The London Bridge area caters for all culinary tastes, pulling you in a manner of indulgent and wonderfully culinary directions.
Asvery own restaurants - , and offer fine-dining and unrivaled views of London, there is a whole host of eating and drinking possibilities nearby too.
is a haven of street food stalls, artisanal bakeries, glorious produce and arguably the best coffee in Britain at the . For a market that is a little more unruly yet progressive, is just east of . smokehouse treats, Chef Mozambique-style BBQ and artisanal G&T’s. Or just up the road you can find Bermondsey's beloved , , and . Renowned chefs are also making their move to SE1 including, José Pizarro’s , Gordon Ramsay’s and Mark Hix’s .
“One of my favourite places in London Bridge is Borough Market. There are so many different stalls offering a range of amazing food. I'd go everyday if I could.”
020 3011 1256
The finest dining in the finest setting. Aqua Shard restaurant serves innovative British cuisine and offers breathtaking views from the 31st floor of the Shard, ensuring an unforgettable experience.
3 Rochester Walk
020 7708 5577
The exposed brick and steel of a refurbished railway arch provide the setting for Arabica, a relaxed restaurant offering dishes from across the Middle East.
Deli with a huge selection of the finest cheese, meat, bread and treats.
020 7407 3803
From Fish and Chips to Lobster Fish!, located in the heart of Borough Market. Comprising of a fish monger, take-away and restaurant, all in a picturesque setting.
020 3011 1257
Award-winning Chinese cuisine inspired by dishes served in the imperial palaces of old Peking. Located on the 33rd floor of The Shard.
2 Park St
020 7232 3010
Monmouth roast their beans in Bermondsey, meaning their Borough market branch serves some of the freshest coffee in the capital. Carrying with it a well-deserved reputation for quality.
6 Park St
020 7367 0799
Artisan cheese shop selling the best British and Irish produce. Originally opened to store and mature cheese, the Borough location opened the shop when passersby started demanding their stock.
99 Bermondsey St
020 7089 9355
Gastropub with an excellent choice of beers, award-winning food and even a cinema room.
109 Bermondsey Street
020 7407 2140
Classic bistro complete with gingham tablecloths and a brilliant wine selection. Authentic French cuisine in the heart of Bermondsey.
16 Great Guildford Street
020 7921 9508
When a restaurant is known for two dishes, chicken or steak in this case, they better be good. Hixter provides substantial hunks of meat designed for sharing. The work of a few notable British artists adorns the walls too.
020 7268 6700
Located on the 32nd floor of the Shard, Oblix boasts a menu strong enough to distract diners from the view. Renowned chef Rainer Becker is a master of the grill, rotisserie and wood-fired oven, guaranteeing bold flavours flecked with smoke.
2-4 Bedale Street
020 7378 8226
The innovative menu at Rabot 1745 offers unorthodox dishes with cacao at their heart.
199 Tooley Street
020 7183 2117
Restaurant Story gained head chef Tom Sellers a Michelin star - and he’s only 26. His take on British cuisine is as much theatre as it is food, and it’s arguably some of the best in the country.
020 3006 6111
Unashamedly meaty, and proudly British, Roast bring the traditional Sunday lunch. An advocate of Borough Market and its stall-holders, the menu honours the produce sourced on their doorstep.
50 Bermondsey Street
020 7357 0244
Traditional British favourites coaxed into modern dishes, all in an impressive converted warehouse.
11 Southwark Street
020 7078 9634
Playful diner with several locations around London. The vibrant morning menu has created a loyal following, and the setting is a unique reflection of the local area.
41 Maltby Street
From the nose-to-tail revivalists, the Maltby Street spot serves up local favourites, like their renowned Welsh Rarebit, as well as a daily-changing menu.
18-20 Southwark St
020 7534 1690
Tapas made with passion and love. Brindisa use the finest ingredients and source their cured meat and cheese from Spain’s best producers.
UNION STREET CAFÉ
47-51 Great Southwark Street
020 7592 7977
The Gordon Ramsay owned restaurant serves Mediterranean-inspired cuisine in a neatly converted warehouse.
THE GEORGE INN
75-77 Borough High Street
020 7407 2056
Lively pub that dates back to medieval times. Blessed by a wonderful courtyard, oak beams and a long history.
020 7407 2690
A pub with an excellent atmosphere thanks to live music and ping pong tables on the roof.
020 7403 0168
Classic pub grub accompanied by traditional ales and craft beer.
83 Southwark Street
020 7401 2760
Popular brunch spot with service throughout the day with natural and modern interiors.
193 Bermondsey Street
Artisanal coffee, freshly baked pastries and bread have made this cafe a neighbourhood favourite.
98 Bermondsey Street
020 7357 9269
Resolutely British pub and self-styled ‘boozer’ with a popular beer selection and seasonal fare on the menu.
171-173 Bermondsey Street
020 7357 6082
Modern European fare served to diners in an intimate space, notable for its wood-panels and exposed brick work.
020 7403 9554
An open kitchen is at the heart of this award winning restaurant, where chefs shuck the best Oysters, sourced from dedicated producers in the British Isles. Wright Brothers live by their ‘sea to plate’ philosophy, and the proof is in the taste.
104 Bermondsey Street
020 7403 4902
Intimate local favourite dishing up plates of tapas to its loyal clientele. Also the home to a great selection of Spanish sherries.
An up-start market that has acquired an excellent reputation thanks to word of mouth. Confident chefs cook-up delicious street food beside traders selling antiques and other unique products.
194 Bermondsey Street
020 7378 9455
Pizarro’s acclaimed second restaurant in the area offers larger plates and a more refined dining experience to the sister tapas bar José. Wood and ceramic tiles adorn the communal space, reflecting the Spanish heritage.