Elliot’s is located in London's Borough Market. We aim to work closely with the market traders in offering a menu which directly reflects the range of produce you will find available on any particular day. Our dishes are generally based around one or two central ingredients and we encourage guests to share dishes as they arrive at the table. We offer a mixture of familiar and unusual wines from small vineyards with a particular interest in the organic, bio-dynamic and natural approach. In addition to this we offer cider from the New Forest and beers from a range of London based small scale brewers.
£25 and under
My review is also for the Burger Bar pop-up only.
We went on a Wednesday night after a delightful evening of wine tasting. As someone mentioned earlier, the menu is simple - £10 for a burger and fried potatoes (to be clear, not chips or fries).
So far, I would say the burger here is the best we've had in London. And we are picky!
The dill butter is genius! We spent most of our meal...more
A friend had been raving about Elliott's for I don't know how long so she finally managed to arrange a time for us to go. We had guests visiting from foodie San Francisco as well so it was the perfect opportunity - a bit of touristy, buzzy Borough Market and a fab meal. Elliott's was amazing. This was one of the best meals I've had in London.
We got a bunch of dishes to share. My...more
Elliot, I really really really wanted to love your offering at the Burger Bar pop up - have read fantastic reviews on your juicy burger, soft linseed bun... but I left feeling a bit disappointed!
For a tenner, you get a nice thick 55-day aged beef patty with comte cheese, on a linseed bun, triple cooked potatoes, and a beer. The patty was cooked medium - whereas I prefer my patty to be...more
This review is just for the Burger Bar pop-up across from Elliot's Café - although you can get the burger at the Café during weekday lunches.
Instead of the more formal setting of the restaurant, the Burger Bar has gone the other way with an open grill, unfinished wooden tables, metal stools, and drinks in buckets of ice. It's a bit of an upscale picnic and I appreciate the open air...more
I am reviewing Elliott's solely on its beverages rather than its food, as I haven't yet eaten there.
This is, hands down, the best coffee I've had. Ever. Granted, I am still a late-coming neophyte to coffee, but I've got a well-developed palate.
Their Flat White has been repeatedly described by friends I have brought here as "orgasmic". These are not terms that they throw around casually,...more