Cirilo Noodle Bar and Grill

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Tucked away on Cable Street in east London, Cirilo Noodle Bar and Grill is a much loved neighbourhood Asian and Oriental restaurant that has earned itself a loyal local following. Family owned, Cirilo Noodle Bar has that distinctly homely vibe that is reflected in both the service and the cooking. The mood is relaxed, and the portions here are generous. Favourites range from the hearty noodle soups to the hot platters, spring rolls and the udon noodle stir-fries, and we can guarantee you won’t leave here hungry. Located within walking distance of the Tower Hill tube and DLR stations, Cirilo Noodle Bar restaurant is an excellent choice for relaxed meals with friends, casual business dining and cosy tables for two.


Venue name: Cirilo Noodle Bar and Grill
Address: 4 Cable Street
E1 8JG
Price: £25 and under
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3.6 / 5

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Never disappoints. The chef here was behind a lot of the sauces and stocks at Wagamama, which tells you why everything tastes so delicious. Always ask for the specials and you'll see just how creative he is!

Quite a find for an area with not much to offer. The restaurant itself could do with a bit of an update but it had a warm,cozy feel which matched the food and the service - non pretentious, hearty and homely. The Kare-Kare and Pork Sisig get my thumbs up. Will definitely be back.


Went here with a friend prior to a show at Wilton's Music Hall - we'd heard really good things about it and we weren't disappointed. 

I ordered some delicious Singapore vegetarian noodles. The food was very nicely presented and the service friendly. 

The only drawback was perhaps that it was a bit lacking in atmosphere when we went, as we were the only ones there - which I found surprising, given the quality of the food.


Very cosy place - almost walked past it after a cheeky few in nearby Wilton's Music Hall. I read some amazing reviews of this place and was a little disappointed if Im totally honest. Had high expectations, but I found the food to be a little bit lacklustre.

Not too expensive, and great service, but you're there for the eats aren't you? I opted for the lamb skewers to start with but was told these had sold out. I decided on beef instead and found these to be almost burnt, chewy hunks - not very pleasant to eat at all. I stuck with the house special chow mein - which was passable. Huge portion, just about finished it. I left feeling underwhelmed. There's not much choice in the area either. Wouldnt recommend and won't be going back.


Little gem of a place tucked away on Cable Street serving Fillipino and other Asian food. They serve locals and tourists from youth hostel nearby with a smile. Kare Kare was the recommended dish which was rump steak with peanut sauce served with a delicious anchovy sauce.