There’s nothing like a nice and functional train station restaurant is there? Well if you’re looking for one next to London Bridge, don’t go to Bob’s Lobster. Sure there are more cost efficient options on the menu than their £20 lobster roll, but you’d hope their namesake would be worthwhile. Unfortunately it isn’t. The space itself is fine and it serves a purpose: for people to grab a drink before or after getting a train. But with Borough Market so close by, there are far better places to spend the best part of £20-£30, which is what you’ll probably do here.
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