Restaurants in Borough Market
The first Borough Market was established on the south bank of the Thames when the Romans built the first London Bridge and it has been operating on its present site for more than 250 years. Its position - close to the Pool of London and the railway - made it a Mecca for food traders, and these days its reigns supreme as London's top foodie market. Not surprisingly, restaurants in the locality take full advantage of the extraordinary array of produce from around the globe that is right on their doorstep.
Borough Market Restaurant Guide
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18-20 Southwark Street, Borough Market, South East London|
The name Brindisa is derived from 'brindis' – a Spanish word meaning 'to raise your glass' or 'make a toast'.
|Type of Cuisine : Tapas
If you're looking for the a restaurant in Borough Market then The Mobile Food Guide is the place to look. As the premier Borough Market restaurant guide, The Mobile Food Guide contains independent restaurant reviews making it even easier for you to pick a good restaurant. A particular favourite here are the fish restaurants in Borough Market.