What they say:
Probably one of the most curious backstories for a venue in London, Edwin's has got quite the history. Originally a pub and museum in one, it contained a number of oddities including skeletons, stuffed animals and other oddities until it was closed down for seeking a human corpse. Now it's a fine brasserie and restaurant bar, serving a range of seasonal dishes to get the most out of English produce such as steak tartare and grilled seafood bouillabaisse.
What we say:
With its quirky history, great location and the fact it's above a great local pub, Edwin's seems to be one set for inevitable success. Serving exquisite cuisine throughout the week, some great drink offerings and with an assured quality thanks to its experienced management, it's one of the exciting recent openings south of the river.