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Dalston Emporium is the latest edition to Kingland Road, located just a few shops up from Dalston Superstore. The deli style cafe attracts a range of customers from yummy mummy’s to Fashion”east”ers with its healthy menu.

Breakfast is a simple affair; granola, toast or muffins with various fillings such as scrambled egg and chorizo. Whilst “Daytime Goods” are sarnies, pies, salads, antipasti and other savory homemade offerings. All sarnies are made on organic bread, they clearly know their market!

Whilst we haven’t tried any of the food yet, we have sampled the coffee and croissants and are planning on going back soon to try the Pan Bagnat. The cafe also offers take away and has free wifi which is good for those East London freelancing types who like to take their laptops to the coffee shops.

The venue offers to play your music to its customers which will no doubt go down a storm with the local bands. Definitely worth checking out….

Dalston Emporium, 127 Kingsland High St, E8