Hungry Donkey Greek Kitchen

1 52 Wentworth Street, Whitechapel, London

This is definitely one Greek kitchen you want on your radar

Hungry Donkey Greek Kitchen picture

Ads by Google
Address:52 Wentworth Street
E1 7TB
Map:Map & nearby
Nearest Station:Aldgate
Opening Hours:

Mon:08:00 - 22:00
Tue:08:00 - 22:00
Wed:08:00 - 22:00
Thu:08:00 - 22:30
Fri:08:00 - 22:30
Sat:11:00 - 22:30
Sun:11:00 - 21:00

Related Businesses

Nearby alternatives

  1. The Real Greek (0.2 miles)
    Horner Square, Shadwell, E1 6EW
  2. Haz Restaurent (0.4 miles)
    Mincing Lane, The City, EC3r 7aa
  3. Suvlaki (0.5 miles)
    Brick Lane, Shadwell, E1 6SB

"This is definitely one Greek kitchen you want on your radar"

Review Rating: 8 / 10
star rating one starstar rating one starstar rating one starstar rating one starstar rating one starstar rating one starstar rating one starstar rating one starstar rating no starstar rating no star
Reviewed by

It’s hard not to fall in love with Greek food, but the new brunch menu at Hungry Donkey Greek Kitchen is a whole different ball game. January is undoubtedly a depressing month, given the at-tempted post-Noel healthier eating. The good news is the food at Hungry Donkey is delicious, wholesome goodness; you feel like you’re nourishing yourself with every mouthful.

The main menu is fairly extensive, with small bites, mezedes and salads, souvlaki and a whole host of mouthwatering Greek desserts. The new brunch menu features a wealth of egg dishes, alongside classic items such as spanakopita. Being that it was a horrendously chilly January Sun-day when I visited, the Hungry Donkey was my first choice. Eggs sunny side up, accompanied with a Greek sausage and a delicious mixture of mushrooms and peppers in a lightly spiced, almost Shakshuka-esque tomato sauce with grilled sourdough bread. It was cosy, warming comfort food at its absolute best and washed down with a refreshing homemade iced tea. If you’re a coffee fan, make sure you try the traditional Greek coffee - it’ll blow your brains out. My friend tucked in to a couple of their classic chicken and pork souvlaki skewers, with a fresh and crunchy Greek salad and a side of their deliciously salty halloumi. It had to be done really.

I was actually a bit gutted that their portions were so hearty and filling, leaving no room for dessert. However given the taste factor of our brunch, it’s certainly on my list for a return visit to enjoy some of their sweets. If you’re in the neighbourhood it’s worth the stroll down from Spitalfields, this is def-initely one Greek kitchen you want on your radar.

Laurel reviewed Hungry Donkey Greek Kitchen on Wed 24 Jan 2018

Reviews & Tips from our readers

What's New?

AIL on Social Media

Facebook logo Twitter logo Instagram logo