A list of places that people who use Monzo loved last month in Central London.
They’re the places you've been going to lots recently, beyond all the big chains and familiar names. They’re not the most popular places overall (sorry Greggs), but your favourite haunts and neighbourhood gems.
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We’ve started with London because it’s where the most people use Monzo. But if you find this interesting, we’d love to do your city next! Let us know in the community forum or tell us on Twitter.
Restaurants in Central London
102 St John St, EC1M 4EH
This local caf does amazing flatbreads, wraps and halloumi salads. Or take a leaf out of Sagar’s book and buy yourself a veggie full English and watch the world go by.
42-47 Minories, EC3N 1DY
Pastas one reviewer describes as “naughty and delicious.” Need we say more?
190, 5 Strand, Arundel St, WC2R 3DX
A fancy Japanese restaurant right on the Strand, serving handmade soba noodles and sushi. Just remember, as The Infatuation notes in its review, “as the name suggests, it’s expensive.”
Sam's Chinese Express
61 Red Lion St, WC1R 4PD
Cafes in Central London
Carter Lane Coffee House
70 Long Lane, EC1A 9EJ
Curators Coffee Studio
9A Cullum St, EC3M 7JJ
126 Curtain Rd, EC2A 3PJ
Strong coffee, slap bang in the middle of Shoreditch.
29 Lamb's Conduit St, WC1N 3NG
The Black Penny
Pubs and bars in Central London
43 Exmouth Market, EC1R 4QL
An institution on Exmouth Market that screens sports, has table football and gets rammed in the evenings after work.
Post-work pints, right by the river.
The Union Tavern
52 Lloyd Baker St, WC1X 9AA
The Resting Hare
8- London, 11 Woburn Walk, Upper Woburn Pl, WC1H 0JW
Did you find this interesting? Tell us what you think in the community! We'd love to do more cities outside London, so let us know where we should look next 😃