E Pellicci

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Bethnal Green

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  • Address:

    E Pellicci 332 Bethnal Green Road
    London
    E2 0AG

  • Venue phone:

    020 7739 4873

  • Opening hours:

    Meals served 7am-4pm Mon-Sat

  • Transport:

    Tube: Bethnal Green tube/rail or bus 8

  • Price:

    Main courses £5.50-£8.20. Unlicensed. Corkage no charge

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    1. E Pellicci
      • 332 Bethnal Green Road
        London
        E2 0AG
      • 020 7739 4873
      • 51.526298,-0.064504

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Maria D

What an amazing place! Went there for Saturday brunch and was told that the packed environment was actually not as busy as usual. My friend and I were able to nab some seats at a table - everyone is super friendly, service makes you feel literally at home - and the food is amazing value for your money! (I suggest the mixed grill - a super-sized English breakfast with a side of chips.) I will be a regular!!

Mariska

What a great place! The breakfast was delicious, the atmosphere was lively with very friendly service. When it gets busy they add people to your table - which is great, you get to meet new friends and it adds to the experience. Definitely a must to go visit.

Helen

Wonderful large bowl of heart warming soup, with the most friendly and considerate staff. The waiter was keen to give us a good table, service was perfect. I can't believe I have walked past this amazing cafe and not been in before. We will definitely be back, I just loved everything about the place, thank you.

Ted Harvey

It Seems my father was responsible for the Walnut panels.As a child I spent lots of time eating bacon sandwiches in the 40/50s and they were the best in the East End. served by the nicest family, nothing as changed as I returned some time ago, Sadly Terry and so many of the family have passed on but the service is still the same.Give it a try.

doremy vernon

went there today, couldnt believe how much I enjoyed the experience. Warmth of every one serving us. Breakfast - only £5 50 lasted me all day. Pity I live in South London - no if I lived nearer Id be fat as a pig! Cant wait to try main meal