Taking up a permanent residency in Borough Market following its stint as a street food stall, James Walters’ Arabica Bar and Kitchen serves dishes inspired by the Eastern Mediterranean. Try the likes of vegetable mezze and kofta accompanied by Levantine-inspired cocktails.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
Arabica Bar and Kitchen
3 Rochester Walk
Borough MarketLondonSE1 9AF
- +44 (0)20 3011 5151
Top 5 reviews of Arabica Bar and Kitchen
3.5 stars from me
Located under a lovely Victorian railway arch this is a cute Mediterranean restaurant. First impressions - nice spot for a date. Delicious cocktails, interesting menu with a range of vegetarian options. We tried the zatar flatbread - could have used a little more flavor but it had a thin and crispy crust - yum ! Falafel was hot and crisp, but the batata hara was the best... more
Visited for dinner last week with a friend after wanted to try Arabica for ages! There were some high points and low points overall...
The good: hummus and flatbread was absolutely delicious! Creamy and smooth, with a lush drizzle of olive oil to serve. We opted for the version served with lamb which while tender and flavourful, the portion felt a bit skimpy for the price. The grilled... more
I really like this place, because of the fun variety. There are so many options that are vegetarian and it actually could get a little overwhelming. We had an incredible waitress who helped us navigate the menu. We were three hungry girls, so we ordered a lot of different things and just shared.
Not gonna lie, it got pretty expensive and the portions are not big, but everything I ate was... more
Decor & Style: 5/5
They have an amazing Porter here so I had fun relaxing at this open-spaced coffee/bar restaurant. I did not try the foods but the tea variety and beer is excellent (yes I had both in one sitting, and many of each, lol).
We sat outdoors so it made the ambience even better. Very modern, clean place. I would come back if i'm in the... more
Everything you order here is excellent! One of my favourite restaurants in London, I believe the quality is better than that of Harrods mezzah lounge. It's quite difficult to get a dinner table on weekends, which is a downside because you usually have to book a week in advance. The service and wines are excellent as well. Recommended: hummus with lamb, halloumi, fattoush, and boregi. more