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The Luxe
European Restaurant££
Today 8:00 am – 1:00 am
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Spitalfields Arts Market, 109 Commercial Street London E1 6BG United Kingdom
109 Commercial StreetGBGreater LondonLondonE1 6BG
+44 20 7101
££European Restaurant, British Restaurant
European Restaurant
British Restaurant
English Restaurant
Today 8:00 am – 1:00 am
Monday 8:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 8:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 8:00 am – 1:00 amThursday 8:00 am – 1:00 amFriday 8:00 am – 1:00 amSaturday 9:30 am – 1:00 amSunday 9:30 am – 11:00 pm
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Modern British dishes from TV chef John Torode in market bar with upstairs brasserie.- Google
"A great way to start your day, nice staff and a great breakfast menu."
"Good steak but poor sauce and potatoes smothered in butter."
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Roxane Bch
4 months ago
If I wouldn’t recommend this place for their food - which is correct but not great, I would do it for their location inside the lively Spitalfields market, their cool interior & atmosphere that are well adapted to a casual lunch, breakfast, dinner or a quick drink after work. #WeHeartHitchcock
Chris Roberts
2 years ago
Went here for cocktails - very lively in the evening, but space t sit inside and out. we had to move inside as it got later. Feels a bit like a conservatory, and has good music - if a bit too loud to talk easily.
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Ravi Motha
2 years ago
Ive been to the Luxe a few times, and have had food most times I have been there. the food , particularly the bar snacks where great (I loved the padron peppers roasted with salt), but they are a little expensive and not that big. They are generally always busy, but usually witout being to over crowded. it's a great place to meet friends and shoot the breeze and watch the world go by. They also do a number of open mic nights and the standard of music is pretty good, and worth goingto on its own.
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Aris Vrakas
2 years ago
This used to be a great brunch place but somehow lost the magic. Food not as good as it used to be and coffee is poor - think cappuccino at burn your mouth temperature and bitter uninteresting coffee beans. Hoping luxe will bounce from this.
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Sophie Draper
a year ago
There's very little that is 'luxe' about this place. Full of City boys that have ventured into the wrong side of Spitalfields market, it can get horribly busy in here. I have yet to sample the food, but the cocktails are very average and I found the presence of a DJ in the later hours slightly awkward. This place is trying to be many things, but it's most certainly not a club.
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Sarah Drinkwater
2 years ago
Despite the name, the Luxe isn't - it's a multi-purpose all day restaurant, with cosy seats, but no real atmosphere. It's also pretty noisy, and seems to attract rather a few too many City boys for my liking.
Sayed Abushark
2 years ago
way over priced for a tiney happy meal style burger. also they dont include chips/fries with the burger, you have to order them separately. very poor really. tastes good, but you'll leave hungry. go some where else.
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Lee Russell
2 years ago
Terrible service. Bar man is a bloody space cadet. No table service but tables everywhere. Only bar service with bar stools everywhere. Olives were alright though.