Tasters of street-food from the world save this signalling the site Time Out London on bagels more good of London. The bagel, which is a sandwich in the shape of a donut boiled and put into the oven and then stuffed with all kinds of condiments from sweet to savory, and for a long time been one of the typical street-food of the English capital, ergo: to try!
The Brick Lane Beigel Bakery is a must for those in the Bricklane area, it is lunch-time or not; legend has it that it is the oldest provider of bagels in the area and by its furnace arrive in continuation cut with thousands of homemade sandwiches, which-incidentally-also have an affordable price (starting from even 2 pounds).
Frequented by revelers and drivers since it is open 24 hours, the place is an institution in the city since 1977 and is a little New York to be honest, starting tastes: must try the cream cheese and salmon but also with roast beef. And then the sweet to finish, cheesecake and almond cake. At 159 of Brick Lane E1 6SB, stop Underground or Bus #8 Liverpool Street.