London Bridge Restaurants
London Bridge is a busy place. What with trying to navigate yourself in and out of the station, around The Shard, through Borough Market and over the bridge, finding the best restaurants might seem like a difficult task. We have put together a list of some of our favourite restaurants in London Bridge, as well as some great restaurants nearby. Each with their own charm, quirks and specialities, you're sure to find something to suit.
Last updated on 24th March 2017
Tucked away down the vibrant Bermondsey Street is Village East, an unassuming yet impossibly charming brasserie and cocktail bar modelled on the slick establishments you’d fine in its Manhattan namesake. Cosy up on inviting lounge chairs inside this listed warehouse and enjoy some hearty comfort cooking.
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.
Only a short stroll across the bridge, The Oyster Shed is a great place to eat near the station. Blending pub charm with subtly themed interiors, head on down not only for a view of the Shard but plenty of British favourites from steak to fish and chips.
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.
Tucked away, The Mug House is a restaurant near London Bridge with history and charm. Not only known for their underground interiors and port, head on down to The Mug House for some of the finest in British flavours and classic dishes.
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.
Located directly off the Thames Path and inside the historic Hays Wharf is the Hay’s Galleria, a memorable restaurant and bar popular with the London Bridge after work crowd. With a petanque pitch and a gem of an outdoor terrace for those sunnier days, this inviting eatery cooks up a menu of regularly changing specials, fresh seafood plates and British favourites using responsibly sourced ingredients.
Head down to Jamies London Bridge for a deliciously modern British menu, made up of burgers, light bites, sharing platters and other classic dishes that will satisfy even the most discerning of diners. Ideal for a quick lunch, a spot of supper or even a bite to eat at breakfast, you can be assured that you will be served the highest quality food and seasonal ingredients.