Top Notch London Bridge Restaurants

It's famed for The Shard, train delays and bustling streets, but what if you're pottering around the Borough/Southwark area in search of great food? From notorious pasta spots with queues around the block to high-end dining and casual drop-ins, we've worked our way around one of the busiest train stations in the city to bring you the very best London Bridge restaurants.

Looking for a cocktail bar once you're done dining? Check out our local London Bridge drinks guide here.

Last updated on 6th January 2020




Swan at Shakespeare's Globe

1073 user reviews 4

River View Menu and 1 other offer

Just a short walk from Borough Market, this unique pub and restaurant offers one of the best dining experiences in London Bridge. From a creative cocktail menu and some stunning plates of food, to their decadent Midsummer Night's Dream-themed afternoon tea, it's one of the finest spots to stop off at in the area.

Sama Bankside

281 user reviews 4

Free-Flowing Brunch for £28 and 1 other offer

Suave and stylish, this Bankside eatery serves a mixture of European and Caribbean dishes. Perfect for a post-work bite or a boozy dinner with friends (SAMA offers some truly spectacular cocktails) it's one of the best restaurants in London Bridge. 

The Refinery, Bankside

524 user reviews 4

JanUary 2 for £20

With a menu focused on the organic, The Refinery is one of the best restaurants in London Bridge for clean eating. The Refinery is an ideal spot for any occasion, be it a business lunch, a corporate meeting, a bite to eat with friends or even just a few drinks after work.

Porky's Bankside

39 user reviews 4

Just a short walk from London Bridge sits Porky's Bankside, a little slice of Memphis in Southwark. The bar stocks everything from cocktails to craft beers to, of course, whiskey, which all go perfectly with their BBQ packed menu. We're talking meaty ribs, wholesome burgers and succulent pulled pork.

The Boot and Flogger

666 user reviews 5

Mix and Mash

This gorgeous London Bridge restaurant was one of London's first proper wine bars. With a delicious seasonal menu full of hearty dishes, and an extensive wine list to pair with it, it's one of the nicest places to eat in the area, complete with history and pub-esque interiors combined.

Tanner and Co

83 user reviews 4

Bottomless drinks and 1 other offer

Only a short stroll from the main station itself, this London Bridge restaurant is one of the finest in the area. Not only seasonal, popular after work and toting some of the finest in British ingredients, Tanner and Co is as casual and cool as restaurants come.