Since opening in 1998, the Great Eastern Dining Room has continued to move with the ebb and flow of Shoreditch and continues to be a jewel within this vibrant area.
The beautifully lit restaurant offers a welcoming atmosphere with fantastic service, whilst the bar area provides a relaxed drinking space with a modern open fire and comfortable seating. Open for lunch and dinner,
six days a week, guests can enjoy a meal from the a la carte menu in the restaurant or dim sum from the bar menu throughout the day.
Great Eastern Dining Room can also cater for a variety of private events in Below 54 from 40 guests for a private meal to 175 guests for a drinks reception. Below 54 benefits from its own bar, seperate lounging areas, sound system, projector/ screen and air conditioning. Please visit our website or contact us for more information or to make a booking.
£26 to £40
I recently ate at Great Eastern Dining Room with 8 other people to celebrate my birthday and we had a fantastic meal. Since we were a party of 9, we were able to enjoy a banquet-style menu of shared dishes at a fixed price per person. This was a great way to try lots of different menu items (everything we had was delicious). We had tons of food and the cost was quite reasonable. The restaurant...more
Hit up the restaurant on a Friday night with some friends. Modern pan-Asian fusion cuisine done well: pumpkin goyza, butternut squash green curry, salmon with a miso glaze, duck, cashew and watermelon salad, tuna tartare.....all were pretty tasty.
A bit pricey (although we ordered too much). When the bar/lounge gets going the restaurant gets the same music too--nothing like a litte Rob...more
A fun resto-lounge in the new-trendy Shoreditch area. Asian dishes that are well prepared and not masked in sauces or spice. The front area is a lively lounge and the back half of contains the dining room. You could go share some of the tasty fresh dishes for dinner and continue to enjoy the elaborate cocktails in the lounge later.
Certainly not an inexpensive place to visit but much of the...more
I wanted to try something trendier as Piotr and I were planning to spend the whole night in Shoreditch. I had chosen this place for its Pan Asian menu, a mix of Chinese, Thai and Japanese dishes. I immediately liked the place although it was quite intimidating and posh. It wasn't so easy to relax but the wine (27 pounds), a red Malbec La Flor of Pulenta wines (Argentina) helped very much. We...more
This is where delicious and creative drinks are made. They have some of the best cocktails that have ever been poured. You know, one of those places where you order one drink and then prepare to go straight through the menu, one by one. We stayed for a while and had a great time.
There isn't much seating, and the crowd gets rather large so get there early, where flats, or leave your...more