Super popular with the lunchtime crowd, the collection of hole-in-the-wall places at this railway arch is a great addition to the food options in this area, especially away from the river. Southeast Asian stall Ekachai makes the best char kway teow (spicy Malaysian noodles) we’ve tasted in London as well as a good shiu mai dumpling, and you can get ramen with nice Spanish Iberico pork from Tatami Ramen. There’s also Soho’s Savage Salads with some genuinely good platters of greens for when you want to keep it kind of healthy, and epic buttermilk pancakes at sit-down restaurant Where The Pancakes Are. Be warned – lunchtime service closes at 3pm, before opening again for dinner at 6pm.
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