The Boiler House

Restaurants, Ethiopian Brick Lane
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Venue name: The Boiler House
Address: Old Truman Brewery
152 Brick Lane
E1 6RU
Transport: Tube: Aldgate East/Liverpool St
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An excellent, varied food market, with ample options for people with dietary restrictions. Seating can be hard to grab, and the atmosphere can be stuffy, but the food choices are terrific. 


What an amazing way to spend your Sunday- traipsing up and down Brick Lane. My favourite street food vendors are found at The Boiler House. This large warehouse is full of culinary delights on Saturday and Sunday's 10/11am till 6pm. I am impressed with more and more vegan vendors popping up. Not only does this space have an array of food choices it also has an outdoor garden full of seating, flowers and music.  

Last Sunday I was extremely excited to hear the Joey's Kitchen team was treating us to their ever so creamy, gooey and utterly delightful Vegan Cheese Sandwiches! These are not just cheese sandwiches these are Joey's grilled cheese sandwiches which involves a stressful decision of what extra toppings you would like. These hard decisions include vegan pesto, jack-fruit, jalapenos, marmite, 'bacon' and more... I cant wait to try a variety of fillings. 

I highly recommend heading to The Boiler House while Joey's Kitchen is still serving their creative comfort food. Make an afternoon of it and enjoy a drink outside in the hidden Brick Lane Garden at the back of the market space, you won't be disappointed. 


This space is very interesting, House of Peroni was hosted here in 2015 but usually you can find it busy with food stall traders on the weekends. Many of the traders have been with the venue for a long time but they always someone new up their sleeve. This weekend was the first time I saw the food stall "Poutine Eh?" serving up classical and fun (with pancetta) poutine. I think the organizers have gone on a health kick lately adding loads of vegan and healthy traders to the market. Personally, it's my favourite place to go with a hangover because I don't feel guilty if I stuff my face with vegan scones and sushi burritos.