Beigel Shop bagels

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As a little girl I use to go hand in hand with my dad, exploring the busy streets of Sunday markets in Brick Lane. The railway arches and a long street of restaurants with curries houses just by the end of Brick Lane there are two famous Bagel shops that open 24/7. On Sundays both these shops have long queues extend to the outside of a street. Even superstar diva Mariah Carey made a trip to Brick Lane just for the Bagels!

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The reason being is the bagels are so damn cheap! With it’s bright yellow and red signage storefront it stands out from the crowd during the day & night.

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Beigel Shop can get you a filled bagel and a cake for under £5. Baked daily you have numerous choices of fillings. A lot of people LOVE thee salt beef one, filled with chunks of salt beef, gherkins and a spread of mustard. My favourite bagel from Beigal Shop is smoked salmon and cream cheese. What I love about these bagels is that it fills you up without being too heavy on the stomach.

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Don’t leave the shop without a cake, costing around £1-2. The window display is filled with an array of colourful choices of fruit sponge cakes, trifle, cheesecakes and many others.

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Where else in London can you be filed up with freshly baked goods for under £5. Opened 24/7 a week in the buzzing streets of Brick Lane is a must place to visit.

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