International Restaurants in Southwark
1. Arthur Hooper's International restaurant in London Bridge 8 Stoney St - SE1
2021 Review: “Brilliant value… market bustle… great modern menu – we love it”, declare fans of this “upmarket” wine bar with (mainly Italian) small plates – “another good option for a great tapas meal in Borough Market”. It took the name of the greengrocer who previously occupied the site.
2. Turnips with Tomas Lidakevicius International restaurant in Southwark 43 Borough Market, Off Bedale Street - SE1
Out of challenging times can come genius solutions – this “unique” venture “tucked inside a greengrocer's shop/stall in Borough Market” was an off-the-cuff collaboration in July 2020 between the well-known ‘Turnips’ fruit ’n’ veg business and Tomas Lidakevicius from Jason Atherton’s City Social. In May 2021 it announced that it was going permanent. It provides two dining options, both within the stand, which inspire not only rave press reviews but also excellent early feedback from reporters. “Tables are well laid-out, the ambience is soothing, and all courses on the excellent and innovative tasting menu are exceptional, both in taste and presentation, with the chef explaining each course. Very good wine selection too”. There’s a fine dining menu (at £65m served Wed-Sat 5pm-9pm) and a more casual ‘small plates’ operation and cocktail bar (Wed-Sat noon-10pm).
3. Rabot 1745 Afro-Caribbean restaurant in Southwark 2-4 Bedale St - SE1
“Out-of-this-world hot chocolate” is the star turn at this choc-themed bar-restaurant in Borough Market, “decorated in the style of a West Indian chocolate plantation, which gives it a great vibe”. “Coffee is good”, the “breakfasts are also decent”, and there’s a “great terrace overlooking Borough Market”. “It turns from coffee shop by day to bar by night, serving cocktails inspired by chocolate”.
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