The Goldsmith Pub & Dining Room

Restaurants , British Southwark
  • 5 out of 5 stars
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There's an intriguing combination of food and drink at this Southwark Bridge Road boozer - thanks in no small part to the solid range of craft beer and the regular Monday night pop-up from Toi's Thai Kitchen. 

Toi's Thai curry and her stir-fried noodles also feature on the daily menu, alongside rib-eye steaks, house burgers, meze sharers and salads of watermelon, feta, rocket and pumpkin seeds. Sunday roasts prove popular, as do bar snacks such as prawn crackers with a sweet chilli dip, and crispy chilli wonton skins.

The craft beers rotate regularly but expect drops the ilk of Goose Island Honkers Ale, Dogfish Head DNA, Brewdog Punk IPA and Pistonhead Kustom Lager. The cocktail list keeps things pretty classic - martinis, negronis, daiquiris, things like that. 

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The Goldsmith Pub & Dining Room says
The Goldsmith Pub & Dining Room specialises in a relaxed, warm and welcoming atmosphere. We serve excellent, fresh, seasonal food along with lovely wines, cocktails and a range of ales and craft beers.
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Venue name: The Goldsmith Pub & Dining Room
Address: 96 Southwark Bridge Rd
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Lisa Peake

Love this little place. Close enough to Borough/London Bridge to be accessible but tucked away so you don't get randoms who wander over as it's the first place they see when they leave the tube. The food here is high standard, a slightly odd mixture of English and Thai but it means you’re covered whatever you’re in the mood for. Cosy tables, friendly staff, couches at the back if you’re in a lounging mood and round the corner from the fire station so you can ogle the guys training on your way to lunch. What more could a girl ask for?

Tip: book a table at busy times and allow longer than an hour for late week lunches as it’s popular and the kitchen is small.