The determination of East London is also a little imprecise. However, consensus seems to be that it consists of Barking and Dagenham, Bexley, Greenwich, Lewisham, Hackney, Havering, Newham, Redbridge, Spitalfields, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest.
East London is full of surprising options including a visit to City Farm in Spitalfields or a swim in chilly Victoria Dock. There is also the Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood with its collection of toys and play areas and the Geffrye Museum of interior design. Columbia Road is the place to be on Sunday to visit the flower market.
A fun night out is to be had at Comic Mondays at the Theatre Royal, outdoor dining at a night market or dancing the night away at the nightclub called Fabric. Alternatively there are several open-air cinemas that are open in spring, summer and autumn.
East London is also the proud home to one of London’s most famous landmarks: the 900 year old Tower of London. One can go on a tour led by a Beefeater and admire the Crown Jewels. One can also cross the River Thames in a cable car which offers wonderful city views.
Food options range from traditional English to curry, beigels or kebabs and there’s something for all tastes.
These museums, markets, nightclubs and restaurants all have something in common other than being attractions for tourists and locals alike: they all have kitchens and most contain hardworking ovens that need professional cleaning. The cleaners from Specialist Oven Cleaners work at a time that suits the customer and only use eco-friendly and food-safe cleaning products that don’t leave a residue or produce unpleasant fumes. The oven is left clean and hygienic.