The Ivy Tower Bridge is an all-day British brasserie with an all-encompassing menu serving modern British and international Ivy-inspired classics from dawn until dusk, seven days a week. Making the most of its riverside location and views of the iconic Tower Bridge and Tower of London, the restaurant also features an outdoor terrace, a bar and a private dining room on the first floor, offering tranquil relaxed yet sophisticated dining with beautiful views across the river. With interiors designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, the two-floors restaurant will offer guests the choice of dining within the restaurant, enjoying the view from floor to ceiling glass windows, or outside on the Parisian-style al fresco terrace seating 50 and overlooking the River Thames.
Gaucho believes that every guest should experience a little bit of Argentine life. Its food, its wine, its culture and, most importantly, the passion of the people. Spectacular views are the order of the day at Gaucho Tower Bridge, where old meets new on the South Bank skyline. Enviably situated on edge of the Thames, this restaurant is dominated by head-turning vistas of the iconic Tower Bridge and contemporary City Hall. By day, you can enjoy an understated business lunch at a booth bathed in natural light. And once the sun goes down, More London’s glowing fountains – and the city horizon – provide a sparkling backdrop to your evening dining experience. Alongside two floors of restaurant space, Gaucho Tower Bridge features an intimate lounge bar for pre- or post-dinner cocktails, and a private dining room for meetings and exclusive celebrations. Gaucho Tower Bridge are offering London Bridge DealCard holders a complimentary glass of Argentine Sparkling with any booking, quote “London Bridge Offer” Maximum party size of 8
BOB’s Lobster began as a street food and wine truck in 2013, trading in the evenings at Borough Market. Their mission was to challenge convention; stripping away the white linen table cloths to serve up seafood extravagance curb-side on paper plates. Now BOB’s will be parking up permanently for the first time in London Bridge, where they’ll be opening as BOB’s Lobster Wine Bar & Kitchen on St Thomas St in May 2018. The restaurant will be a fast-fine eatery and wine bar, serving exquisite seafood with a playful street-food twist. The menu will evolve from day to night, featuring an array of small plates and the best of land and sea to encourage guests to experience as many flavours & textures as possible. Small plates will include Smoked River Exe Mussels & Braised Ox Cheek Dripping Toast, Dorset Crab Tortellini, Fried Chicken with Caviar Aioli, and playful bar snacks such as ‘Fries with Eyes’, Smoked Cod Roe dip served with crispy salmon skin and corn tortilla chips. These plates will be served alongside street food signature dishes that you know and love, such as Ahi Tuna Tacos, Lobster Mac ‘n’ Cheese, and bite-size versions of their famous Lobster Roll. Find out more about BOB’s Lobster Opening times: Monday – Saturday 11AM – Midnight/ Sunday – 11AM – 7PM Twitter: @BOBs_Lobster/ Instagram: @BOBs_Lobster
Pizza-lovers favourite Franco Manca has come a long way since its doors opened in Brixton Market in 2008; they now have over 40 branches across the UK. The local London Bridge branch is based on Bermondsey Steet, serving delicious sourdough pizza with high-quality toppings at unbeatable prices. Franco Manca are now taking bookings ONLY between 3 – 6pm from Monday to Thursday, subject to availability.
A relocation from Shoreditch brings Mexico City inspired Santo Remedio to the former site of Magdalen restaurant on Tooley Street. Edson and Natalie Diaz-Fuentes have created a ‘cantina’ /‘comedor’ set up across two floors, serving regional specialities like their signature guacamole with grasshoppers, paired with artisanal tequila and mezcal cocktails. Inspired by the taquerias, markets, homes and celebrations of Mexico, they import speciality ingredients like Pasilla and Serranos to give their dishes an authentic flavour. They also work with local producers like Gringa Dairy in Peckham who produce their artisanal Mexican cheeses. Book your table.
