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- 91%Luxury Travelers
- 74%Art & Design Lovers
- 72%Local Culture
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- BoundaryMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 2
This is a review of the rooftop bar, which I was drawn toward like bees to flowers a few weeks back when the weather turned truly glorious one fine Sunday afternoon. Friends and I donned our best comfortable summery frocks, and sipped sangria in the sun, and yes, I got sunburned.
It was very nice, relaxing and quiet, and most of the tables were simply enjoying the fine views and weather as we were. There's both a covered and uncovered area, which is nice for when the weather doesn't agree as well as it did when I was there. There's also a great serving staff, lounging tables and seated tables, and basically everything you might need for various times of day and weather and occasions.
The location is great, just a few minutes from Shoreditch High Street. That means, it's also a great place to start afternoon drinking, and carry on into the evening with the wide array of options in the area.
All in all, a great rooftop bar, and I really enjoyed in being my first one of the season. Definitely worth a drink or two if you're on the east side on a sunny day.Recommended for:
- BoundaryMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2
I went to the roof top bar for brunch on Saturday only to realize that they only serve brunch on Sundays, so we only had the lunch menu to choose from. The food looked Middle Eastern/Mediterranean and I didn't find the options to be overly exciting. My friend and I finally decided on lamb tagine and seafood Bouillabaisse. The lamb was quite delicious, but it was really nothing special. The Bouillabaisse was a bit blend and I was glad that wasn't my main dish. The food was meh, but the rooftop was quite nice and I can see it being a very popular spot in a nice summer evening.Recommended for:
- BoundaryMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesAdventure Travelers+ 3
If there really are two London's Redchurch Street spans them both from Brick Lane to Shoreditch High Street.
A destination in itself Redchurch Street boasts stores like Aesop and A.P.C along with independent galleries and coffee shops. At the head of the street sits Boundary and it's coffee cousin, Albion.
Boundary is a hotel and has a lovely roof garden and restaurant. It also has a small produce store and a bakery on site. It chic but friendly and if you are in London in the summer, head for the rooftop.Recommended for: