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Given the number of graduate jobs on offer in Shoreditch, you'll likely land your ideal job in this East London hub. Renowned for its vintage shops and graffiti coated streets, Shoreditch is the perfect spot for graduates and young professionals. Also known as Tech City, Shoreditch is a hub for digital media companies such as DigitalShoreditch, Made by Many and Econsultancy. Got a graduate job in Shoreditch and want some ideas for where to eat lunch?
Often seen as the best place for bagels in London, Beigel Bake offers an array of delicious fillings - with the salt beef, pickle and mustard a firm favourite, closely followed by salmon and cream cheese (vegetarian options are also available). Although the queues can sometimes be long, these bagels are worth the wait, and reasonably priced too, from just £1.90. Where? 159 Brick Ln, London E1 6SB
Nestled in Boxpark, CookDaily is a foodie’s paradise. With everything on the menu vegan-friendly, their dishes span from a vegan-ised ‘full English’, pies, to a hearty and healthy stir fry. Take some time away from your screen and immerse yourself in the buzzy Boxpark atmosphere. Where? Boxpark Shoreditch, 2 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6GY
The green décor may not entice you in, but the food certainly will. Situated along the Pho mile, a street with over ten Vietnamese restaurants, Song Que Café stands out for its good value, taste, and lively, sociable decor. The soups and salads are all around the £5 mark, and a Vietnamese coffee is a must to see you through the afternoon. Where? 134 Kingsland Rd, London E2 8DY
A local's favourite, On The Bab is a gourmet Korean street food restaurant, that sells a range of small plates including Korean fried chicken, spicy pork noodles and veggie bibimbap. Known for both it's laid-back dining and it's exceptional takeaway options, On The Bab is located just a stone's throw away from Old Street station. Where? 305 Old Street, London, EC1V 9LA
If you’re looking for a nourishing sit down meal or Friday payday treat, this Indo-Persian cuisine is a food highlight in Shoreditch. Dishoom caters for all, and boasts a menu brimming with vegan, dairy free, and gluten free meal options. With their speciality dish ‘house black daal’ priced at only £5.90, this won’t have you pinching your pennies. Where? 7 Boundary Street, London, E2 7JE
Despite the name, Ozone offer more than just a cup of coffee (although trying one from this well-established coffee roastery would be highly advised). Customers can dig into delicious grub throughout the day – from poached eggs and salmon in the morning, to tortillas and risotto in the evening. You can also indulge in a post-work tipple with plenty of well-priced cocktails to choose from. Where? 11 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4AQ
Want to try something different? Jaguarshoes should be next on your list. This independent arts organisation is a hub for creativity and with bottomless coffee on tap all day for £2.50, and metre long stone baked pizzas up for grabs, this is perfect for a mid-week lunch treat. For those with a sweet tooth, check out their Nutella pizza! Where? 32-34 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, London, E2 8DA
For those who have secured graduate jobs in Shoreditch, the lunch options are endless. After 6pm, make sure you check out the infamous Brick Lane, Shoreditch triangle and Electric Cinema Shoreditch for some post-work fun!
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