Even with My Wheat Allergy I Can't Resist this Brick Lane Beigel Bakery

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Hot Salt Beef and the finest, Jewish Beigels (before they went all American on us).

This is the very first and the most popular beigel shop in…well, anywhere. It’s open 24 hours as well – so there’s no excuse to not check it out. I don’t want to ramble on too much here but I just want to simply tell you that if freshly-toasted beigels sound good to you, and then if you add fresh, hot, salt beef (because even if you don’t want to, you have to) then you must come here. 159 Brick Lane – that’s all you need to know – now go!

written by kierajolly on 2011-04-18 in #world #locations #landmark #lcg

2 Comments

  1. kylewis
    kylewis ·

    HAHA! I had one of their Beigel's today so yummy, even without the salt beef. Try cream cheese and fried Salmon OMG! I was going to do this as a location as well pipped at the post ; )

  2. fash_on
    fash_on ·

    this place makes the best cheesecake in the world!!! I've never found anything like it elsewhere. The pieces are small, but it's very good and you couldn't eat a big piece anyway, especially after a beigel :D

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