23 "Southwark" Restaurants in London.
Tavolino has big booths, a massive terrace overlooking Tower Bridge, and a cacio e pepe you definitely want to eat. What more could you need?
An open-air bar, taproom, and garden a stone’s throw away from Borough Market.
Arguably London’s prettiest rooftop, Seabird is also home to the best oyster experience in the city.
A casual all day restaurant in Southwark dedicated entirely to pancakes, this place should be one of your go-to brunch spots.
Casa Do Frango is a piri piri chicken spot in Southwark that also serves cocktails for when you want your mid-week chicken-fest to get a bit boozy.
The George Inn is an old coach house in Southwark which has one of the biggest and best beer gardens in Zone 1.
The Coal Shed is the first London location of a popular Brighton restaurant that specializes in cooking fish and meats cooked over fire.
Yamagoya is a Japanese fast-casual restaurant in Southwark which is great for a quick snack or an excellent bowl of ramen.
After a new kit out, the Oxo Tower bar on the South Bank is prettier than ever, with panoramic views of St Paul’s and the Thames.
The Laughing Gravy at first glance seems to be a run of the mill British Brasserie, but it has quite a few surprises in store.
Elliot’s is a class act, from the drinks and food to the service. Their cheeseburger is also one of the best burgers in London.
Flat Iron Square is a great street food market in Southwark that’s perfect for lunchtime noodles, pancakes, and Chinese dumplings.
The White Hart is where you go in Southwark for very cold beers, and not much else. Hit it up for an after-work drink.
Rumpus Room is a trendy bar in the Mondrian Hotel, but with actual good vibes and drinks. It’s pricey, but worth the cost for the view.