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.
Venue Details & Map
99 Bermondsey StreetLondonSE1 3XB
- +44 (0)20 7089 9355
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Garrison
We came here on a visit to London with some locals who recommended the traditional Sunday roast. It was a great atmosphere, and the food was very much as described - traditional. This is a comfort-based type of place and you leave full and satisfied. All 6 of us had one of the featured roasts, so we did not have a lot of variety, but what we did partake in was great. Wine was also enjoyed... more
Had the fish and chips. Portion size was generous and really loved their tartar sauce. Not a bad spot to grab a bite. more
Haven't eaten all day and craved for something filling so we ended up going for Sunday roast.
We both opted for the pork loin with cracklin, bramley apple sauce, roots vegetables and roast potatoes.
The meat was tender and the crackling was crispy as I like. The roots vegetables were quite nice. The potatoes were a bit dry and the gravy a bit salty but not to a point to taint the dish more
Something must be good here. It's certainly not the service. And I never got to try their food. After walking 20 minutes out of my way, I arrived to a packed house. A waitress told some of us to go downstairs where there was additional seating. After waiting 15 minutes with no service, I went upstairs only to be informed that they do no do table service downstairs. I gathered my things and... more
We came here for Sunday Roast. Being North American, I knew this was a British tradition I just had to participate in!
The environment was absolutely wonderful. Extremely cosy and warm. Brings back memories of Sunday dinners at grandmas house.
The food was pretty average. Nothing was horrible, but also wasn't very good. All in all pretty bland. I will say the bread was amazing though.... more