The Cocktail Trading Co. Brick Lane
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Serious cocktail bar offering a range of classics and new creations in a funky and on-trend venue.
Point of Interest
“When you think of the UK skate scene, London and the Southbank are the first places that spring to mind. The Southbank undercroft was not built with the intention of creating an iconic skate spot. It’s dark and dingy with mismatched flooring. Due to its history and difficulty, it attracts the best skateboarders and teams in the city. Expect large crowds watching you while you skate at this spot. It’s located right next to the River Thames at the heart of the Southbank—a place that draws thousands of tourists each day. My friends and I kind of forget they’re there, but it can be quite intimidating if you’re not used to it.”
“While the original St. John is rightly regarded as the most important British restaurant in a generation, Bread & Wine, the sister site in Spitalfields, is a better and more interesting restaurant today. If food were a religion, then this would be its church. Indeed, to many, Ferguson Henderson is God. Welsh rarebit, bone marrow and parsley salad, foie gras on toast, mussels with cider, devilled kidneys and half a dozen madeleines; a whole roast suckling pig if you so wish: lunch here is one of the purest, most heavenly restaurant experiences in London.”
“Japanese, Chinese and South East Asian dishes combine at this compact tapas restaurant.”
“Well worth a visit if you like BrewDog beer and are in the area. I quite like Elvis juice but don't take my word for it!”