London's East End

While visiting Nuno Mendes' Viajante, don't miss these art galleries, shops and restaurants.
Shopping at Caravan, in London's East End. Photo © Arch MacDonnell/InHouse Design.
Shopping at Caravan, in London's East End. Photo © Arch MacDonnell/InHouse Design.
London's East End: Caravan
© Arch MacDonnell/ InHouse Design

1. Caravan

The whimsical items sold at this shop include ceramic owls and vintage mannequins.

London's East End: Whitechapel Gallery
© Matthew Burlep

2. Whitechapel Gallery

At the restaurant of this modern-art gallery, Michael Paul cooks dishes like heritage carrot four ways (soup to pancake).

London's East End: The Hackney Pearl
© Jorge Monedero

3. The Hackney Pearl

This funky café-pub makes superlative cocktails. Visiting chefs from nearby restaurants such as St. John host occasional dinners.

London's East End: The Lollipop Shoppe
Courtesy of The Lollipop Shoppe

4. The Lollipop Shoppe

The design store stocks works from new talents, like Fredrik Mattson's colorful pendant light.

London's East End: Bistrot Bruno Loubet
© Amy Murrell

5. Bistrot Bruno Loubet

London's rock-star chef of the 1990s is back with dishes like a savory tart of mackerel and pickled vegetables.

6. Rochelle Canteen

Melanie Arnold and Margot Henderson (wife of Fergus Henderson) serve lunch only, in a former bike shed.


PUBLISHED January 2011

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