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“The Real London?”
Review of Bethnal Green

Reviewed 3 June 2018

Great mixture of cultures all mixed together, Cockney, Indian, African and many others all getting along together. It can feel a bit edgy in places, but this is real London. A great range of shops and eateries reflecting all of the different cultures, plenty of open spaces, the V&A Museum of Childhood, Bethnal Green rail disaster memorial, traditional pubs, Saturday street market.

Thank Ian M
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Reviewed 1 May 2018

If you like to be in an multicultural hood, bethnal green is a place you'll like. Lots of restaurants, bars and cafes in different ranges.

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Reviewed 21 February 2018

Lovely area with loads of local shops and restaurants around. There is also a market that sells a variety of things.

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Reviewed 21 December 2017

74 years after the Bethnal Green tube disaster a memorial has been erected in the park by the tube station.It is a fitting tribute to those that lost their lives.All of the names of the dead are etched in the stairway.There is a plaque describing the events and small plaques with the memories of those who survived.Really worth a visit.

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Reviewed 1 December 2017

Bethnal Green some interesting roads of how Londons East End was like, old pubs and cafes where famous and infamous people went, The Krays, and Jack The Ripper. Pellecci cafe Bethnal Green Road used by the Kray brothers and in the film Legend about The Krays, Ezra Street and Columbia Street, Spitalfields Market and Ten Bells pub used by most of Jack the Rippers victims, and streets hardly changed from that time

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