Brick Lane Beigel Bake is one of Brick Lane's most famous eateries, known for its salt beef, pickled gherkin and mustard beigel. Another well-known product is the smoked salmon and cream cheese version. This cafe's simple interior and low-key exterior make the delicious food even more of a surprise.
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Venue Details & Map
Brick Lane Beigel Bake
159 Brick LaneLondonE1 6SB
- +44 (0)20 7729 0616
- Public transport:
- Shoreditch, Underground
It's hard to find cheap food that's also delicious in London, so the HOT SALT BEEF BEIGEL for £3.70 here is a HUGE steal. I didn't come across this spot until I had walked through the entire Brick Lane Market since it's located at the far end, and not gonna lie, I regretted eating the food I had in the market and wish I had come here first.
The line can get pretty long here, but don't be...more
I heard about this golden fleece on a blog talking about the best late night eats in London; after such a tantalising description and raving reviews, I bookmarked it and promised myself to visit.
Well yesterday was that day.
This place is truly fantastic. Fresh AND fast, as well as mind blowingly cheap.
They cook bagels there (funny that) so they're super fresh and the smell envelops you as...more
Well, this was definitely a different experience for me. Starting with a disclaimer: the 5 stars are for a place that is unashamedly non-posh and marketing as a straightforward 24/7 eatery. Its quick service, mass volume and on-the-go. And in that deprtament it delivers excellence. The formula is simple: make a great, chewy, wonderfully textured beigel and fill it with whatever people...more
So so sooo good! I really wish they had something like this place in Los Angeles. The salted beef is just to die for! People cue up for a long time just to try this place and it is so worth it.
They're also 24 hours, so you can get it anytime of day!!more
Hey man you can get real cheap bagels here with lots of different fillers at ANY TIME YOU WANT!
I tried the cream cheese, and peanut butter, separately. Solid bagels, probably even taste better after a few pints. The salted beef looked particularly wonderful, especially if I ate meat.more