Bel Air LOTI

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been a little injection of LA into East London, in the form of Bel-Air which is bringing feel good, fast food to the workers of Shoreditch. The small eatery is easily recognisable by the bright yellow stripes outside and inside the food is just as colourful.

We swung by for lunch and even before 2pm a couple of things had sold out – obvs this healthy grub is pretty popular in the East London hood. The menu is pretty small and features a selection of salads which are laid out for all to see and hot dishes too; we dived into the crab cakes and lemon chicken with a couple of rosemary infused cold-pressed orange spritzers.

Bel Air LOTI

We also got involved in the homemade banana nut bars which were delish. The breakfast menu looks pretty banging too and it’s fairly cheap – under a fiver for Shakshuka, the only thing we will say is it’s LA portions too, but hey if you wanna be healthy with an LA bod you’re gonna need to cut down those portion sizes.

54 Paul Street London EC2A 4LN