An independent gastropub situated in the creative community of Bermondsey Street near London Bridge, The Garrison’s eclectic décor, warm ambience and friendly staff reflects its unique personality and individuality. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week, the kitchen team is led by Gerald Mirey and his Sous Chef Jason Ashworth, who both share a passion for seasonal, well sourced and wonderful food. Boasting an innovative, but approachable menu that changes every eight weeks, it mixes classical techniques with a modern approach, using the best available staple ingredients and quality niche products. The Garrison food and drink befits the surroundings in which it is served: rustic, wholesome, unpretentious and with enjoyment in mind. Comfortable and welcoming, The Garrison prides itself on core values of honesty, integrity and warmth of service reminiscent of family-run eateries of old.
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Venue Details & Map
99 Bermondsey StreetLondonSE1 3XB
- +44 (0)20 7089 9355
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
I'm conflicted about outing this place because if it gets any more popular it will take away from its charm! We were looking for a local feel and got it here, plus a dynamite menu. The local pale ale was hauntingly good. The entrees, fish and chips and a beef cheek special were deliciously prepared with meticulously fresh vegetables and garnish. Thoroughly enjoyed our meal!more
Had a very great time here last weekend with a bunch of friends. We actually had an amazing walk in the neighbourhood and the Garrison was exactly what we needed when it comes to food, drinks & service. The atmosphere is very warm, kind of the coziness of a swiss chalet, with super good taste and attention to details. We booked at 2pm and the lady was kind enough to make sure our table was...more
Had the duck appetizer, fish & chips, 2.5 desserts ( crumble , peanut butter ice cream & some sticky toffee pudding) ... All was great...waitress Angela was fantasticmore
Very cosy and friendly atmosphere. I really liked the simpleness, rustic wooden tables and nothing to fancy on the tables. The menu followed the theme of keeping it simple, only 7-8 main options and all sounding great. I went with the pan fried trout. It was perfectly executed with beautiful crispy skin. On the drinks menu they didn't have tomato juice, but they made it happen which was...more
Cute little restaurant on Bermondsey St... This area is developping into a very trendy neighbourhood with lots of little places like this opening around... Whats happened ? I remember a time when Tesco wouldnt deliver in Bermondsey because they'd get mugged all the time!
Anyhow, this is a good change! Decor and vibe is cute, lovely little wooden tables, cute china for the tea...