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Conran's Shoreditch 'caff' is best in London, says listings mag

PUBLISHED: 08:00 15 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:52 05 October 2010

TERENCE Conran s new Shoreditch hotel complex the Boundary has scooped a prize in the Time Out Eating and Drinking Awards. Ground-floor caff Albion won the best new cheap eats category, beating Thai restaurant Rosa s in Hanbury Street in Spitalfields wh

TERENCE Conran's new Shoreditch hotel complex the Boundary has scooped a prize in the Time Out Eating and Drinking Awards.

Ground-floor "caff" Albion won the best new cheap eats category, beating Thai restaurant Rosa's in Hanbury Street in Spitalfields which was also nominated.

The Boundary's main eatery, also called Boundary, was beaten in the best restaurant category by the West End's Giaconda Dining Room while Islington's 69 Colebrooke Row beat Callooh Callay in Shoreditch to the best bar title.

All the shortlisted establishments were visited anonymously by Time Out's judges and the magazine's readers voted for their favourites.


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