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Serving up hearty Texan BBQ and blues music, The Blues Kitchen brings a touch of southern soul to East London. Vintage music posters imported from Nashville, a 1950's airstream caravan, light fixtures made from gramophones and luxury leather style booths, not to mention the knowledge that music icons including Mud Morganfield, The Jim Jones Revue, Norman Jay & Andrew Weatherall have played here, make The Blues Kitchen feel like its been here forever. With all American favourites, including the most epic burgers, lobsters and mac n' cheese on the menu The Blues Kitchen will have your stomach singing a more cheerful song.
My wife and I go dancing there almost every Saturday night and we just love the vibe.
The live band/s are first class and get every one dancing. The DJ's play some great music to dance to as well although one of the DJ's tends...More
Been there two nights in a row - did not eat - they do serve food also and tables and booths are available - but went for drinks and the good live music - different bands come and sing various music.Draft beer is excellent -...More
From the moment you walk in to The Blues Kitchen your ears are assaulted by music and talking, this is not the type of place to go for a romantic meal. Saying that though you get what you are after, our waitress was very informative...More
My boyfriend took me here for my 25th, safe to say totally amazing. The staff - joe in particular was very consistent and wanted to ensure everyone was having a good time. All of the food came out steaming hot and the portions are definitely...More
My best friend and I came here for dinner and drinks.
The place was buzzing with the live band; it had such a great atmosphere.
The staff were super friendly and we had great service.
We both had the cheese burgers and some cheeky cocktails...More
I went here with some friends for dinner. A couple of things went wrong with our food and drinks order but the staff were really nice about it. They sorted it really quickly and offered drinks as a gesture of good will. Regardless of the...More
Came to Blues Kitchen for my first visit to have the bottomless brunch for a friends birthday. Had a great time and the staff were so friendly from the moment I walked in. I arrived a lot earlier than my friends and the staff came...More
I was working in East London and staying over one Tuesday evening when I happened upon the Blues Kitchen Shoreditch. This came from a quick sweep of the local area in Maps, as it was only a few hundred yards from my hotel. When I...More
The western front of the edgy East End, Shoreditch is a perennially trendy haven for anything “street” – be it art, food, or fashion. With its handful of well connected transportation links dotting its perimeter, along with an ever increasing variety of shops, hotels, bars, and restaurants, it's easy to explore this trend-conscious and youth-oriented neighbourhood. There's a lingering post-industrial grit about
Shoreditch, but because it shares a border with “The City” financial district, the influence from its upscale neighbour can result in fascinating outcomes.