Applebee's restaurant and fish shop, situated in the busy Borough market, serving fresh fish straight from our fantastic fish counter and prepared by our expert fishmongers daily. A menu is created each morning around the fresh catch of the day accompanied by the chef's choice of seasonal vegetables sourced in Borough market. If something on the fish counter catches your eye, even if it's not on the menu, we will happily cook it for you (this option is only available lunch times).
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5 Stoney StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9AA
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
Ho hum.... The smoked mackerel mouse is OK, but not spectacular it would be improved by a little chilli and the pickled red onion would probably be better replaced by a wedge of lemon. The monkfish was plentiful but cooked a little too aggressively in contrast to the accompanying chorizo which wasn't cooked enough,
Their creme brûlée is lacklustre, a little too thick with the thinnest crust...more
Don't expect anything even remotely similar to the American casual dining chain of a similar name. Expect fresh seafood in a slightly classier environment, with a price to match.
Got there on a Friday for dinner, early in the evening, and it was pretty packed. We managed to get the last two free seats at tables, though. The service was courteous and speedy.
The mixed grilled fish platter...more
Americans, this is not the Applebee's chain you know from home.
(Otherwise known as Chili's only cheaper and worse.)
This is a nicely decorated middle priced upscale fish restaurant near Borough Market.
(London fish restaurants can go VERY upscale with prices you can only afford if you are a soccer star or Russian oil tycoon.)
It typifies the positive stereotypes of British cooking.
I'm reviewing the hot wrap stand part of this business. They also have a sit down cafe indoors and a fresh seafood counter
Nice prawns but a general lack of flavour means that I've not gone back for a second wrap yetmore
Ermahgerd - it's an Applebee's that doesn't suck!
Go during the lunch hour and get the 5£ garlic prawn wrap from the outside grill for takeaway. The vegetables in the wrap are nicely spiced and pair perfectly with the shrimp.
Then head over to get some Malmouth coffee and finish with a duck sandwich from Le Marche du Quartier. nom.nom.nom!more