Harden's survey result
“The kind of place you could eat at any day of the week” – this open-fronted wine bar and café stalwart looking onto Borough Market wins consistent praise for its “punchy plates”, many of them from a wood-fired oven; and “well-priced wine” (with “a good selection by the glass”)… so “invent any reason, just go”.
Brett Redman’s “relaxed and bohemian” open-fronted venue offers “great people watching amongst the hubbub of Borough market” and is a “great place for a cheapish top-quality lunch of excellent tapas-style food” and a “wonderful list” of natural wines.
Limited but all-round positive feedback on Brett Redman’s bare-brick café, whose tapas-style dishes and all-natural list of wines are a staple of Borough Market.
“Interesting tapas-style dishes” and an all-natural list of wines fit well with the vibey Borough Market location of Brett Redman’s bare-brick cafe (sibling to The Richmond).
Elliot's Café Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Bit hit and miss on the food - but on balance mainly hits, the highlights being a monkfish dish and ox tongue, egg yolk and girolles. Nice place to eat with nice people serving - around 14/20."
|Wine per bottle||£26.00|
12 Stoney St, London, SE1 9AD
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lunch noon - 3 pm, dinner 6 pm - 10 pm
Last orders: 10 pm