Food Tour of London East End

The culinary scene of East London

/10 (513 votes)

London, United Kingdom

From 3 hours 30 minutes

About this tour

The East End is famously associated with cockney dialect, the birthplace of London’s street art scene, the home of legendary Brick Lane, Spitalfields market, and the neighborhood where old and new strike a fascinating balance.

You will literally eat your way through this food tour as you discover local eats like the UK’s best Fish & Chips 2 -time winner, the home of the city’s best bacon sandwich, a visit to Curry lane and so much more.

Greet your guide near Spitalfields and prepare to sample 10 local specialties during your stroll. Stops will  be made at Brushfield Street, Spitalfields, Hanbury Street, Brick Lane, Wilkes Street, London Central Mosque and Shoreditch High Str

Along the way you will come to understand why this neighbourhood is so unique and discover how it has changed from an infamously poor area to one of the trendiest places on the London map

Tour Highlights

  • Discover more about the East End’s multicultural cuisine and history
  • Indulgent Humble crumble desserts
  • Have a bite at the award-winning restaurant St John Bread and Wine
  • Wander to Poppies for an authentic fish and chip shop
  • Admire the various architectural designs of the region

Practical information

What’s include

  • Up to 10 food or drinks to taste at 6 different locations
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • London – A food lover’s guide

What’s not included

  • Gratuities / Tips for guides
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Extra drinks – Email for advice of get 3 additional drinks with our Premium Drink Package

Additional information

Operated by London Food Tours by Eating Europe


/10 (513 votes)

The East End Food tour was such a fun and delicious experience. Our tour guide Katie was very friendly and knowledgeable. The East End is not necessarily an area that we would have known to visit on our trip to London but once there we were definitely excited to explore and learn about the cultural diversity and its history through food. Definitely a must do trip when in London!

Review by Carol Ann B.