The Tram Store joins the ever-growing list of converted East London warehouses you’d love to loathe, but, in fact, love to love because they’re great and what use was a tram depot anyway? There’s a carpenter who decides to become a botanist vibe going on in here, but, jokes aside, the brunch offerings are great. Portobello mushrooms in cashew (yes, cashew) cream on slabs of sourdough is delicious, plus you can add eggs. While ‘Clapton rarebit’ should be something to be scoffed at, instead you’ll just scoff it.
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Morito Hackney Road
The Spanish small plates, the wine and the mood lighting makes you want to be cool enough to hang out at Morito, Hackney Road, all the time.
You should look past all the kitsch on display at Café Miami’s because their tacos and toasties are some of the best in Clapton.
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