All places tagged "restaurants"

2–6 St Mark Street

c.1824, four-storey house, incorporating the Halal Restaurant, with origins in 1939

Business Development Centre, formerly Great Garden Street Synagogue and Morris Lederman House

Former foundry to rear converted to be a synagogue in 1896, front range Federation of Synagogues offices of 1972-4, all converted in 1999

foundry synagogue Morris Lederman Federation of Synagogues

Whitechapel Technology Centre (East London Works)

1980-1, training centre with shops, altered c.1989 and 2015 and adapted for office use. Site of Black Lion Yard

74 Whitechapel High Street

1828-9 shop house, now a restaurant, upper floors converted to studio flats 2001

86 Whitechapel High Street

heavily altered early to mid 19th-century shop and office building, currently (2016) a café

87 Whitechapel High Street

1954-5 shop and office building, incorporating small late 19th-century workshop building behind 86

90 Whitechapel High Street

1910-11 shop and offices, sometime site of Blooms restaurant, on site of entrance to Inkhorn Court

91 Whitechapel High Street

1861 shop, site of a 'penny gaff' in the 1850s, now a restaurant with flats over proposed

95-6 Whitechapel High Street

1902-3 workshops, altered 1937-8 and 1954-5 to house a bank, now a restaurant, with offices and flats, on west side of Spread Eagle Yard

84 Whitechapel High Street

c. 1957 shop (now takeaway) and office building, incorporating access to Angel Alley, upper floors converted to flats 2000-1

The Community Centre

2013-14, community centre, temporary home (2016-18) of Toynbee Hall

24 Fordham Street

c.1987, flats

Dental Hospital and Institute of Dentistry

Bold 1960s block designed by Stephen Statham & Associates as a dental institute and students’ union.

Royal London Hospital London Hospital Students' Union Stephen Statham & Associates Dental Institute

Whitechapel Market, Whitechapel Road

street market, with furnishings including the King Edward VII Memorial Drinking Fountain

Petticoat Lane Market

Street market since around 1760

site of 71-79 Wentworth Street