Familiar charm and outstanding food make this a south London destination eatery.
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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.
Offering modern European fare in Southwark, one of the best gastropubs in the capital.
Silka aims to appeal to those that enjoy the exotic flavours of Indian cuisine, but with a healthier slant.
Tas Pide takes its name from the ancient Anatolian dish made from dough shaped like a boat, filled with fresh ingredients
Tel: +44 (0)20 7928 1111 Address: 74 Blackfriars Road, Southwark, SE1 8HA Cuisine Type: Eastern European Southwark (JUBILEE) If you thought that Eastern European cuisine was stodgy, their style questionable and the language inaccessible, you’d be wrong – well, on the first two counts anyway. Baltic puts paid to those misconceptions with panache. A bit like the wardrobe […]
From the moment you step through the door and take in the delicate waft of incense you can tell this is not going to be an ordinary meal.
Just because you see red braces at the Oxo Tower doesn’t mean it’s pompous and overpriced. In fact, it is neither.