Shoreditch

Shoreditch

Vibrant & Exciting

Sitting between Old Street and Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch is the playground for the thrill seeking Londoner. Lively hotspots are at the corner of every cobbled avenue and if you want to be part of everything that is hip in London then come to Shoreditch.

For busy workers who want a short commute the apartment is only a short walk to the Barbican Centre, Liverpool Street, The City of London & the tech offices on Old Street. A slightly longer bike ride (but nothing to arduous) you will be in Canary Wharf.

On a weekend days it is all about markets and the busy East End markets of Columbia Road, Brick Lane and Broadway Market are are close by. We love browsing the stalls inside Spitalfields Market and dipping into the covered street-food market on Brick Lane for a bite to eat. Mrs Clarke loves getting ghetto-fabulous nails at Imarni Nails and Mr Clarke likes an old-school shave by Jack the Clipper.

Where everyone wants to live

For foodies, Shoreditch offers everything, literally everything that your taste buds could dream of. Head to Boxpark’s array of bars and cafés – we like Voodoo Ray’s pizza for a cheap, delicious snack or the fabulous falafel café upstairs. Andina is one of London’s best Peruvian restaurants, a short stroll from Shoreditch High Street. Old favs like Hawksmoor and Dishoom are on your doorstep too. Stroll down Kingsland Road – aka Phở Mile – for some of the city’s best Vietnamese food. But our enduring favourite has to be St John Bread and Wine as we can’t resist a white tablecloth and a a good wine list.

Shoreditch High Street operates London Overground services and Old Street is on the Bank branch of the Northern Line. Oxford Street is a 20-minute bus journey. Shoreditch is just outside the Congestion Charge zone.

  • Pubs: We love The Redchurch Bar for a mean cocktails, a boogie at XOYO, and a pint at the Queen of Hoxton
  • Walks: Head to the canal for a nice stroll
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