The Red Art Café is located on Kingsland Road next door to Dalston Superstore. The Turkish café serves up the usual Turkish breakfasts, brunch and lunch with a couple of full English options thrown in for good measure. We visited last Sunday afternoon to see what was going down.

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café was half full, the décor was simple and the food was cheap. We ate the Set 3, a full English breakfast – sausage, bacon, toast, egg, beans, hash brown, mushrooms and toast. At only £4.50 including a tea or coffee it was an absolute bargain.

The coffee was nice cup of fresh, strong coffee and the breakfasts were a fair size, stodgy and slightly greasy but good for the hangover. We also ordered a fresh orange and were delighted when a large, freshly squeezed glass of proper orange arrived for only 2 squid.

If the hangover demands stodge but monies are low check it out dudes!

Red Art Café, 54-56 Kingsland Rd, E2