Restaurants in South East London
The South Eastern part of London draws every kind of crowd. The Thames is ever-present and with it come landmarks such as Tower Bridge. The South Bank, meanwhile, is the go-to destination in London for culture and the arts.
The cultured crowds of the South Bank have fuelled the rise of wine bars and brasseries, while Conran's gastrodome complex is the dominant power around Tower Bridge. Out in the suburbs, smaller neighbourhood restaurants manage to get a foothold and carve out their place in the South East's food scene.
The South East London Restaurant Guide
|Fish! Restaurant - Borough Market
|Sandwiched between a railway bridge and Southwark Cathedral, Fish! occupies a grand glass and steel pavilion right at the heart of that foodie Mecca, Borough Market
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South East London is crowded with places to eat, and there's a great variety of food on offer. For British pub food, La Lanterna.