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Restaurants in Bermondsey

 Discover the new 'Larder of London' in Bermondsey's great restaurants

Sitting south of the Thames, just across Tower Bridge, restaurants in London's Bermondsey district definitely occupy an enviable spot. The area is a pleasant walk from the city centre and its attractions but it's separate enough to have its own distinctive atmosphere. Despite the central location, there's a lovely village feel, with local bars and cafes adding a welcome buzz to these busy streets. Lots of food and drink companies, such as Peak Frean’s Biscuits, Courage Breweries, Sarson’s Vinegar, and Hartleys Jam, once had factories in the area. This led to the old borough being called the 'Larder of London'. Now restaurants in Bermondsey are living up to that historic name, offering excellent British and international dishes.

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Cafe Amisha

Cafe Amisha

Bermondsey
Italian££££
5.4/693
Cafe Amisha
GB Ice Cream Parlour

GB Ice Cream Parlour

Bermondsey
Caf飣££
GB Ice Cream Parlour
Grange Pub

Grange Pub

Bermondsey
European££££
5.3/648
Grange Pub
Ticino Kitchen

Ticino Kitchen

Bermondsey
Italian££££
4.5/648
Ticino Kitchen
Tentazioni Restaurant

Tentazioni Restaurant

Bermondsey
Italian££££
5.6/65
Tentazioni Restaurant
Hing Lee

Hing Lee

Bermondsey
Chinese££££
6.0/66
Hing Lee
Tower Tandoori

Tower Tandoori

Bermondsey
Indian££££
5.7/66
Tower Tandoori
Fine Foods - Locanda del Melo

Fine Foods - Locanda del Melo

Bermondsey
Italian££££
4.8/65
Fine Foods - Locanda del Melo
Winnicott Bermondsey

Winnicott Bermondsey

Bermondsey
International££££
4.6/65
Winnicott Bermondsey
Roka Cafe Restaurant

Roka Cafe Restaurant

Bermondsey
Turkish££££
Roka Cafe Restaurant
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    Be inspired by dishes from around the world

    You'll find find plenty of restaurants in London's Bermondsey area offering modern takes on old British classics, such as crisp and succulent fish and chips, and scotch eggs made with bacon and black pudding instead of the usual sausage meat. While it's a great place to try if you enjoy gastropubs, it also has a lot more to offer – as an old dock area, restaurants in London's Bermondsey district are inspired by visitors from distant shores, so you'll find lots of Asian, American and African food on offer too!