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Convenience stores in London

Café
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“A must on a nice summer's evening, this beautiful restaurant serves delicious European dishes in stunning surroundings.”
127local recommendations
Deli / Bodega
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“For a healthy light bite there's no place better. We like the sausage rolls, they also have the most amazing condiments at the back of the shop on offer if you eat in so make the most of those ;)”
91local recommendations
Beer Bar
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“Possibly London's best selection of craft beers, located in a railway arch near Bethnal Green station. ”
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Wine Bar
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“A hidden spot under the railway arches that serves small producer wine with a daily changing, seasonal menu of absolutely outstanding food. Open Wednesday to Saturday and well worth squeezing into whatever spot is available.”
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Italian Restaurant
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“Casual spot for inventive Neapolitan pizzas and a shop selling artisan and organic Italian wines. The pizzas are amazing and great value too.”
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Convenience Store
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“Useful supermarket if you are going to the cafes on Fortess Road. 5 min walk away :)”
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Wine Shop
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“A trendy wine bar and shop in the heart of Fulham that also sells food - be sure to try the platters.”
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Café
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“Everyone needs a relaxed local hangout you can always rely on as second living room at the weekend, and Ben's Canteen provides that for many Clapham Junction residents. Settle down on a reclaimed school chair at a wooden table, embrace the Scandinavian surrounding and tuck in to an indulgent brunch with an epic bloody Mary. Their Christmas menu is worth trying too - we love the show stopping turkey burger and Christmas pudding ice cream.”
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Coffee Shop
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“Craving Coffee is an independent family owned business & licensed café in Tottenham, founded by local residents Matt & Rachel Ho. They are committed to working with local traders and suppliers to source everything they need from their specialty coffee & tea, craft beer, boutique wine and cocktail range, to our seasonal brunch and lunch offering. They are open 7 days to eat in and take away, with Tottenham Social food pops ups every Thursday – Saturday night as they always bring in the newest from the street food scene. Nearest station: Seven Sisters on the overground and then 10 minutes walk down Broad Lane. ”
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Pub
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“Voted "best pub in Islington" by Timeout magazine, this movie-themed pub has great traditional English Sunday roasts and pizzas ”
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Wine Bar
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“Just down the road from BBC Television Centre, Albertine’s small bar has something of the student union about it, with closely packed, battered wooden furniture and a blackboard for wine and food specials.”
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Pub
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“Shabby-chic pub is the outlet for Howling Hops microbrewery craft beers, plus bar snacks. ”
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Cocktail Bar
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“The East End’s first gin and vodka distillery, the East London Liquor Company has been knocking out expert cocktails for the last few years, but the industrial-meets-reclaimed wood style bar also does pretty delicious food. There’s a pizza oven and plenty of sharing plates to give a British twist to Italian classics. ”
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Grocery Store
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“Small Local Supermarket Chain Store, located 5 mins walk away. Turn right out of Jubilee Street onto Commercial Road. Tesco is on your left hand side.”
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Wine Bar
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“my favourite little wine bar that also serves a light charcuterie plate and other goodies from their deli. Great sourdough bread, and an impressive selection of craft beer and soft drinks.”
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Grocery Store
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“Everything you need in a small but complete supermarket, open from 7am to 11pm. ”
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