Best Restaurants in South – East London
This is an article for all the food lovers out there, especially for those who happen to live, visit or just have a taste of the South-East part of London. This great capital has many precious and beautiful things to offer and the restaurants or pubs are definitely among top 5.
Rivington Bar & Grill (SE10 8NN, 178 Greenwich High Road, Greenwich) is situated in the Greenwich Picture house building. This is an amazing aspect, as you can enjoy a fine meal and a fine movie as well. The dishes are traditionally British. Although this place is not a 5 stars restaurant, it is indeed really loved and on the weekends it is highly recommended to make a booking in advance.
The Deptford Project Café (SE8 4NS, 121-123 Deptford High Street) is actually a recycled train carriage that happened to turn into a wonderful café. The decorations were created by the great Studio Myerscough. The coffee sortiments are varied and can satisfy even the most demanding tastes. You can enjoy it over some home cooked sandwiches, salads or pastries.
The Yellow House Bar & Kitchen (SE16 2UE, 126 Lower Road, Southwark) has only three menus (bistro, grill and pizza). This is not a negative aspect, as the chef makes sure to always add a personal touch to the food. The ingredients are all organic and you can watch as your meals are being cooked. This way, you can have a dinner and a show. Beside the delicious meals, the staff is also very friendly, professional and truly interested in your personal opinion.
Gourmet Burger Kitchen (SE10 9BL, 45 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich) is a high quality fast food joint. Your burgers will taste and also look deliciously, as there is a special artisan baker hired for it. Their first original recipe was a Kiwiburger (with beef, aged cheddar, beetroot, egg, salad, mayo, pineapple and relish). Nowadays, buying one also means a donation of 0.25 pounds to the salvation of the kiwi, an endangered bird species.
Butlers Wharf Chop House (SE1 2YE, The Butlers Wharf Building, 36e Shad Thames Tower Bridge) has a unique view: the famous Tower bridge, one of London’s icons. The dishes are all cooked using traditional British receipts. Some of their most popular recipes, cooked by the great Head Chef Andrew Holmes, are: Cornish mussels in Aspall Suffolk cider & leeks, Sunday roast and his well-known steak and kidney pudding.
Village East (SE1 3UW, 171-173 Bermondsey Street) is a usually crowded place, filled with people that want to enjoy a unique location: the building is formed from a warehouse and a glass apartment block. You can come here for brunch, lunch and dinner, as you will always find fresh menus and dishes, dedicated to vegetarians, meet or seafood lovers.
Of course there are many other interesting places where you can hang out with your friends or family and also eat a delicious, yet healthy meal. Other two popular examples are Le Pont de la Tour (SE1 2YE, The Butlers Wharf Building, 36d Shad Thames) and Fish! (SE1 9AL, Cathedral Street, Borough Market).
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