Casse-Croûte

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London Bridge

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  • Casse-Croûte

    Jessica Long

    Casse-Croûte
  • Casse-Croûte

    Jessica Long

    Casse-Croûte
  • Casse-Croûte

    Jessica Long

    Casse-Croûte
  • Casse-Croûte

    Jessica Long

    Casse-Croûte
  • Casse-Croûte

    Jessica Long

    Casse-Croûte
  • Casse-Croûte

    Jessica Long

    Casse-Croûte
  • Casse-Croûte

    Jessica Long

    Casse-Croûte

Casse-Croûte

Jessica Long

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  • Address:

    Casse-Croûte 109 Bermondsey St
    London
    SE1 3XB

  • Venue phone:

    020 7407 2140

  • Venue website:

    www.cassecroute.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Meals served 9am-10pm Mon-Sat; 9am-4pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: London Bridge

  • Price:

    Main courses £11.50-£14.50

  • Map

    1. Casse-Croûte

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Masumi S

Finally booked a table hear, and with less than 20 covers you need to book, good service, I like that I can order 500ml of wine so I can have red, and my partner in crime - white, the menu is small, which I like, the food is rich, as its French, with a good atmosphere, the best on Bermondsey St, still Pizarro, but slowly trying the competition!

Andrew C

I defy you to find better food and drink on Bermondsey Street (or London Bridge for that matter!). Every time I go, I am blown away by the food, service and atmosphere. Breakfast, lunch and Dinner it's always sublime.

Jorge

Terrible should take a hint from their sister restaurants on the street. Friendly service, better food and wine to be found just around the corner. Not worth the money. Walk up to Maltby Street or go to Pollen Street you'll be much happier, fuller and 100% less insulted.

Jane

To put it simply, the staff were rude. They told our group of friends off for speaking too loudly, when someone asked for another drink the waitress joked, 'get it yourself,' and when they got a starter order wrong we were blamed. The person organising our evening rang the restaurant beforehand to ask if there were any options for a vegetarian friend and was told that there were. But when we arrived the only choice was ratatouille on its own (basically the side-dish from the fish - and not much larger, either). Don't be seduced by the cosy atmosphere - the staff are anything but welcoming. To sum up, I wouldn't recommend this place if you: a) are in a group, b) are vegetarian c) want to go to a restaurant.

Marco

Don't believe the hype. This is an ok french restaurant, with food quality not particularly memorable, although fair for the (moderate) prices. Called on a Monday to book a table for 18.15 for the following a Friday night (nothing available later) and I was told the table was reserved for me for a two hour slot until 20:15. Fair enough. Planning a quick meal, we arrive at 18:30 and get told off by Mr Durochat himself for being late (no double kiss for us!). "I can't afford to lose business, it's been happening for over five years" (I thought this place opened about a month ago?). "People come in asking me for tables and I have to turn them away" (this when only 3 of the 10 tables were occupied). Eventually, he claims we can have a table "but only because I've had a cancellation". Assuming everything he said was true (and I doubt it) the discussion felt patronising and absolutely unnecessary. The food was ok, simple and tasty, certainly not stellar, small portions. Starter of girolles on toast was nice, pork main was tasty but dry and the mash accompanying it tasted a bit fake. Roasted fig dessert was bland. Wine by the glass (st emilion) was average, clearly from a bottle that had remained opened for a very long time. I certainly won't rush back.

Mayling

Warm, friendly, small restaurant. We went for dinner and had some gorgeous cured meat to share with drinks first as the kitchen doesn't open till 6pm. We shared the sardines for entree. The sardine was generous and fresh, served with a tangy sauce. I had the veal belly with ratatouille. It was delicious! Never had the belly from a veal before and it was paired well with the vegetables and red sauce. Hubby had the fish which although came in a small portion, still left him full. Staff are relaxed, speak French and all friendly. All up was GBP45.

abby gibbons

An absolute delight. I've been waiting (and eating) through it all, American Burgers, Spanish, Italian. Finally - the French Revolution is here. He has done such a beautiful job of everything. Just charming. Delicious seasonal menu and robust wine list. I felt transported.