Liverpool Street has some amazing dining experiences for you to explore – including the sumptuous Ivy City Garden restaurant which offers beautifully-prepared, seasonal dishes and is housed on the ground floor of our building. There’s an eclectic array of shops nearby too.
Head to Spitalfields to experience old and new; high-end dining and pop-up food trucks; household-name brands and ones-to-watch; independent boutiques and relaxing beauty salons. All in an environment that has a real energy about it and plenty of hidden corners to explore.
Across the road from Myo and up more than 170 metres in a glass elevator, you’ll find two of London’s most stunning dining experiences. Duck and Waffle serves traditional British cuisine with a European twist (and a view). Or head to SushiSamba to enjoy Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian dishes on the highest outdoor dining terrace in Europe.
Two of London’s most architecturally stunning buildings are just a stone’s throw away from our offices. And they don’t just look good on the outside. The Ned offers five different restaurant options, and, on Mondays, live bands perform in the old banking hall. The nearby Royal Exchange was Europe’s first ever dedicated retail destination – fresh oysters and fizz at the Fortum & Mason’s champagne bar are just one reason to pay it a visit.
Brick Lane is famous for its vibrant curry houses, but you’ll also find a number of chilled out bars and upbeat clubs. And if you’re looking to kill an hour over lunch, check out the area’s vintage shops, independent boutiques and big brand fashion stores.
Take a stroll through Liverpool Street’s cobbled side streets and you’ll find traditional pubs like The Ten Bells along with modern restaurants. If you want to grab a quick lunch, check out Pizza Union or, for a more intimate dining experience, sample Gunpowder’s delicious modern Indian dishes. Meanwhile, the Ottolenghi deli and restaurant is full of Mediterranean treats.