Cafe 1001 serve a variety of sandwiches, snacks and beverages. A takeaway menu is also available.
Venue Details & Map
1 Dray WalkShadwellLondonE1 6QL
- +44 (0)20 7247 9679
- Public transport:
- Shoreditch, Underground
I come here for their short film movie nights. This place makes a great space for it as it's pretty big and full of couches and chair, although they are well warn. The staff here are friendly, and they have a decent bar with the full cafe out front. I haven't eaten here yet, but they do seem to have a good selection of items to choose from. Basic facility with good prices in a nice location.more
I give it 4 stars for endless internetting and lounging in leather couches and pillows without hassle to leave. I noticed both locals and travellers hang out at this spot, pribably because its cheap and has great coffee. Food is average, dirty hot breakfasts, sandwiches, soups but all affordable and as I mentioned a great internet spot. Not quiet for study but their groovy house tunes may get...more
On my last trip to London I was looking for a good place to get some work done and get some good food at the same time. This place was perfect for that.
They serve great breakfast with various selections of eggs, veggies and pastries and there's plenty of table space and free wifi.
The tables upstairs even have accessible plugs for charging your laptop. The atmosphere was laid back and quiet...more
Still in shock! Ordered scrambled eggs on toast. After waiting quite a while a woman brought my plate out (nice outdoor seating!), they were two fried eggs on toast. I said I ordered scrambled. Her reaction was an eyeroll, and said ' well no-one told me', and she proceeded to put it in front of me. I told her, I'd like scrambled as I asked for scrambled! She huffed and puffed and took my...more
I will forever nurture a fondness for this place but I have to say that it's not what it used to be. Back when I first came to London to visit friends at uni, this place was constantly heaving with too cool for school precursory hipsters, way back when we didn't even call them that. Now it seems in a sad state, only ever packed in the summer on market days. I feel sorry for the guy who mans...more