Restaurants In South East London
|| There’s a
huge range of global cuisine of offer in South East London.
You’ll also be party to some truly original views,
from the imposing tea clipper The Cutty Sark [map] in Greenwich to the inspiring scenes across the River
Thames from one of the Southbanks many eateries.
Visit two of the world’s premier art bars at The
Saatchi Gallery [map],
and The Tate Modern [map],
or enjoy some of London’s traditional fayre with
a visit to a pie and mash shop for some hearty food.
There’s lots of little cafes in the area offering
everything from French cuisine to familiar sausage and
If you’re out shopping in the area you’ll
be pleasantly surprised by the range of unusual coffee
shops, allowing you to indulge in some great food whilst
resting tired feet.
If you’re close to Southwark you’ll be able
to enjoy a great many eating options to suit all pockets.
Choose from the heady heights of the Oxo Tower [map],
Barge House Street, for fresh and modern European cuisine,
or the famous Bubble and Squeak on offer at The Borough
Right across South East London vegetarians are well catered
for and can choose from a variety of unusual Caribbean,
Polish and Turkish cuisine as well as satisfying dishes
from a range of Italian, Japanese, Indian and Thai restaurants.
You don’t even have to have pockets full of money
to enjoy what’s out there. In this area there’s
some great choices for those on a budget and it’s
not just limited to “greasy spoon” cafes.
Enjoy some delicious dishes from the likes of The Lobster
Kennington Lane, which offers a selection of great value
seafood and delectable mussel dishes, and The Chop
Butlers’ Wharf, for British and European cuisine
that won’t break the bank.
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