The site has officially opened its doors as one of the newest hotels in East London and it marks YOTEL’s fifth city centre hotel in the UK.
YOTEL London Shoreditch is located in one of the city’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, and has launched its new cocktail and food menu offering, including ‘build your own breakfasts’ and all day dining, with the menu’s own cockney rhyming slang so guests can really live like locals.
The 161-room hotel sits in the heart of East London, a creative and cultural hub which is also home to some of London’s best restaurants, cocktail bars and urban wineries. YOTEL London Shoreditch’s new food and drink menu is part of Komyuniti, the hotel’s stylish all-day bar, restaurant and co-working space, including a fun ‘build your own breakfast’ for guests on the go and all menu items helpfully offering guests their ‘Cockney rhyming slang’ alternative names.
From Jack the Rippers (Chicken Strippers), the Mona Lisa (Pizza Margherita) or a classic Ruby Murray (Chicken Tikka Masala), Komyuniti’s varied menu also offers local beer options from Redchurch, an award-winning brewery founded in Shoreditch and paying homage to its East London roots. Komyuniti’s appetising cocktail list continues to support local, with the ‘Paradise Rose’ comprising of East London Liquor Company gin, Campari, grenadine and rose lemonade, or the ‘Lychee Martini’ mixing East London Liquor Company gin with lychee liqueur, Maraschino, grenadine and lime juice.
Catering for business travellers and guests looking to make the most of their time in London, Komyuniti’s breakfast offering ensures guests are set up for the day by building their own breakfast bag including: a breakfast burrito, their choice of pastry, yoghurt or granola pot, fruit juice, fruit and tea or coffee. Serving food from 12pm until 10pm, the hotel’s new menu offering includes delicious bar bites, flatbreads and bao buns, making it the perfect location to catch up on emails with a coffee or enjoy a sharing platter with friends.