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It looks like a lot of time has been spent on the interior at this otherwise food-focused pub on Bermondsey Street. Expect vintage, up-styled, renovated and reclaimed furniture alongside plenty of curios – diners have to pass the watchful eyes of a stuffed antelope’s head to get to the toilets.
There's a slight lean toward Britain on a food menu that borrows from across Europe. That means classic fish and chips and braised jacob's ladder with bubble and squeak croquettes, shallots and braising liquor alongside orecchiette, duck egg with chorizo, and a couscous salad with roast cauliflower, pine nuts and spiced yoghurt.
The wine list focuses on the old world, with France especially well represented. Beers on draught include Truman's Pale Ale, Amstel, Heineken, Pilsner Urquel and a guest, with bottles including options from Anspach & Hobday, Orbit, Siren and Buxton Spa.
99-101 Bermondsey Street
|Transport:||Tube: London Bridge tube/rail|
|Opening hours:||Open 8am-11pm Mon-Thur; 8am-midnight Fri; 9am-midnight Sat; 9am-10.30pm Sun. Food served 8-11.30am, noon-3pm, 6-10pm Mon-Fri; 9-11.30am, 12.30-4pm, 6-10pm Sat; 9-11.30am, 12.30-4pm, 6-9.30pm Sun|
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