Welcome to The Corner – Tate Modern’s new riverside deli café and after-hours bar, serving a delectable menu of seasonal and locally-sourced dishes, fourteen craft beers on tap, award-winning wines, artist-inspired cocktails, and an eclectic event series ‘Corner Sessions’ starting in the Autumn.
Their menu offers seasonal and locally sourced dishes with produce picked at its peak. Enjoy homemade soda bread and sandwiches made with flour sourced from suppliers using pesticide-free ancestral farming methods. Their salads are about as local as it gets – leaves and herbs grown in SE1 using 100% renewable energy and harvested on the morning of delivery from optimal freshness. In the evening they offer a delicious selection of consciously sourced meats and cheeses, vegetarian and vegan options, including buttermilk fried cauliflower, grass-fin aged meatballs, and an ‘honestly tasty’ vegan cheeseboard (and the best-fried potato chimichurri in town).
Recharge in the day with specialist coffees made in our roastery at Tate Britain.
Brought to you by the team behind Mildreds, mallow is a new, 100% plant-based, sustainable concept in the heart of Borough Market.
The mallow menu is inspired by flavours from all over the world. Our fresh, colourful food is 100% plant-based, seasonal and sustainable.
At mallow our aim is minimal waste wherever possible, with ingredients sourced from small, sustainable businesses, including those right on our doorstep in Borough Market.
Audrey’s is a vibrant and welcoming all-day cafe-bar offering fresh, seasonal food from its bustling open kitchen. Enjoy the modern, bright atmosphere of the historical building on Union Street, or go al fresco dining along the terrace. Serving Londoners and visitors from breakfast through to dinner. Drop by for a bite to eat, enjoy the wine and cocktails or simply have the best coffee moment from Allpress. Walk-ins and bookings are welcome.
A neighbourhood restaurant in Borough serving seasonal sharing plates & wine.
A charming British boozer, untouched by the high rises that have sprung up around it, truly an untouched homage to a time when pubs were a place to go for a quiet pint after work, or to put the world to rights with friends. They like to keep it pretty simple, priding themselves on good beer and good food. You’ll find a home from home at Royal Oak Borough.
The Table Cafe has been part of the Bankside’s dining scene for well over fifteen years. From a small restaurant selling sandwiches and salads, the Table has grown into a thriving business with an award-winning brunch menu centred on impeccable quality and sustainable sourcing.
The George Inn is famous as a coaching stopover during the 17th century and mentioned by Dickens in ‘Little Dorrit’, this pub is London’s only surviving galleried coaching inn and is owned by the National Trust. Great beer garden, real ales and traditional pub food menu.
A family-run business, Terry’s Cafe offers plenty of traditional charm while serving the best locally sourced produce. Their ethos is to provide good, honest British food in an inviting setting. Enjoy home-cooked daily specials and a range of pastries, plus the nostalgic black and white photos depicting 1940s London life.
Overlooking the bustle and buzz of Borough Market, Roast restaurant uses the finest seasonal and quintessentially British ingredients in their modern fine dining menus. As the name goes, you will want to try their famous Sunday roasts, or opt for their luxurious afternoon tea.
Swan at Shakespeare’s Globe has been a partner of the iconic Globe Theatre in Bankside for over a decade. Enjoy stunning views of St Paul’s over a glass of wine, seasonal cocktail or experiencing a relaxing dining experience choosing from lunch, pre-theatre or a la carte menus. Swan is also the perfect place for indulgent afternoon teas, dinner parties, family gatherings and Sunday roasts.
Absorb the lively atmosphere at Novotel London Bridge’s Gourmet Bar and Restaurant. In stylish surroundings, choose from an array of local craft beers, wines and cocktails and international cuisine. A great place to enjoy an evening’s entertainment or relax and unwind.
For a great night out look no further than SAMA Bankside, a unique late night bar, restaurant, party venue complete with beer pong tables. On weekends, take advantage of their bottomless brunch packages.
The Mudlark gets its name from the 18th century practice of scavenging the muddy Thames riverside for treasures. For years this historic pub has been a favourite with the market traders of Borough Market, the oldest fruit and vegetable market in London. The Mudlark is the perfect spot to catch up with friends or grab after work drinks with colleagues in the historic backstreets of Bankside.
Bread Street Kitchen is a bustling, breath-taking urban space comprising a restaurant, open kitchen and Street Lounge bar. Enjoy Gordon Ramsay classics and signature Bread Street Kitchen dishes such as the beef wellington from Monday to Sunday.
Located in Bankside’s Blue Fin building, The Refinery offers all day dining accompanied with innovative cocktails, wines from around the world and beers from London’s best breweries. There is a mezzanine for semi-private dining bookings, and in summer months customers can enjoy the pop-up alfresco terrace.
Established in 1999 fish! was the first restaurant in the heart of Borough Market. Their concept is simple; providing customers with the best quality, responsibly sourced fish, cooked in front of you, in simple and classic ways. Customers can dine with 360 degree views of the market from the restaurant, outdoor terrace or dining counter. You can also get fish! to take away from the shop next door.
At Hawksmoor Borough you can expect to find some of the best steak in London. Their meat is carefully sourced from small British farms and their seafood from sustainable fishermen from around the UK. Every Monday enjoy £5 corkage and make sure to try their famous Sunday roast.
An informal all-day restaurant and bar based in Bankside Hotel, serving fresh seasonal food, reflective and rejuvenating cocktails, local beers and wines from off the beaten track.