The Ironmonger Baths is a local authority–run gym and pool complex which is popular but not too crowded, and has a great pool and...
This cemetery just outside the City walls has been a burial ground for over 1000 years (‘Bunhill’ supposedly comes from the area's...
Slick, wood-panelled speakeasy offering nightly live music. The well-executed cocktails are divided into four eras: before and during...
Housed in a striking little round building, the Shoreditch Grind has top coffee – and its own espresso blend – breakfasts, lunches and...
Lonely Planet review
It would be easy to dismiss Jamie Oliver’s nonprofit training restaurant as a gimmick, but on our latest visit the kitchen was in fine fettle. Here young chefs from disadvantaged backgrounds train with experienced professionals, creating an ambitious and interesting Italian menu. The ground-floor trattoria is a relaxed venue, while the underground dining room is more formal. Reservations are usually essential.