It was our choice in Bermondsey St for a Saturday lunch venue on a sunny day. The garden has a good number of tables to cater for a decent crowd of what looked to be mostly locals, a good sign. It was quiet and tranquil out the back with London Bridge station and he hurly-burly of a busy London street only a stone's throw from the front. Inside seemed slightly dark, with character wooden tables and floor, but that might be because it was very bright outside.
The menu was good pub fayre with 3 specials which we tried washed down with a foreign lager. The food was good, service polite and quite quick, lager was original. All in all a good experience. Standard lunch charge is about £12 +/- which seems decent value; beer was London prices.
More of a pub / local than a restaurant. Would definitely go back.
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