EAST END EATS
The East End is notorious as an area of poverty and crime however, through all this adversity, they managed to produce some of London’s best-loved foods. The influence of immigrants was such that even a classic British dish is a combination of French, Jewish and Irish influences.
The East End diet seemed quite good on paper with access to fresh seafood and shellfish as well as fruit and veg from Spitalfields market. We look at The East End and its love affair with pie 'n' mash and jellied eels and examine why there are only a few shops left dedicated to these specialities. Expect some delicious treats on this tasting tour of the global cuisines that now call the East End home!
"This tour was so brilliant. Emma was so knowledgeable and shared this with us in a fun way. We were fed really well too! Emma is a brilliant natural guide and I'm looking to book up another tour very soon. I really felt I had learnt so much at the end of this tour. Would recommend this to anyone!!"