Diverse, colourful, exciting and full of character, Spitalfields is a unique part of central London. Surrounded by many equally as diverse areas, from the vibrant Brick Lane with its variety of curry houses and exotic smells to the throbbing heart of the financial district, which is to the west of Spitalfields. The famous and historic Spitalfields Market lies at the heart of the area, amid charming cobbled streets, a variety of additional markets, quaint shops, and pubs with bags of character.
For businesses that have serviced offices in the area, the benefits are plentiful. The area is charming, bustling, and enjoys plenty of general and tourist traffic, while transport links are convenient and reliable. In addition to the markets, shops and eateries in the area, you will also find a variety of other businesses, including galleries and museums.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There are plenty of entertainment options available in the Spitalfields area, with something to suit most preferences. You can enjoy classical music performances at the Bishopsgate Institute, take in the arts at The Brickhouse, or visit one of the many local theatres for an evening of entertainment and culture. Aside from the numerous Asian delights that await you at Brick Lane, also known as ďCurry MileĒ, there are many other dining options available around Spitalfields. You can enjoy British food in fine surroundings at 1901 at Andaz, head to Story Deli for Italian food or pay a visit to Kenza for a taste of African cuisine.
You can gain easy access to both Aldgate East and Liverpool Street tube stations and for those requiring mainline services, Liverpool Street also offers National Rail services. Getting around by bus or taxi in this area is also quick and convenient, while those planning to drive can benefit from local secure parking facilities.