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Bermondsey Street Restaurants

J Lyons Corner House on Strand and Craven Street c 1925


Pie and Mash shops unique to the UK, Lovely meat pies with mashed potatoes and green (parsley) Liquor. I have had it delivered from this shop Manze, they deliver all over the UK and it's the original thing. Pie and Mash shops also serve Jellied Eels which is one thing I cannot stand!


Multiple foot bridges connect the buildings at Butlers Wharf in London. Butler's Wharf is an English historic building on the south bank of the River Thames, just east of London's Tower Bridge, now housing luxury flats and restaurants. Lying between the picturesque street Shad Thames and the Thames Path, it overlooks both the bridge and St Katharine Docks on the other side of the river. See more of London here or connect on Facebook Jon & Tina Reid


Bermondsey bombs. The best canapé using mashed potato. Pork mince wrapped in mash makes an easy nibble that's coated in breadcrumbs and served with spicy tomato sauce and aïoli. It's the creation of genius Spanish chef Jose Pizarro who has a tapas bar and restaurant on Bermondsey Street, London.


José Pizarro Slow-Roast Shoulder of Lamb. Saw this on Saturday Kitchen & am going to try it before Christmas, if it goes to plan will have it on Christmas Day!!

from Traveller

Where to eat in Bermondsey

The best Bermondsey restaurants and food markets including Maltby Street Market, Jose, Hej, Village East, Casse-Croute, Champor Champor and Druid Street Market

Casse-Croute | Bermondsey Street Restaurant | London - The Nudge

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Hide Bar

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Pizarro | Bermondsey Street Restaurant | London

Bermondsey Street: Casse-Croute