Exciting news: this East London pub has been given a fantastic makeover and now looks sparkling new with brilliant, seasonal British food served seven days a week.

Nestled within the pretty Victorian terraces of Coborn Road, slap bang between Mile End and Bow Road tube stations, The Coborn has undergone an extensive refurbishment giving the local a new lease of life with fabulous modern interiors throughout!

The kitchen champions all things seasonal, British and as local as possible. Try smoked ham hock terrine or spring lamb croquettes to start followed by delicious main courses like beef shin, ale and suet pudding; or summery chargrilled artichokes with Rosary goat’s cheese.

Enjoy a great Sunday roast with all the family, coming fully loaded with Yorkshire puddings; honey-glazed carrots and parsnips; spring greens; goose fat potatoes and lashings of ale gravy. Choose between Aberdeen Angus rump of beef, lemon and thyme roasted half chicken, Dingley Dell loin of pork or homemade vegetarian nut roast.

No meal is complete without a dessert and The Coborn has some traditional choices including rhubarb Bakewell tart, sticky toffee pudding and marmalade bread and butter pudding. A small choice of dessert wines are available, alongside specialty teas and coffee.

The Coborn,

8 Coborn Road,

London E3 2DA

T: 020 8980 3793


Twitter: @CobornE3