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Elliot's Cafe Borough Market
12 Stoney StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9AD
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
Went to Elliots with high expectations as I had heard a lot of good things about their burger. I got their cheeseburger with my friend who I had met for lunch. The burger was nice but on an overcooked seeded bun that was quite hard. The chips were a sorry affair. Mainly... because they are just maris piper little potatoes. It wasn't too bad actually but I got 7, yes SEVEN tiny potato's. I was...more
Everything you'd expect in an established restaurant in the center of borough market.
Fresh, fantastic quality and locally sourced produce... and balanced, flavoursome plates...
...but I think you need to check the menu before you go! It's just absolutely dreadful for vegetarians!
I'm torn on this review as I went with a friend and had a 4 course meal with wine and had a blast of a...more
Love Elliots. I have now been twice, once for lunch (try the cheeseburger & organic cider) & now I have also been for dinner. 3 of us went for dinner on a Friday night and it was fab. Amazing dishes from the Sicilian tomatoes, crab meat & monks beard to the lamb & pork belly. Absolutely delicious.
I love the wine list and the deserts are definitely recommended!
Great atmosphere and we weren't...more
A hidden gem right at Borough Market. Elliot's serves up one of the absolute best burgers I've ever eaten - i am quite an expert on that. A in-house baked brioche bun with a perfectly cooked patty and a creamy comté cheese. The fried potatoes are a masterpiece too. I love well-designed restaurants and this one does great on that issue too. It really is very beautiful. Simple but well...more
I've eaten here twice, the last today and the first just over two years ago and my, how has it gone downhill. Where before the menu had large hearty meals made with produce from the market it has now fallen into what appears to be little more than a high quality tourist trap.
The great 'home cooked' feel and the quality of the produce is still there but but the portion sizes and fallen so...more