About Albion Shoreditch
Albion is an all-day café, bar, and grocery located on the ground floor of Boundary London. A Shoreditch icon, Albion has been feeding the hungry folk of the area for almost ten years.
Albion specializes in simple, modestly-priced British food in a stylish and relaxed setting. The menus champion the best seasonal produce and artisanal ingredients from around the United Kingdom from staples like sausage & mash and a daily pie to regularly changing salads and sandwiches.
The in-house bakery produces all the bread, pastries and baked goods daily which are all available to eat in or take away.
From coffee and juice to draught beers on tap, including an Albion IPA as well as a great value wine list to delve into you’ll not go thirsty at Albion.
Monday to Sunday – 8am-6pm
Monday – Sunday – 8am-1pm
The Albion grocery is small but perfectly formed space to pick up the best of British goods. Always available are the freshly made bread and pastries from of the in-house bakery alongside store cupboard essentials, fruit and vegetables and a curated selection of British cheeses and other deli items, as well as a selection of craft beers, wines, and small-batch spirits. Pop-in during the key holidays and you’ll find further selections of seasonal goodies from Christmas hampers to Easter treats and summer picnics baskets.
Albion Forest Road Brewery Pop up Bar
We have partnered with local Hackney brewery Forest road for a takeaway draft beer pop up bar open daily in Albion from 11am-10pm serving all three Forest roads beers. The new bar snack menu is perfectly curated to enjoy with your pint.
Monday to Sunday – 11:00am to 10:00pm
Albion operates on a walk-in basis only, subject to availability, all-day seven days a week.
What people are saying..
”Laid back vibes and British food“
- London On The Inside
”Albion is a great choice to get a taste of traditional British foods without breaking the bank“
- The Handbook
"Baked goods are really where it's at with a nostril-teasing choice of cinnamon twirls, croissants and Danish pastries"