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.
Turnips with Tomas Lidakevicius under Borough Market arches is a celebration of quality produce and fine dining. A collaboration between fifth-generation greengrocer Charlie Foster and chef Tomas Lidakevicius, the restaurant serves creative modern dishes with a focus on seasonal vegetables and sustainability. The ever-changing tasting menus (dinner and lunch) or à la carte showcase the team’s passion for world-class fruits and vegetables. Tomas’s cuisine is sophisticated yet accessible, perfectly aligned with the market stall’s ethos.
Tonkotsu puts their heart and soul into making sure every bowl of ramen that leaves their kitchen arrives on your table ready to rock your world! Timing the addition of every ingredient to the second, their chefs create the perfectly balanced, rich stock flavours they pride themselves on. Their motto is “if you don’t make your own noodles then you’re just a soup shop!”
Looking for a place to eat? You’ll find fresh salad bowls, flatbreads, smoothies, and delicious coffee at The Bridge Cafe. The Bridge is a charity and the café is dedicated to sustainability, fighting hunger in the community, and supporting local women to live healthier lives.
Where the Pancakes Are is an all-day restaurant bringing people together around pancakes since 2015, whether it’s over a matcha latte with rose harissa shakshouka pancakes, or a maple old fashioned with apple & almond Dutch babies. There’s nothing to say you can’t have pancakes all day. Everything is made in house with honest and fresh ingredients, served to you in a relaxed, comfortable and welcoming environment.
Enjoy WTPA’s ‘brinner’ menu as they open till late from the 26th of April
Springing into another season, WTPA are excited to open their doors in the evenings with a ‘brinner’ menu, encompassing a range of brand new breakfast-brunch-dinner friendly dishes & cocktails from 4pm.
Do you like the sound of a peach & jasmine aperitif, truffled kale & artichoke dip with crackers, southern jackfruit bbq pancakes with oat creme fraiche, three cheeses Dutch baby, or a warm churro-cinnamon-chocolate cookie by Doughlicious with vanilla ice cream & chocolate sauce? If so pull up a chair and join them for Brinner.
Cosy little pub in SE1 serving local craft beers and authentic Neapolitan stone-baked pizza.
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.
Flat Iron Square is a food and culture hub that has been a firm favourite and regarded as one of London’s most popular socialising spots.
Entering its sun-drenched garden from the buzz of the city, you’ll find no good reason to leave as it provides some of the tastiest and most eclectic street food vendors and restaurants all within a few yards of each other, including the likes of Baz&Fred, Mother Clucker, Katsutopia, La Nonna, Edu, Breddos Taco, the award-winning Lupins and plenty more.
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Flat Iron Square also houses Omeara, one of London’s best grassroots live music venues that has played host to the likes of Sam Fender, Lewis Capaldi, Celeste, Biffy Clyro, Maggie Rogers, Beck, Mumford & Sons, and Kylie!
Authentic, delicious and healthy Neapolitan street food, freshly prepared every day. Enjoy wood fired pizzas, fresh pasta, homemade breads, seasonal salads and handmade traditional desserts. In summer months book an al fresco spot on their Southwark Street terrace.
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.
White Hart Southwark is a super place to enjoy quality fresh food (make sure to stop by for a Sunday roast), great London and international beers and cask ales, as well as a wine list with nearly 30 bottles to choose from. in the heart of Bankside. Enjoy the outside covered seating area in warmer weather too.
Roasting Plant Coffee was set up by a bunch of coffee-lovers from NYC’s Lower East Side. Expect to find freshly roasted coffee brewed to order, with the choice of 8 single origins, the house blend or your own custom blend. Enjoy your coffee with brunch classics from their sourdough toast bar.
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.
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.
Capricci is a restaurant and deli concept, bringing an exceptional selection of Italian food and wines from small artisanal producers to NEO Bankside. Their regional menu changes on a weekly basis according to the seasonal ingredients available. Their wine list combines natural wines from Italian micro-producers with great classics such as Barolo, Amarone and Prosecco.
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.
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.
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.
Hilton Bankside’s OXBO brings you a flavour-packed menu of small plates. Try the super cheesy Croque Monsieur, mouthwatering bao buns and buttermilk fried chicken, or more delicate dishes such as grilled sea bass, glazed carrots or papaya and avocado ceviche.
1144. The original slammer that gave its name to all the clinks that followed. 600 years of puritans, prostitutes, plotters, priests, heretics and Jesuits, many of them shamed, blamed & even executed in public. The gaolers were bent and took bribes to loosen irons and smuggle in women.
Shakespeare’s pal did time here, as you can too, in the museum.
Founded by an artist, run by artists, to find new artists. This upstart of an art school is also old school, an atelier of over 50 real world tutor-artists who practice what they preach. Learn from experts who exhibit all over the world. Drop in for an open life short session, send the teens to a Manga masterclass, dive deep into a degree in fine art. Do a Picasso and remain an artist as you grow, how and when you want.
The Industrial Revolution transformed the world, but engineers found themselves on a crash course in understanding the forces affecting new construction materials. Variable quality in materials had catastrophic results. The collapse of a new railway bridge over the river Dee in 1847 and of the Tay Bridge in 1879 showed the need for engineers to rely on thorough, scrupulous testing. In other words, on Facts, not Opinions. This Victorian innovation space set standards for engineering globally.
Ibis Styles Southwark, part of the Accor brand, is an affordable London hotel, home to 154 spacious and creatively decorated bedrooms (including eight modern suites for larger groups). All of the rooms feature comfortable beds and en suite walk-in power showers. Wake up to an unlimited, all-inclusive breakfast spread and rest your feet after a long day in the stylish bar. Indulge in a lie in or last minute sightseeing as you don’t have to check out until noon.