Tag: Food & Drink

Bermondsey Street Festival 2023

Published on 31st August 2023

The annual ‘Village Fete in the City‘ returns this September, celebrating the creativity and community of Bermondsey Street.  The day long festival takes places across Bermondsey Street, Leathermarket Gardens, Bermondsey Square and Tanner Street Park.  There’ll be live music, theatre, a Maypole, dancing, singing, shopping and, of course, the all important dog show! Our friends from The Poetry Takeaway will be on hand to serve high quality, personalised Poetry to their diners; written, performed and wrapped up to Takeaway. Take a break, come for a chat and watch the magic happen. Supported by Team London Bridge as part of its programme for Bermondsey Street Festival. Bermondsey Street Festival will take place on September 16th from 11am-7pm.      

Borough Market recipes

Published on 08th January 2021

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Theres no doubt about it that lockdown has given a lot of us more time to get creative in the kitchen. Whether it be to break up the working from home day with the evening, or simply having more time on our hands, we’ve seen (yes a lot of banana bread) but also some incredibly creative and delicious recipes being whipped up in kitchens all over the world. From cauliflower gnocchi with sage butter and hazelnuts to a good old fashioned sausage roll, Borough Markets have recipes to get you salivating and most definitely inspired. See Borough Markets recipes here. 

Peter Pan Afternoon Tea at Aqua Shard

Published on 06th January 2021

You may not be able to enjoy afternoon tea at the Shard. But afternoon tea (with a twist) is coming to you! Aqua Shard have launched Peter Pan Tea in partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Be transported to an enchanted Neverland in the comfort of your own home with specially created nostalgic sweets and savouries. Enjoy at home and make lockdown that bit more magical! Order now at aquashard.slerp.com/order

Honest Burgers Christmas Cook-ALong

Published on 21st December 2020

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All our favourite food haunts have been pulling through for our culinary needs over this crazy time. And Honest Burger is no exception. The Honest Burger team have put together brilliant Honest at Home Christmas Burger DIY kits. You and your household can cook your very own Christmas Burgers from home. (Think fried camembert, along with Honest classics, vegan and veggie options). If you’re making remote party plans this season then a virtual Christmas burger cook-along might beat a quiz, and if you order 50 or more kits, co-founder Tom can lead the class for you. And if you’re needing some ideas for Christmas presents, there are digital gift vouchers available online. Now who doesn’t love a free burger? Find out more. 

Prosecco House

Published on 25th July 2018

Prosecco House is a specialised wine bar where guests can buy, sample and learn about DOCG Prosecco on the south bank of the River Thames at One Tower Bridge. The Prosecco House team have a long-standing experience in business, and a very strong entrepreneurial spirit. With a strong passion for wine and food, and love for Veneto region, they want to introduce classical aperitivo culture to London. In Prosecco House, our customers can appreciate an Italian atmosphere and taste authentic high quality DOCG Prosecco. Opening Times MON – WED: 12 TO 11PM THURS – SAT: 12 TO 12AM SUN: 12 TO 10PM ?020 3034 1718? INFO@PROSECCOHOUSE.COM

Kin + Deum

Published on 24th July 2018

New to Crucifix Lane, Kin + Deum brings a curation of fresh, wholesome Thai dishes in a stylish, modern setting to London Bridge. The family-run restaurant was opened by siblings Bank, Roselyn, and Shakris Inngern in July 2018, who have created a menu packed with local ingredients with traditional cooking techniques applied. Dishes like Bangkok’s Gra Pow (Stir-fried minced pork with bird’s eye chillies, garlic, peppers, red onions and basil leaves) and Honey Duck Coriander (Roasted duck slices in a marinade of honey and garlic) take inspiration from the local appetite of Bangkok. Kin + Deum offer a Special Express Lunch Menu, which is also available via Deliveroo.  https://www.kindeum.com

Rosa’s Thai Cafe

Rosa’s Thai Cafe has opened its fourteenth branch, situated in the One Tower Bridge development. It’s the perfect place grab a Pad Thai whilst enjoying the view of the historic Tower Bridge. With the Bridge Theatre just around the corner on the waterfront, and only a ten-minute walk to the Fashion & Textile Museum and the White Cube gallery, you’ll have plenty of time for a pick-me-up meal before heading out for some art! Check out the menu

