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
Venue Details & Map
12 Stoney StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9AD
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
A pleasant and unexpected surprise... I was wandering in the area with an acquaintance and I was in a hurry to get done with dinner as I was supposed to get to another commitment shortly afterwards. This place, with an unprepossessing entrance and a blandish name, sure packs a feisty punch in its menu. A thoroughly British fare but with an original twist - everything is served tapas style so...more
(10 top, 0 flop)
allgemein: super nettes restaurant am rand von borough market
empfang: sehr freundlich
auswahl: sehr gute weinauswahl, frische spezielle speisen
frische: sehr gut
wein: der wein schmeckt sehr gut, ist relativ teuer
einrichtung: nette einrichtung, kleine tische draussen
preise p/p: 30 euro für 2 gänge und tischwein
anmerkung: das elliot's ist gut...more
Back again and this time the service as much improved, perhaps because I sat myself down at the bar. You really can't beat their cheeseburger and their selection of sparkling wines are the perfect accompaniment for a summer lunch. I've also been here for dinner and it was wonderfully reminiscent of a continental dinner. We stuck to small plates and everything was fresh and exquisitely...more
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