Shoreditch area in London tends to lack in cheap grub. Its all about proper italian coffee and proper baguettes, made from the finest of everything carrying prices for only the 'finest'. But if you're ever in north London and fancy something cheap and cheerful, with the effort put into it that you're paying for, then a small road off Old street called Drysdale Street, will offer just that. This cafe still serves Italian brew, but it is at under half the price. Chips, burgers - grease how they like it on a building site. It may seem odd to post about a small business like this, but in some ways it serves as a niche to the boutique style of this side of North London. You don't get much of this here.