A Michelin-starred restaurant since 2011, this fine-dining establishment knows how to tickle you taste buds with refined dishes from the French cuisine and wow you with its awe-inspiring backdrop.
Owned by the brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin, La Chapelle is an experience destination for foodies. Set in the magnificent St. Bishop’s Hall, a 19th-century building of particular historical interest, the food and the place are bound to transmit many feelings to those who decide to visit.
After a hugely successful opening month, the Galvin Restaurant Group have extended their EOTHO offering until 30th September. Simply quote EAT OUT when placing your reservation.
Rainbo: delightfully colourful Japanese street food
Rainbo serves distinctive Japanese street food influenced by trips to this unique country, and the cities of Tokyo and Osaka.
Try their colourful and homemade Gyozas, crunchy Katsu, steaming Bao buns and much more, for a true Asian-inspired meal.
You can find their characteristic black truck with paper lanterns in Lamb Street.
Ready to feed that craving you got for delicious street food and tantalizing fine-dining? Don’t know which food market in London to pick for your meal? This is your opportunity!
Come down to Spitalfields Market this month for a food deal to end all food deals. From the 3rd to the 31st of August, every Monday to Wednesday – thanks to the Eat Out to Help Out Government scheme – you can enjoy a 50% discount (and up to £10 discount per person) on food and non-alcoholic drinks to consume at your food place of choice.
The scheme is valid at participating businesses only, but you can make use of the offer as many times as you want.
You probably already know that Spitalfields is one of the best food markets in London for both street food and fine-dining so, what are you waiting for?
Head over to our lovely angle of London to revel in some great food and drinks and, since you’ll be here already, browse the offer of our talented independent traders too.
Londoners can enjoy again their favourite food from around the world thanks to this amazing deal and, at the same time, help out one of the categories most affected by the past few months of closures.
Eat Out to Help Out is a scheme devised to support restaurants all over the country and is a great way to get to know new cuisines and drinks that you may not have tried before.
Since our reopening on June 15th, the restaurants and food trucks at Spitalfields Market have been back at it, providing tempting dishes for the tastebuds of our visitors.
How to get your Eat Out to Help Out discount at Spitalfields Market
To get your 50% discount on food and soft drinks, head over to your chosen restaurants on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday of every week, until the end of August.
No need for a voucher, you’ll get your discount straight from the food place and pub of your choice, which will be later reimbursed by the government directly,
Any other offer and discount currently being offered by the single establishments can be applied in conjunction with the scheme,
There is no minimum spend and the offer is available to any diner, of any group size. Just get in touch with the restaurants beforehand to know how many can be safely seated in, if you are going with a large group,
Alcoholic drinks or service charges are excluded from the offer.
Which Restaurants and Street Food trucks participate in the Eat Out to Help Out at Spitalfields?
The list is not exhaustive, but enjoy some of the tastiest food in London at the following restaurants which are all part of the scheme to get you a great deal on amazing dishes. To know all the other participating establishments, just click on the scheme website and insert the postcode of the area.
Leon: the naturally fast food that is good for you and the planet
Leon doesn’t need a presentation, does it? Its menu takes inspiration from the Mediterranean cuisine and includes food prepared with attention to seasonality and ingredients from local sources.
Their mission is to make fast food not just taste good, but be good for your health as well. With a good part of their dishes plant-based, their menu also sees quality meats sourced responsibly.
Go try out their Sticky Mango Chicken Wings, Coconut Jackfruit and Lime Curry or their Moroccan Meatballs Box.
The Grocer Market Tavern: Traditional British Food with a modern twist
Looking for some British pub food? No need to go further than The Grocer Market Tavern! Masters of traditional British food, the Chefs here use seasonal and responsibly sourced ingredients in all their dishes.
From freshly-made Sausage Rolls to crispy Young’s Beer-Battered Cod and juicy 28-Day-Aged Flat Iron Steak, you’re sure to find what you are looking for. Dine inside or al fresco in their terrace, and experience that traditional pub feeling mashed with modern fine dining.
Charred: mouth-watering, slow-cooked, wood-smoked meat and vegetables
Charred is back! This unmissable street food truck, with restaurant-quality dishes, returns at Spitalfields Market with its signature slow-cooked meats in the American tradition and modern Indian influenced pickles, chutneys and sauces to-die-for.
Find them in lamb Street, Tuesday-Friday, from 12pm to 2pm.