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Long, Thin and Cool
Get yourself a drink, pull up a chair...and enjoy!
Location: 133 Whitechapel Road, E1 1DT
Description: 'Indo' offers a refreshing and eclectic experience, unlike most of the nearby pubs that seem to appeal to other less cool tribes.
It's a long, thin bar and not particularly large, so it doesn't take a lot for it to become busy - but despite this it's still a chilled-out experience.
Of course it serves booze, so it's sure to be enjoyable, the decor is simple, with rickety furniture offset against some bits of art and a few well-priced snacks...
Suffice to say it's good - just arrive here early (or early in the week) if you want a seat.