Boasting reclaimed oak panelled walls, copper topped tables & antiquated artwork The Rose sits in the shadow of The Shard & stones throw away from Bermondsey Street. Our seasonal British menu changes daily with the likes of beef dripping on toast, roast guinea fowl or homity pie, as well as a traditional roast on Sundays. All the beer we serve is craft, with certain beers brewed exclusively for us, our wine list is classically French with a hint English eccentricity & we serve a selection of classic mixed drinks that have been barrel aged for 3 months.
£25 and under
Venue Details & Map
123 SnowsfieldsSouthwarkLondonSE1 3ST
- +44 20 7378 6660
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
We've lived on Leathermarket Street for nearly three years and finally, thanks to the Miller and now the Rose, we are starting to see great local beers and tasty, affordable food make an appearance. This place was being renovated for quite a while when we moved here the summer of 2012 and my girlfriend and I would always think it would be great to have a good local to stop at on the way home....more
This place has recently been renovated and is a great addition to the area.
There is a wide selection of drinks behind the bar and the staff are friendly and know their stock. I've only had a couple of drinks here so far and am yet to try the food but it looks pretty tasty.more
This place has been extensively renovated since the last review (and photo).
If it was once good, it's now amazing. An absolute standout bar in an otherwise slightly bland neighbourhood (I live opposite!).
The beers are great, independently brewed and well priced. I haven't tried the food but it always looks excellent. It's a peaceful place and you can usually get a table fairly quickly,...more
I honestly thought this place was an old man's pub. Secluded and off the main road, there it stood on the corner. We were looking for a place to go to... this will do we said, this will do. Once inside the music was the perfect music for a chillin' saturday the Rolling Stones, Bloc Party and Bowie. There were random pictures all over the walls and a fireplace in the other room gave it a...more
A great little treasure in the Southwark locality, this small unassuming pub seems hidden away like some sort of secret hideout. I discovered it by accident once and often got lost trying to relocate it. I've since found a hard and fast route from my house, and frequent it due to its atmosphere, warmth, and the fact that it's open until 2am.
The jukebox is £1 for three songs (so take some...more