Hong Kong based restaurant Duddell’s opened its doors in London Bridge in November 2017. In keeping with the traditions of its Michelin-starred Hong Kong counterpart, Duddell’s showcases authentic Cantonese dishes and hand-crafted dim sum, using only the freshest, premium ingredients sourced in the UK and further afield. Housed in the historic St Thomas’ Church, Michaelis Boyd (Soho Farmhouse, Soho House Berlin) has designed the interior with the aim to maximise the daylight and heritage elements of the Grade II-listed building – honouring original features such as the ground floor alter, whilst exploring contemporary twists. Duddell’s will also features an impressive standalone bar with a dynamic wine list of old and new world wines as well as classic and innovative Asian-inspired cocktails. Duddell’s Hong Kong was conceived to create a cultural and social destination for people with an appreciation for the arts, providing an inspiring backdrop where people could meet, eat, drink and socialize. The London restaurant follows suit, reflecting its creative roots in a menu packed with ingredient-led dishes that highlight texture and technique. Reservations can be made online at www.duddells.co or by emailing email@example.com or calling on 0203 957 9932.
Leandro Carreira’s highly anticipated restaurant and wine bar opened its doors in London Bridge in November 2017. Observing Portuguese flavours, traditions and ingredients through the eyes of a chef who now calls London his home. Located on Snowsfields on the south side of London Bridge station, Londrino offers an elegant restaurant experience with neighbourhood vibes. Diners can go all out a la carte or pop in for a glass of wine at the relaxed all-day bar for light meals and grazing. Patrons can expect dishes such as Clams Bulhão Pato with coriander, Octopus with red pepper miso, Fermented potato with egg yolk & mustard, Beef Maronesa and Mackerel with Savoy cabbage & smoked seaweed butter. Book your table here. Head Chef Bio Born and raised in Portugal, Chef Leandro Carreira began his culinary journey working in restaurants in his home town of Lisbon before setting out to hone his skills across Europe and the Middle East. With a three year stint at one of the world’s 50 Best Restaurants under his belt, his debut solo venture is an exciting prospect.
Located a stone’s throw from her big sister the ‘bustling’ Bermondsey Yard Cafe’, Melior St. is a small cosy venue with just 45 covers enabling executive chef Matt Reuther to flex his culinary muscles. With a lunchtime take away/pre-order menu alongside daily changing specials. Melior St. use the best suppliers to create a fusion of tastes and interesting dishes. With just two draft beers provided by ‘Lost Rivers Brewery’ named after the historical rivers that run under lost London, a further selection of craft ales and a great selection of new world wines including bio-dynamic examples. Melior St. are offering London Bridge DealCard holders 10% discount on food and drink. Valentine’s Special: Quote ‘DealCard’ when you book a table for Valentine’s Day and receive 20% off the final bill!
Located a stone’s throw from her big sister the ‘bustling’ Bermondsey Yard Cafe’, Melior St. is a small cosy venue with just 45 covers enabling executive chef Matt Reuther to flex his culinary muscles. With a lunchtime take away/pre-order menu alongside daily changing specials. Melior St. use the best suppliers to create a fusion of tastes and interesting dishes. With just two draft beers provided by ‘Lost Rivers Brewery’ named after the historical rivers that run under lost London, a further selection of craft ales and a great selection of new world wines including bio-dynamic examples. Melior St. are offering London Bridge DealCard holders 10% discount on food and drink.
The Coal Shed London presents a series of events inviting Chefs that inspire them to cook MEAT, FISH, FIRE in the open kitchen at One Tower Bridge. Collaborating with Executive Head Chef Dave Mothersill, the menus are going to be an exciting and creative combination of their talents. ‘Brighton Rocks’ in London | Friday 26th January 7pm ‘Brighton Rocks’ Dinner with Michael Bremner at The Coal Shed One Tower Bridge’ In a nod to our Brighton roots, we’re kicking off our first London event in January with Great British Menu winner and fellow Brighton Restauranteur Michael Bremner. Michael, who owns 64 Degrees and Murmur, will join our team to cook an amazing five course menu celebrating ‘MEAT, FISH, FIRE’. THE MENU Arrival Cocktail The Coal Shed snacks for the table Monkfish, kelp butter, Jerusalem artichoke, mussel sauce Jerk Roasted Butternut Squash, puffed wild rice, coriander, toasted coconut, yogurt 71 Day Dry Aged Rump of Longhorn Beef (to share) braised short rib, roasted hispi, bone marrow mash, hollandaise, truffle Rum and Vanilla Coal Roasted Pineapple, white chocolate and passion fruit parfait Start with an arrival drink at 7pm for a 7.30pm sit down. The menu is priced at £55 per person including arrival drink. An optional wine pairing is available at £30 per person. Bookings online here 020 3384 7272 firstname.lastname@example.org