Stretching south from an arch under London Bridge station, Bermondsey Street is home to independent coffee shops, innovative restaurants and world class art galleries that have transformed the area into one of London’s most desirable postcodes.
Cobbled streets give the neighbourhood a village feel and inspire a real sense of heritage and community. Home to some of London’s best-loved markets, pop-up stalls and eateries, there is always something new to experience on Bermondsey Street.
Among the highlights, critically acclaimed Spanish chef José Pizarro has two restaurants on Bermondsey Street, José Tapas Bar, his first solo adventure and Pizarro. Many of the boutiques on Bermondsey Street feel like undiscovered treasures as unique styles can be found in almost every shop. A stroll along the narrow thoroughfare also demands a visit to White Cube gallery and the Fashion and Textile Museum. Both highly acclaimed institutions, the thoroughly contemporary buildings blend harmoniously into quaintness of Bermondsey Street.