Kino, Morning Lane, Homerton

Location and opening hours

Kino
Address:
Kino, 177-179 Morning Lane, Homerton
London  E9 6LH
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 8510 0158
Opening hours:
Sunday 2 PM–midnight   Tuesday 5 PM–midnight   Wednesday 5 PM–midnight   Thursday 5 PM–midnight   Friday 5 PM–midnight   Saturday 2 PM–midnight
Parking:
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More pubs nearby

Other pubs close to this one:

The Globe In Morning Lane is in Morning Lane, less than ¼ mile from Kino, and provides disabled facilities, a food menu, late license, live music, outside seating, quiz nights, serves real ale, sports events on the TV and sells vegetarian dishes

The Gun is at 235 Well Street, less than ¼ mile away. It provides tv for sporting events, vegetarian dishes, serves real ale, quiz nights, outside seating, air conditioning and serves food

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Local restaurants

The Plough is a restaurant in Homerton High Street, less than ¼ mile from Kino

Tomi's Kitchen is an African restaurant in Morning Lane, less than ¼ mile away. It provides vegetarian dishes, takeaway

Aries Restaurant Bar is a good value restaurant in Morning Lane, less than ¼ mile from Kino, and provides takeaway

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