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Davy’s Heeltap on Borough High Street has become something of a legend in Southwark during the past years. Owing to its contemporary design and sophisticated yet unpretentious elegance, this local watering hole is a classy spot to spend a special night out or to enjoy a business lunch. With its location just steps from the London Bridge Tube Station, it acts as a haven of calm amidst the hustle and bustle of central London.
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Nice place, food good. Only issue I had was watching rugby on tv and they changed the channel. Other than that, was quite a pleasurable experience.
Easy to get to, Great place and great food. Service was good and bar staff were friendly and helpful. Will be booking this place in the future.
Place is not crowded, terrace get sun in the afternoon, and food is ok - will definitely come back for other sport events (easy to book)
With its sleek interior, comfortable seating and extensive drink selection, Davy’s Heeltap on Borough High Street is an excellent locale for an evening with the colleagues, a get-together with old friends or even for a romantic date. Elegant lighting, comfortable seating and simple, chic décor sets the mood for intimate conversations and shared moments, allowing guests to live in the moment for a while. Featuring a courtyard with outdoor seating for those warm summer days, this Southwark bar invites you to come in and leave your troubles by the wayside. Although Davy’s Heeltap is well known for its extensive selection of ales, wine and spirits, this locals’ favourite also has a large food menu featuring classic British specialties and a selection of gourmet dishes. The crispy duck with fennel and orange salad is a real crowd-pleaser and the Heeltap club sandwich goes perfectly alongside a freshly-tapped pint of beer. Vegans have options too, like the Malaysian vegetable curry served with coconut rice. With its location in Southwark close to London Bridge, this premises could hardly be in a more ideal location.