If good food is the destination, then you’ve come to the right station.
Wright Brothers – Back in 2005, these seafood and shellfish wholesalers thought it’d be a good idea to use their expertise to get Britain’s best sole, whelks, sardines, and the like straight to people’s plates – no digressions. At this branch, next door to Elliot’s, expect anything from shrimp on toast to beef, Guinness, and oyster pie.
Roast – A restaurant not afraid to flaunt its Britishness could – especially at current times – rub a few people the wrong way. But Roast have everything to back up their love for local – each menu item is annotated with its origin, from the poultry (Reg Johnson in Lancashire), right down to the jams (England Preserves, based down the road in Bermondsey).
Patty & Bun – The latest addition to the burger empire sports a new-ish breakfast menu alongside its regular one, involving patties in various forms (sausage, bacon, herb omelette) with breakfast sauce. An attractive morning prospect given they’re under four quid. Buns come from Bread Ahead, conveniently situated over the road.Continue Reading