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Best Seasonal Restaurants in Bankside

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A photo of Swan London restaurant
Price: Expensive
• British • Bankside
Booked 54 times today
The Swan bar, restaurant & private dining rooms are located at Shakespeare's Globe on Bankside and have stunning River Thames and central London views. The bar offers relaxed all-day dining, sharing plates and British classics such as fish and chips, alongside craft beers, small-batch London gins and tonics, seasonal cocktails and English sparkling wines. Upstairs, the elegant restaurant with panoramic views offers seasonal British a la carte dining, fine wines, theatrical afternoon tea, weekend brunch and a quintessentially British Sunday roast. Swan has stunning private dining rooms that are perfect for cocktail receptions, dinner parties, private celebrations, corporate events, wedding receptions & Christmas parties. Swan is located on Bankside and is just a short walk from London Bridge, Borough Market, Tate Modern & Southbank making it the perfect location for those enjoying a day in London.
A photo of Brix restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Grill • London Bridge
Booked 8 times today
BRIX is set in an 8,500 sqft warehouse in the heart of London Bridge only minutes from The Tate Modern, Bankside & Borough Market. The space is split across our main Dining Hall, our Lounge Bar, private Dining Rooms and our late night Basement Bar.Our vision is to showcase great British seasonal and sustainable produce. Inspired by the Steak & Smoke houses of New York’s Meatpacker District and Brooklyn’s all day dining scene. We offer "Gourmet Street food", aged meats, locally sourced fish, craft beers, brunch & Bespoke Cocktails. We also offer Private Dining, Exhibitions, All Day Dining, Hot Desks, Album launches, Film Screenings, weekly DJ’s and live events surrounded by a revolving collection of Street Art, all available for purchase by our Patrons.
A photo of Capricci restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Italian • Bankside
Booked 2 times today
Capricci is an "restaurant & deli” bringing to London 30 years of experience in selecting exceptional Italian food and wines from small artisanal producers. Capricci's Italian regional menu is inspired by the highest quality ingredients and changes on a weekly basis according to the seasonal products available. So you will not find a fixed menu but all the ideas and achievements that the creative cuisine offers daily with a passion for surprise. Our wine list combines natural wines from Italian microproducers with great classics such as Barolo, Amarone and Prosecco. Capricci offers a unique experience of products and authentic Italian recipes which can be tasted comfortably seated at the table, or brought home for your own pleasure. Moreover Capricci features a rich program of special events and “piatti del giorno” that will make any visit to the restaurant unique. The dining room can seat 25, the service is very well finished, while remaining informal.
A photo of Salt Yard Borough restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Spanish • London Bridge
Booked 17 times today
Salt Yard Borough brings stunning Spanish and Italian Tapas dishes to the hustle and bustle of Borough. Find us on Winchester Walk a stone's throw from the food stalls in the area's world-famous food market. Escape the crowds and explore the best of the Mediterranean all under one roof, with beautifully crafted authentic small plates using the very best seasonal ingredients, a stunning regionally selected wine list, whilst our talented bartenders serve up some of the best cocktails in the area.For groups reservations and Private Hire enquiries, contact us directly at bookings@saltyard.co.uk
A photo of Bill's Restaurant & Bar - Clink Street restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Contemporary British • London Bridge
Booked 28 times today
Whether you’re refuelling Thames-side after a mosey around Borough Market or exploring the Golden Hind Ship, bring your best shipmate or your whole crew. Tucked away from the busy street, our Clink Street restaurant offers atmosphere in spades. Clink!
A photo of High Timber restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Steak • St Paul's
Booked 3 times today
Relaxed wine dining next to the Thames. High Timber has a red meat orientated menu, 2 wine cellars with 40 000 bottles, and a cheese and biltong room with seasonal cheeses.
A photo of Boot and Flogger restaurant
Price: Expensive
• British • London Bridge
Booked 1 time today
This hidden gem, a short walk from London Bridge, is London’s first real wine bar opened in 1965 by John Davy trading as a Free Vintner. Brimming with genuine character and jovial service, it has the feel of a private members club (for ladies and gentleman) and is home to some of the most original private rooms in the area. Best quality meats hand carved off the bone, award winning steak and delicious seasonal dishes cater for discerning customers. All polished off with a British cheese board and sticky puds. Our wine list boasts a large number of rare vintages alongside an extensive range from Davy’s wine merchant cellars.
A photo of Hawksmoor Borough restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Steakhouse • London Bridge
Booked 66 times today
A short walk from London Bridge, Hawksmoor Borough serves British steak & seafood. A private dining room for up to 16 & tickets for Cooks' Room Supper Club.
A photo of CORE by Clare Smyth restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• British • Notting Hill
Booked 14 times today
Chef Clare Smyth’s first restaurant, Core by Clare Smyth, opened its doors August 2017.Located in London’s Notting Hill at 92 Kensington Park Road, Core by Clare Smyth is a modern fine dining restaurant with a strong British ethos, in an elegant, relaxed interior.
A photo of St. JOHN Smithfield restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• British • Farringdon
Booked 50 times today
Fergus Henderson’s original home of “Nose to Tail Eating” opened in a former smokehouse around the corner from Smithfield Market in 1994.Celebrating the finest of indigenous British produce and making the most of what is seasonally best whilst applying straight forward cooking techniques, St. John is now celebrated as one of the 50 Best Restaurants in the World and in 2009 was awarded its first Michelin Star.Nose to tail eating means that, where appropriate, every part of the animal should be put to good use in the kitchen and so along with Roast Beef and Lemon Sole, diners will find Rolled Pig’s Spleen, Kidneys and Ox Heart, Liver and Chitterlings as well as the Roast Bone Marrow & Parsley Salad, something of a ‘signature’ dish.
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