Leon Spitalfields

Restaurants, Global Spitalfields
Venue says The Leon Lover Club: when you first sign up we'll send you a starter treat of 40% off after 5pm.


A branch of the healthy chain.  

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Leon Spitalfields says
At LEON we have a mission: To help make it easier for everyone to eat and live well. We serve fast food that is full of natural ingredients so tastes good and leaves you feeling good. A great place to grab something tasty before your journey, whether a chicken burger, our classic fish finger wrap or our baked fries and a tub of fresh hummus to dip them in (trust us, it tastes
great). Old Spitalfields market has stood on this site for over 350 years, and is just around the corner from massive transport hub Liverpool Street. Our restaurant is right in the heart of this East end market, we have fast service if you’re in a hurry, seats and good music if you’re not. We also have a children’s menu and are quite partial to children .
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Venue name: Leon Spitalfields
Address: 3 Crispin Place
E1 6DW
Transport: Tube: Liverpool St/Shoreditch High Street Overground
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Average User Rating

4.1 / 5

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The food is delicious but when I order a fresh orange juice - as advertised - I except freshly pressed orange juice in a glass. NOT a drink in a plastic bottle. The food is healthy but all the plastic used to sell drinks is not healthy as all.


Leon pride themselves on good wholesome cooked foods :) I highly recommend to a good healthy filling lunch. I had an avocado and chicken salad, which was the perfect size for me and very tastie 👌🏼 Staff were pleasant and all the calories accounted for if on a calories controlled diet...


This place is a bit pricey, so more of a treat place for lunch than an every day place.  I purchased a sausage and egg muffin yesterday, at almost £4, it is a lot more expensive than a McDonalds breakfast, but I convinced myself that it must be much healthier from here as it advertises itself as a health eatery.  It was nice, but the sausages were a bit too herby for me for a breakfast. 

I have also had the kefir milkshake from there, which is really nice, but just seems to be a couple of sips and it is gone. 


For me Leon is the original healthier option for fast food. The rice boxes are filling, well balanced and I love being able to get brown rice with a meal!

Chicken options are always juicy and delicious and they often introduce new items to the menu. Wraps are a handy option for when you're eating on the go.

It's not the cheapest option and I'm sure if you ate it every day it's not that good for you but Leon's food is fresh and tasty and makes a nice chance from the standard sandwich, sushi or salad bars that saturate the lunch market. You feel like they've really thought about cooking balanced meals and through all their paraphernalia are trying to encourage us to do the same.


Great lunchtime option. Good value, flavoursome, healthy boxes and wraps. Love the chicken and chorizo box. Fast food rather than a sit down meal. Pleased to see how quickly it's grown across London.


The fish finger wrap is a lunchtime staple, and their lemon/ginger cake is a classic. The salad bowls have shrunk over the years but the wraps are still great, as are the baked fries.


I can always rely on Leon for a filling and delicious lunch. The garlic in the dressing can sometimes be pretty potent so choose carefully if garlic breath isn't ideal for your post lunch activities. The hot dishes are great in the colder weather. They used to do a really good chocolate mousse but it seems to have disappeared. The fish finger wrap is a superb hangover cure. The loyalty card is the way forward as I rack them up quite quickly so I can get a free smoothie or side if a little bonus is needed. 

Staff Writer

The space has been recently revamped with a lick of paint that makes it look brighter. What it loses in warm-hued cosiness it makes up for in the reliable quality of the food. Not widely advertised are the kids' meals – healthy and excellent value at only £2.70, for which you get fish, chicken, meatballs or gently spiced gobi, plus brown rice, broccoli and peas. Tip – ask for a loyalty card: the staff will often give several stamps per visit and you get a generous choice of a free side or dessert as well as the usual coffee when it's full.