A member of the chic city bar brand established in 1994, All Bar One showcases eclectic European cuisine and an impressive stock of beers and wines. An extensive wine display showcases a wine stock just shy of 70 bottles, while the diverse menu offers delicious sharing platters and world tapas, succulent hand-pressed burgers and signature main courses. A relaxed, vibrant hideaway, All Bar One is perfect for after-work drinks, or a crowd-pleasing dinner.
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All Bar One
28 London Bridge StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9SG
- +44 (0)20 7403 9484
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
What a sorry excuse for a bunch spot. Not only did it take too long on a Saturday morn to even get a waitress' attention, but then when we got it she was quite inept.
The food was decent, but our drinks had to be followed up on and one of my friend's food came out after we had all finished ours despite our efforts. The management seemed confused when we complained and not at all amenable to...more
Came here 1 Sunday evening with a friend when we left London Bridge stattion looking for a spot to eat. Being right outside it was convenient.
Unlike most other All Bar Ones this place was nice. The staff seemed amiable, the atmosphere was pleasant and relaxing. Not usual seedy, hecticness you would expect from an All Bar One. Our wine was quite good too.
So, All Bar One London Bridge -...more
For dinner I stopped off at All Bar One. Mostly because as I was walking by, it looked fairly busy and I saw that I could get a two course meal for 10£. I decided to go with the calamari which was light and perfectly fired to a crisp and served with a sweet chili sauce I also had the asparagus and goat cheese risotto. It was a nice dish that succeeded in having perfectly cooked rice. It...more
Wowza. I came here last Sunday and what was up here? Our table was dirty and not cleared for 45 minutes; servers did not pop by and we ended up having to just order at the bar (which is normally fine, but other tables were getting service). Tons of staff milling about but no one helping. The food we ordered was good but had been sitting in the warming area for a looong time because there...more
A pub very close to London Bridge station. Bright interior, off white paint with dark wood at the bar area. Piped music, though i couldn't make out what it was, all I could hear was a sort of tick tick hissing, like from a personal stereo and a thump thump noise. Lots of wine on the shelves behind the bar, with popular wines in barrels.more