The Breakfast Club, unsurprisingly, does excellent all-day breakfasts that are the kind of thing you dream about while being pummeled at Barry’s Bootcamp (not that we ever get up in time to go). It’s easy to get to from the station, and though you’re not getting any points for originality by coming here, the food always hits the spot. There’s a brekky for every occasion here - pancakes and waffles for savage hangovers, or things with avocado and kale for weekday catchups. If you’re exhausted by the prospect of looking for lunch or dinner around the station, or joining the queue for Padella, they also have solid burgers and salads later in the evening.
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Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House
Wright Brothers is our favourite spot in Borough market to perch with a beer and a pint of prawns.
El Pastor serves Mexico City-style tacos in a former railway arch near Borough Market. While it can be very good, it can also be a disappointment.
Tas Restaurant Borough
Tas has been cooking some of the most reliably good Turkish food in London Bridge for ages.
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Hash E8 is an American-style diner in Dalston that you go to for a French toast and pancakes kind of brunch. Translation: no avocados here.
Monty’s Deli in Hoxton does a killer reuben sandwich and a matzo ball soup that feels like a hug from a grandma. It’s good for quick eats of takeaway.
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The Borough branch of the upmarket Hawksmoor steak palaces is every bit as accomplished as its siblings.
Aqua Shard - Bar
The Aqua shard bar is where to head to for a ridiculous, ostentatious drink with a view.
The Bermondsey Yard Cafe
Close to White Cube gallery, Bermondsey Yard Cafe is a casual spot for brunch, dinner, and it has plenty of outdoor seats for a drink with friends.
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