The secret is out. Bermondsey Street is London's "newest" food destination. This unassuming part of SE1 has been slowly attracting the attention it deserves with its great line-up of independent cafes and restaurants like tapas cafe, José, (founded former co-founder and head chef of Brindisa, José Pizarro, ) and Casse-Croûte, an all-day French bistro. Yet Bermondsey Street has always been "there", having sat happily on its own following the area's redevelopment in the 1980s. Great pubs like The Woolpack, cafes like Fuckoffee, and surrounding design studios were for those who either lived or worked in the area. The vibe was local and always very good. However with the arrival of White Cube and the development of Maltby Street Market and Spa Terminus, people are discovering SE1 and it's a good thing. With so much to offer from its industrial and unique public architecture to its markets and people, it's definitely our B destination.
A-Z reference: 27 D3-4
José, 104 Bermondsey St, SE1 3UB
Casse-Croûte, 109 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3XB
The Woolpack, 98 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UB
Fuckoffee, 163 - 167 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UW
Other favourites from the B pages of A-Z include: Barnes & Web for their post-code honey; Barbican; Broadway Market, Blackwood Cheese Company; Brixton Market; Battersea Bridge. Gosh, the list is endless.
What "B" do you have marked in your A-Z?
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