Beagle is a restaurant, bar and coffee shop set within three beautiful railway arches in Shoreditch. We serve seasonal, produce led, affordable British food and drinks.
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397-400 Geffrye StreetLondonE2 8HZ
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Came to the Begal for their Sunday night jazz offering, which includes a selection of three 5 pound cocktails. It was a great way to spend a few hours, and the bitches brew cocktail was amazing - cold, smooth, with a real maraschino cherry on top. Jazz trio was excellent and the place had an industrial manhattan vibe. It's great to sit indoors, but the patio is heated so smokers can enjoy the...more
I have to admit right off the bat that I come from a place with rather bland food culture, so my review may be inflated simply by virtue of the fact that the food here tasted GOOD. But judging by the other reviews, my five-star rating is not too far off.
We had a late dinner here and the whole experience was just impeccable. The waitress explained not only exactly which farm my chicken came...more
Came here on a Sunday for brunch and immediately loved the archway decor. The open space and bright atmosphere made up for the cloudy day.
They were serving both brunch and lunch and I opted to look at the lunch menu, which seems to change daily.
The grililed eggplant (aubergine yea yea..) with labneh on griddle bread brought in elements of Mediterranean food and the beetroot, pink sorreel,...more
This place is 5 stars PLUS! The brunch place I have been waiting for. The space itself is gorgeous. Great ambiance, better service, but the best is the food (as it should at a restaurant).
If you are in for brunch, I recommend the Eggs and Hash. Absolutely perfect.
The waiter explained that they don't buy individual cuts of meat, but instead buy whole sides of the animal and process...more
Bliss at the Beagle.
It was a rainy, dreary Saturday afternoon -- and I basically hadn't eaten since like Thursday. Ok, like 11pm the night before, but I was realllllly hungry and running on coffee fumes.
I had timed this brunch with the precision of a surgeon -- tire child out for 2 hours at Gymboree, hop directly on overground and head straight to somewhere with eggs and bloody marys and...more