Familiar charm and outstanding food make this a south London destination eatery.
Riverside dining in a rustic setting, mixing traditional Italian dishes with a few innovations.
A brisk menu of British cuisine at Borough Market, complete with English wine.
In the corner of a Travelodge, very much the wrong end of Borough Market, inside the décor is black and rich maroon with wooden furniture and Regency wallpaper.
Just down from the Oxo Tower and a short walk from the Tate Modern, outside tables offer a great view of the river.
Industrial and quirky in design, it’s divided into various different areas and has a distinctly 50s feel, though the menu is anything but.
Charming Blackheath Italian, with a relaxed atmosphere, comfortable décor and friendly service.
The jewel in the crown of the Conran empire, chosen by the Blairs for entertaining the Clintons.
Traditional brasserie serving Crystal Palace for nigh on three decades.
Offering modern European fare in Southwark, one of the best gastropubs in the capital.