Eating out in London Bridge is all about knowing where to look. Magdalen, which is easy to miss on the busy Tooley Street, serves outstanding British food that shows a real attention to detail. Champor-Champor provides Asian fusion cuisine that resists most labels, aside from ‘great’. At café and gallery Caphe House, you can pick up a Vietnamese baguette, called bánh mì, along with a painting, if you want.
Venue says: Celebrate London Chocolate Week all October with our Spanish-flavour truffles: saffron, pimentón and olive oil with Coffee Saigon Stout, £7.
The upsurge in Spanish food quality in London since the 1990s can in part be dated from the arrival in Borough Market of food importers Brindisa.Read more
Venue says: A complimentary glass of house wine at Champor Champor in London Bridge. To receive, please mention you booked through Time Out.
Champor-Champor has been on Time Out’s radar long before the South Bank became trendy. With the Shard springing up nearby, it’s no longer off the beaten path, yet still feels like a hidden find.Read more