Bar 31

Published on 07th June 2018

With a sense that life outside has been brought inside, Bar 31 is the perfect meeting place to unwind with a few drinks. Offering local craft beers on tap, such as Porter by local brewer Anspach & Hobday located a stone’s throw away, and a fantastic range of spirits and wines. Their tasty bites are sourced using fresh seasonal ingredients from lBorough Market. Sit back and relax with your favourite tipple and enjoy the local artwork and community vibe while listening to the street sounds from local musicians as they perform live in the new neighbourhood bar. https://bar31.com  

A Royally Good Toast: The Royal Wedding Wine Guide

Published on 14th May 2018

As London prepares to celebrate the wedding of the year this weekend, we seek advice from our local London Bridge wine experts at WSET School London on how to give the happy couple a royally good toast…  THE ROYAL WEDDING WINE GUIDE by Lauren Denyer, WSET Certified Educator 1. An English Fizz What British royal wedding would it be if it didn’t feature English Fizz! Made in the same way and with the same grapes as Champagne this fizz is the ultimate wine to celebrate an English Wedding. And with a nod to the Father of the groom why not look at some that are coming from Cornwall. These wines are delicate and refreshing yet complex with lovely fresh citrus and orchard fruit character but with an underlying depth of flavours of sweet pastry, biscuits and toast. 2. A Greek White An influential figure in Harry’s life has been his Grandfather, Prince Philip. Philip has connections with two fabulous wine producing countries; Greece and Germany. If we follow his paternal lineage Philip’s own grandfather was George of Greece. A wonderful Greek white wine really making its mark in the world is Assyrtiko, a grape variety native to the island of Santorini. The dark volcanic soil there suits this grape extremely well and results in refreshing wines with a mineral and saline quality. This is a great spring wine and perfect accompaniment to zesty salads and white meat dishes. 3. A Tuscan Red Meghan Markle’s favourite wine is Tignanello, an Italian Tuscan wine. These wines have a lovely blend of red and black fruit characters with hints of spice, cedar, vanilla and a touch of leafiness. With high levels of acidity and a robust tannic structure these wines will compliment any red meat chucked on the BBQ, weather permitting! Look for wines with the Bolgheri DOC or Tuscany IGT labels which are full-bodied wines made with many grape varieties, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and can also include the local grape variety Sangiovese. 4. A Californian Zinfandel California, where our future princess hails from is a huge producer of wine with styles ranging from cheap and cheerful to some of the most complex and expensive wines in the world. For those of us with a bit of a sweet tooth, you need look no further than Central Valley in California where much off-dry to medium sweet inexpensive wine is produced. Grab some medium white Zinfandel, a rose wine with bright pink colour and sweet flavours of strawberry, raspberry and red cherry. 5. A Spanish Sherry One could imagine that the guest of honour at this wedding (The Queen) would like to toast this wedding with a traditional glass of Sherry from Spain. The Brits have a strong history with Sherry including Sir Francis Drake stealing a lot of it in the 16th century ensuring its popularity in Britain. One of the very old Bodegas in Jerez, Lustau, produces an older Sherry named after the British Trading Company, The East India Company who transported silk, spices and tea in the 17th Century. With an average age of 15 years in American oak this or a sweet Oloroso or Premium Cream Sherry would be a fantastic something old to sip, with very complex notes of dried fruit, toffee, coffee, caramel, chocolate, walnuts and raisins. For something new use it as one of the ingredients in a cocktail or on ice with a slice of orange. Lauren Denyer is a Wine Educator certified by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET), the world’s largest provider of wines, spirits and sake education. If you’d like to learn more about wines and spirits, WSET School London on Bermondsey Street offers beginner to expert courses for enthusiasts and professionals. Visit wsetschool.com to learn more.   AtLondonBridge Local Stockist Recommendations… Bedales, Borough Market Borough Wines, Borough Market Giddy Grocer, Bermondsey St B Street Deli, Bermondsey St