In Horto

In Horto

In Horto is a restaurant on Southwark Street in Borough, brought to London by the team behind Flat Iron Square and Goods Way (TVG Hospitality). The Latin phrase ‘In Horto’ translates to ‘in the garden’, with the inspiration for the restaurant drawing on themes of nature and pastoral tradition to create a rustic dining experience.

Discover a series of garden-inspired cocktails where botanical ingredients are placed in the spotlight. Opt for something simple such as a Cucumber and Elderflower Tonic made with cucumber, lime, elderflower tonic and gin, while the Bumble Fresco combines blackberries, mint, bourbon and ginger beer. A broad wine list offers bottles from exceptional producers and vineyards around the world, while a focus on organic and biodynamic labels is in keeping with its all-natural ethos.

 

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A neighbourhood restaurant in Borough serving seasonal sharing plates & wine.

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Brother Marcus

Brother Marcus is known for their small plates and as one of the best brunch spots in London. Serving brunch in the morning and sharing plates in the evenings, this all day- dining spots is a must!

Inspired by its surroundings and heritage, Brother Marcus Borough Yards merges the industrial setting with the classic Mediterranean aesthetic, with stonewashed walls, hanging lights and lanterns, and rattan furniture. Vibrant green planting fills the space, surrounding an open kitchen area and outdoor seating is also available. With some of London’s best food suppliers on our doorstep, the Eastern Mediterranean- inspired menu is bolstered by products bought from local vendors at the neighbouring Borough Market. The venue is set within a 2,000 sqft space and sits up to 80 guests and 110 standing.

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Tas Pide

Tas Pide is an Anatolian restaurant where the spotlight focusses on original Turkish street food. A popular choice for theatre goers as it is situated just next to Shakespeare’s Globe, you can also expect a variety of delicious mezzes, grills and casseroles.

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Borough Market

Borough Market is one of London’s oldest markets, offering a vast array of British and international produce and street food. The Market consists of three main areas: Three Crown Square (larger producers and merchants), Green Market (small, specialist produce traders) and Borough Market Kitchen (street food traders). Find plenty of outdoor seating to enjoy takeaway street food, plus a variety of surrounding restaurants and bars.

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Giuseppe’s Ristorante & Pizzeria

Giuseppe’s Ristorante Italiano is one of Bankside’s oldest family run Italian restaurants. If you are looking for delicious Italian food prepared fresh with ingredients from Borough Market across the road, Giuseppe’s Place is the place to go. They offer a wide range of Mediterranean delights on both lunch and evening menus, all of which are prepared with the passion and heart associated with Italian home cooking. Get your breakfast or lunch to go from the Luncheonette takeaway.

Live music Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.

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Bala Baya

Bala Baya is the first stand-alone project from Israeli born Chef Eran Tibi. The restaurant brings the essence of Tel Aviv to Bankside’s Old Union Yard Arches, where Eran’s creations blend traditional Israeli dishes with a modern twist.

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The Real Greek Bankside

Situated right on the riverside, The Real Greek Bankside serves authentic Greek and Mediterranean dishes ideal for sharing with family and friends. The restaurant hosts live Greek music nights, check out the website for more details.

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