The Fire Station prides itself in being a Waterloo landmark for over 100 years. Much of the original charm of the building is intact and there’s an open kitchen and bar to catch the bartenders getting creative with the drinks. The menu features big, flavoursome burgers alongside desserts and made-to-order pizzas.
Venue Details & Map
150 Waterloo RoadSouthwark,WaterlooLondonSE1 8SB
- +44 20 7620 2226
Absolute rubbish. Came here on vacation on a Sunday afternoon. The "hostess" was oddly crouching under her podium doing something and we had to call out to get her attention.
It took forever for them to figure out what table to give us even though the place was half empty. It took another eternity for our server to come to our table. We had to ask for a drink menu.
They didn't "do" what...more
I love that this is an old fire station! The outside of the building is stunning, the decor inside is minimalist although quirky with lights on the end of fire hoses etc, the staff are friendly and the food and drinks menu are good... AND did I mention it used to be a fire station?
I met a friend after work for a drink and some food and I can 100% say I'd be back. The food menu is simple with...more
This is a great pub right next to Waterloo Station. My friends and I came in for dinner on a Saturday night and even though the bar was crowded, it was quick and easy to get a table. Seems more like a drinking place than eating place but the food was overall pretty good.
Chili and caramelized wings were a surprisingly great side. They were sweeter than I was expecting but they were great....more
So we headed here tonight to check out the Christmas menu. I already loved the idea of the venue - an old renovated fire station - and I was very excited about going along to check it out.
It's located perfectly by Waterloo Station and opposite The Old Vic. On arrival, the place was heaving and it continued to be so throughout the evening - a good sign.
The venue itself is just brilliant and...more
I was so hungry after walking through inner city London.
I wanted something hearty and heavy.
They had what I was looking for: burger fries and a dark stout.
I gave it a 3 because the food was ok and a bit pricey compared so other similar burger joints. I spent about £9 ( $13 burger).
And £ 2 ($3) for regular cut fries.
But I think they get a lot of business because it is right next...more