One of Borough Market's best restaurants, this charming British eatery just a short walk from London Bridge boasts a slap-up menu of hearty dishes, from onion and cider soup to pork belly and mash and even an East Anglian chateaubriand.
Restaurants Near Borough Market
Renowned for its award-winning offerings, Borough Market is a top choice for avid foodies and tourists alike. From artisan chocolates and specially selected wines to an iconic bakery, SE1 has it all. When you're done sampling the wares, sometimes a good sit-down meal without a queue is what you really need. Whether you're in the mood for a laid-back spot or swanky sky-high dining, you won't have to look far. Skip the line and head a few minutes down the road where you'll find one of these slick restaurants.
The go-to for private dining in sky-high surroundings, it doesn't get much swankier than The Shard and when you're done perusing Borough Market's offering. Plus, with Iris Bar bringing you an impressive wine list and classic cocktails, what more could you want?
Spend too much time drooling at market-fresh doughnuts and artisan cheeses and you just might miss this charming wine bar. Filled with enough vino to keep you watered for a lifetime, The Boot and Flogger serves up seasonal dishes in intimate surroundings.
After getting their start in the street food biz, BOB's Lobster graduated to their first permanent site under the arches of London Bridge station. Dive into seafood signatures like lobster mac and cheese, shrimp po' boys and tuna tacos, all washed down with cocktails and wine from Bedales of Borough.
Thought Belushi's was just beers and bolshy nights? Think again. Located on Borough High street, this southeast outpost of the vibrant sports bar chain is all about dishy American comfort food paired with brews, ciders and cocktails.
Just a short walk from Borough Market, this gorgeous bar and restaurant is must-visit if you're looking for something special in the area. Fronting Italian plates and signature cocktails - not to mention an impressive wine selection - it's one of the best places to eat near London Bridge.
With a focus on chicken, steak and fish, this Bankside spot showcases the best of Mark Hix's cooking. Interiors are bright and spacious, while large windows and pop-art create Insta-worthy scenes. Plus, with kids eating free, Hixter is the perfect respite from the bustling market.
Boasting fresh coffee, tasty dishes and a few classic cocktails, this unique cafe-bar near Borough Market is the perfect stopping off point before or after a whip aorund the stalls.
When it comes to breakfast, this Southwark Street spot should be top of your list. Serving up the same delectable fare that makes The Breakfast Club brand a go-to for all-day brekky, this contemporary eatery is all about eggs, pancakes and burgers. There's even a secret cocktail bar if you're looking to continue the party.
Located just moments away from Borough Market, this hidden gem of a restaurant boasts the interiors of an authentic Portuguese tavern, complete with antique furniture and low-hanging plants. Piri piri chicken steals the show at this place, with a huge range of sides to complement the signature dish.
Whether you've got a hankering for something simple like a steak burger or fancy something a bit more... fancy, this Tooley Street charmer has it all. Expect an extensive wine list, candlelit tables and everything from duck liver pâté to roasted butternut squash.
When it comes to finding decent tacos south of the river, there's only one place that sound be on your radar. From the brains behind Barrafina comes this Mexican restaurant, where you'll find authentic eats with fillings like chargrilled stonebass, short rib and pulled pork.
Hailing from Hong Kong, Duddell's boasts a historic London Bridge location and finely curated menu. Set in St Thomas' Church, interiors are just as grand as the dishes, which lean towards traditional Cantonese cooking; from Peking duck to shimeji mushroom and asparagus.
With a focus on high-quality Iberico ham, this Borough High Street is all about the meat. Think chorizo, candied bacon and ribeye paired with foie gras. But veggies need not fret, as roasted vegetables come cooked in brandy and manchego is served with quince for a little kick.