Royal Inn on the Park
The ‘Regent’s Park of the East End’, Victoria Park is an 86-hectare leafy expanse opened in 1845 – the first public park in the East End...
This is something like a Starbucks-size international chain that serves comedy instead of coffee. There’s eating, drinking and laughing...
The freshest of fresh fish and crustaceans are dispensed from both a busy takeaway section (where a blackboard tells you from where your...
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Lonely Planet review
On the northern border of Victoria Park, this excellent place, once a poster pub for Transport for London, has a half-dozen real ales and Czech lagers on tap, outside seating to the front and a recently made-over garden at the back. It’s always lively and attracts a mixed boho/louche Hackney crowd.