An all-day neighbourhood dining and drinking spot at The Hoxton, Southwark. Enjoy the relaxing lobby dining space perfect for working with a coffee, relaxing with a book and a cocktail, catching up with colleagues, friends and family or watch the world pass by in the outside sun terrace.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
LEON is the home of naturally fast food. Food that tastes good and does you good, makes you feel good after you eat it, is affordable and kind to the planet.
Located just behind Tate Modern, LEON is the home of naturally fast food. Food that tastes good and does you good, makes you feel good after you eat it, is affordable and kind to the planet.