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22 Southwark StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 1TU
- +44 (0)20 7403 0257
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
Okay, so perhaps The Southwark Tavern didn't have the first two ales I tried to order in stock. But once the charming lady behind the bar had made the apologies, I went on to order a Sunday Roast and settled in the corner with my friend (an actual human, not the pint of Cask Ale).
The food turned up 20 minutes later, and my Half Roast Chicken came complete with potatoes, roast vegetables,...more
He modificado mi comentario de 5 estrellas a 2. Con suerte un domingo puede ser genial, pero no se te ocurra ir otro día en el que haya un poco más de barullo...
De paseo dominguero bajo el sol, se nos hizo la hora de comer y se nos antojó comer un buen Roast Sunday. Buscando por la zona encontramos este lugar, tenía buena pinta, los precios además estaban bien, así que decidimos...more
Great location for this pub (just a bit south from London Bridge, on the corner at Stony St. right next to Borough Market. Had an interesting beer, here, Stonehenge Eye Catcher, but tended to gravitate back to the more traditional London ales. Good service during the afternoon (both at the bar and at the table) at midday when the place was a little less crowded. It gets hectic later on,...more
I was waiting to see if London Bridge was gonna fall down, but I got tired of waiting.
Must eat, me hungry!
A short stride away from the infamous bridge, this tavern served its purpose. The bartender is efficient but not the friendliest chap. No matter, the 2 course 10 euros prix fix menu is sure to take care of things. The salt and pepper squid with lime mayo was thinly battered and had a...more
My biggest regret in London? Getting to the Borough Market late on a Thursday, feeling the sting of being tardy to a foodie party, then making a feeble attempt at drowning my sorrows in a pint and eating in a pub. Eating in a pub? What was I thinking?
It was my first day in London, we all make mistakes. I loved the comfy booths and couches downstairs, but I didn't love the fish and chips...more