Harden's survey result
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).
An “ever-changing” menu (“mainly small plates”) and interesting wines inspire devotees of Brett Redman’s “buzzy” bare-brick café, in Borough Market; “standards seem to have dropped this year” though – staff can be “uninterested” and a few meals were “a great disappointment” – the pressure of opening The Richmond E8?
Elliot's Café Restaurant Diner Reviews
"A very sensible open fronted restaurant on Borough Market. The tapas style light bites are superb and perfectly judged. The natural wines are very pleasant and sensibly priced. The service deserves its 5. "
|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