We head over to Bermondsey to see how Tom Cenci's menu has transformed what used to be Village East into Loyal Tavern.
Ex Duck & Waffle chef Tom Cenci comes to Bermondsey to launch Loyal Tavern, taking over from Village East (but run by the same group). There will be seasonal menus - and cheese toasties for late-night snacks.
Serving up ramen, Japanese small plates and more, this Bermondsey spot aims to be part NYC speakeasy, part Japanese dive bar.
He used to be the head chef at Restaurant Story and now Angelo Sato's gone in a very different direction with his own place Omoide. Expect the very best Japanese rice bowls.
One of London's best Mexican restaurants has been revived at a new Bermondsey location. We head down to see what's new at Santo Remedio.
The team behind Antico in Bermondsey have reopened as Flour & Grape, honing the menu to simple starters and top quality pastas
There'll be just eight pastas on the menu at Flour & Grape, who aim to create a beautifully pared back selection of Italian antipasti, pasta and gelato. They promise very reasonable prices, pasta to go and a very healthy (and affordable) wine list. Colour us interested...
Halloween and the Day of the Dead are almost upon us, so expect London's restaurants and bars to go all out to entice you through their doors over the coming period. But one place has already set the bar pretty high for this year's spooky shenanigans. LOSTACOS is popping up at Bermondsey's Doodle Bar and they're going to be serving up glow in the dark tacos.
Guests at the popup, which you'll find just around the corner from Maltby Street Market, can kick off their
After a successful Kickstarter, the much-loved Santo Remedio has returned with their new Cantina & Comedor, a two-storey bar and restaurant on Tooley Street, with a charcoal grill, a bigger kitchen and reservations available for lunch and dinner.
Bento boxes are always a reliable go-to when we’re in a Japanese restaurant, with their comforting array of rectangular portions that guarantee you a little bit of everything. About time they took a turn in a spotlight, which is why we’re delighted to hear about a new Bento box pop-up called Mission Sato, which opened earlier this month. And not only that, but the man behind it is Angelo Sato, who previously worked
They're known pretty well for their jerky (which you can buy online) and also a pop-up shop in Islington, but now Texas Joes have found a permanent home in Bermondsey.
You can expect Texan-style BBQ, all smoked over oak supplied by the venerable London Log Company in their huge rotisserie. As for that BBQ? They'll have USDA beef brisket, beef prime rib and pork shoulder, as well as mutton shoulder and ribs.They're on a mission to make mutton - a traditional