee, Crepes & Juices in the Heart of Shoreditch Top 10 Restaurants and Bars for Dining in London’s Shoreditch East London is drawing chefs like a superconducting magnet. They are following the creatives and other young professionals who have moved to the area, which is also home to Silicon Roundabout—the U.K. hub for Web businesses. Shoreditch is at the center of all this. If you meet anyone really hip, they may tell you it's over and that the in crowd has moved farther east, to Hackney. Here are 10 to try, from a tiny basement speakeasy to establishments with innovative chefs and even a Michelin star. 8 Hoxton Square Hoxton Square is the historic center of the Shoreditch scene. Cay Tre This Vietnamese cafe is among the finest in London—and with better food than you will find in fancier restaurants. Ceviche This brand-new Peruvian restaurant is the third from Martin Morales, who also owns Ceviche in Soho and Andina in Shoreditch. Clove Club If you are going for one gourmet meal in Shoreditch, this is the place, closely followed by Lyle's. Dishoom Happiness Forgets Lyle's Merchants Tavern Rochelle Canteen

The 13 best places to eat in Shoreditch Looking for a great restaurant in one of the coolest areas in East London? Then check out our guide to the best places to eat in Shoreditch! Also, don’t miss out on the 10 best restaurants in Dalston – one of our other favourite areas in East London. Craving a Sunday roast? We add to this post regularly and keep it updated each month, as well as keeping you updated with fresh articles on what’s going on event and food wise in the rest of London. Best places to eat in Shoreditch Andina Photo credit: www.fluidlondon.co.uk Named after the Peruvian term for ‘a woman from the Andes’, Andina was one of the first restaurants to start the Peruvian food trend in London a few years ago. The ceviche (raw fish ‘cooked’ in citrus juices), superfood smoothies and extensive breakfast menus are particularly popular with regulars. Hawksmoor Spitalfields Photo credit: www.thehawksmoor.com Merchant’s Tavern Photo credit: www.theguardian.com Tramshed Photo credit: blog.onefinestay.com The Princess of Shoreditch

Cycle Revolution - Design Museum The last decade has seen a revolution in cycling, on a scale not witnessed in the UK since the Second World War. Cycle Revolution celebrates the diversity of contemporary cycling in Britain from every day commuting to Olympic level competition. It brings together bicycles, clothing, accessories, equipment, film and photography to explain where cycling is now and where it might take us in the future. The exhibition looks at cycling subcultures through four ‘tribes’ – the High Performers who reach Olympic speeds, the Thrill Seekers who take on all terrains, the Urban Riders who pedal our cities mile by mile, and the Cargo Bikers who work on two wheels. Cycle Revolution closes with a glimpse into the future of cycling – how it is changing the infrastructure of the city, and how architects, designers and urban planners are responding to the needs of twenty-first century cyclists?

Un weekend dans l’est de Londres – de Shoreditch à Brick Lane | Bambi à Paris Je vous propose une balade au cœur de l’un des quartiers les plus créatifs de Londres : Shoreditch. Alors voici 8 idées pour vous inspirer un petit weekend dans l’est londonien ! Mon cher ami, j’ai nommé l’appareil photo reflex Nikon D610, sera là pour vous guider en images… shoreditch 1_ Boire un cocktail au Restaurant fusion japonais brésilien Sushi samba shoreditch Saviez-vous qu’on compte au Brésil plus de 1,5 millions de nikkeis, c’est à dire la plus grande diaspora japonaise au monde ? @ Liverpool Street station or Aldgate East station or Shoreditch High Street stationshoreditch 2_ Dîner péruvien chez Andina et se balader dans les rues avoisinantes Il semblerait qu’à Londres, l’une des dernières modes soit la cuisine péruvienne, très riche en superfood. @ Embankment station 4_ Faire un tour au marché de BrickLane pour prendre sa dose d inspiration british 7_ Faire son shopping floral à Columbia market columbia street 20mn à pied de @ Liverpool Street stationcolumbia market ace hotel

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