Situated near the iconic Borough Market, Salt Yard is a gorgeous haunt for your dinners and drinks. Tuck into sumptuous tapas and divine wine in chic interiors - we highly recommend trying the courgette flowers, oysters with green chilli and mackerel.
Best London Bridge Restaurants
It's famed for The Shard, train delays and bustling streets, but what if you're pottering around the Borough or Southwark area when peckish? We've explored the area surrounding this busy station to bring you the very best restaurants in London Bridge, including everything from riverbank spots to high-end dining and casual drop-ins.
Looking for a drink once you're done dining? Check out our London Bridge bars guide here.
Our pick of cheap London Bridge restaurants? If you're in need of a bit of entertainment alongside your meal, this affordable spot has you covered with its Dugout Caves of games consoles, beer pong and more. Washing burgers down with cocktails while beating all your pals? That's Belushi's for you.
With a menu focused on the organic, The Refinery is one of the best restaurants for clean eating. It's an ideal spot for any occasion; be it a business lunch, a corporate meeting, a bite to eat alongside friends or even just a few drinks after work.
Head slightly south of the river and you'll find The Breakfast Club, one of the best restaurants near London Bridge station. Think eggs benny, fluffy pancakes and cocktails taking you from brunch to dinner. If you're extra fun, uncover the secret bar to continue the party at this kitsch and quirky favourite.
When you're on the hunt for somewhere to fill your belly in this city, a spot on the banks of the Thames is bound to tick all the boxes. Blending pub charm with subtly themed interiors, The Oyster Shed is where to head for a view of the Shard and plenty of British favourites.
Saunter down Bermondsey Street to find The Woolpack offering British classics, including sumptuous pork belly and gooey Camembert. As for dessert? They've got apple crumble and sticky toffee pud up for grabs, satisfying your sweet tooth with some old favourites.
If you're after quirky restaurants near London Bridge, then you need to head underground to The Mug House. Not only known for its subterranean interiors and port, this unique boozer fronts some of the finest in British flavours or classic dishes in a cool, rustic setting.
Boasting views of other Borough Market restaurants and beyond, Arthur Hooper's is one of the most beautiful dining spots. Expect sleek and contemporary interiors, mouthwatering Mediterranean cuisine and some of the rarest wines around.
One of London's first proper wine bars, The Boot and Flogger also doubles as a gorgeous restaurant. Thanks to a delicious seasonal menu full of hearty dishes and an extensive wine list to pair with them, it's firmly on our list of the best places to eat near London Bridge.
Fancy Spanish London Bridge restaurants? El Vino is making it happen thanks to its tasty tapas. When you're not getting familiar with the venue's various (and delicious) wine options, you'll find a menu of authentic Spanish small plates to enjoy.
Just around the corner from Borough Market, you'll find some of London's best restaurants, including this charming cafe and bar. Fronting a mouthwatering menu of tasty lunch, dinner and brunch goods, topped off with great coffee, Lantana Cafe is a must-visit.
Lusting over lobster? Or got a hankering for seafood? Then head on over to the cool BOB's Lobster Wine Bar & Kitchen, where fishy fare and top glasses of vino go hand in hand. Mains are topped off by a classic New York cheesecake for dessert, swoon.
As one of the best restaurants in the area, Vinoteca Borough is a brilliant shout. Chow down on fresh trout, grilled squid and other delicious eats while sipping on vino - perfect for date nights or business meetings.
Looking for a great Mexican restaurant in London Bridge? Head to Santo Remedio on Tooley Street. Whether you're here for a date night dinner or a casual bite to eat with friends, you can expect tacos, tostadas and all kinds of tequila-tipped cocktails come brunch on the weekends.
Located on Bermondsey Street in a cool archway setting, this south of the river hotspot is our go-to when it comes to Italian restaurants in London Bridge. Whether you're after meaty slices with pepperoni, or something a little more plant-based, you'll find it all here.
Take a short stroll from the station to Crown Square and you'll find carnivore haven The Coal Shed. From their traditional methods of cooking over fire and charcoal to a choice of sustainably sourced meat or fish, this swanky restaurant is all about the main event. Our tip? Top off any meal with its signature cocktail, the Dark Coal Sour.
Just a short walk from Borough Market, this unique pub and restaurant offers one of the best dining experiences around. From a creative cocktail menu and some stunning plates of food,to its decadent Midsummer Night's Dream-themed afternoon tea, it's coming up trumps.
Suave and stylish, this Bankside eatery serves a mixture of European and Caribbean food. Perfect for a post-work bite or a boozy dinner with friends (SAMA's cocktails are to die for), it's also fronting beer pong everyday, alongside a DJ spinning tunes on Fridays and Saturdays.
On the hunt for delicious eats? Berenjak Borough is the Iranian restaurant you need to discover. Not only is it absolutely stunning, with plush Persian rugs and indoor ivy, but it showcases a lip-smacking array of mangal barbecue and tanoor dishes.
From breakfast to dinner or everything in between, this colourful eatery delves out a delicious menu filled with Middle Eastern favourites and authentic Lebanese plates. Don't miss the spiced lamb kofta or the harissa-dusted margaritas; you'll be onto a winner.
Decorated to look like an American diner and with the burgers to match, Tower Bridge Arms is your one-stop shop for grabbing piled-high patties alongside plenty of pints. The ales and beers on offer come from London's top microbreweries, as well as including favourites from around the globe.
Boasting an ever-changing menu brought about by its carefully curated kitchen residencies, Great Guns Social is somewhere you can always return to with fresh taste buds. It's not the kind of place you get tired of quickly, as the space has swish interiors to boot.
If glamorous restaurants are your kind of thing, then Hutong is an easy choice to make. You'll find this swish spot dishing out dim sum in the Shard. With views overlooking the city, this exclusive dining space is premium date night material.
Inspired by the late-night grill houses in Asia, Bao Borough is the lively Taiwanese restaurant that you need to check out. While known for the fluffy bun it's named after, this joint slings out a range of tasty eats that'll have you licking your lips for hours afterwards.