A thriving, creative part
of London with
outstanding connections

Rich in history and genuine London character, Bermondsey has an authentic urban village vibe. The area’s distinctive railway arches have evolved into some of the best cafés, bars and restaurants south of the river, making this a destination for foodies. Its galleries, museums and abundance of green space make this one of London’s most well-rounded places. All just a short walk or cycle to the River Thames and London Bridge.

All times in minutes, taken from CityMapper.

Grab a coffee

Bermondsey is one of the best places in London to enjoy your perfect blend. With a number of  independent artisans on Bermondsey Street alone, there are plenty of places to lighten up the weekday grind.

Fuckcoffe, 167 Bermondsey St
The Watch House, 199 Bermondsey St
Hej Coffee, 1 Bermondsey Square

Lunch or Dinner

Bermondsey’s eclectic food scene is famous across London for its choice and variety. Grab some home made pasta at Flour and Grape or enjoy an early dinner in its brick-lined space. A host of regular star traders and rotating guest-spots can be found at legendary street food haunt Maltby Street Market or Vinegar Yard.

Flour & Grape, 214 Bermondsey St
José, 194 Bermondsey St
Maltby Street Market, Ropewalk
Iro Sushi, Tower Bridge Rd
Roca Café, 188 Grange Rd
Comptoir Gourmand, 96 Bermondsey St
B Street Deli, 88 Bermondsey St
Caphe House, 114 Bermondsey St

Drinks after work

From authentic, London pubs with a modern twist, to fabulous neighbourhood gin and cocktail bars, Bermondsey has plenty of places sit and watch the world go by. For lovers of craft beer, the Bermondsey beer mile is home to several microbreweries within a mile and half radius.

The Woolpack, 98 Bermondsey St
Nine Lives, 8 Holyrood St
Little Bird Gin Bar, Maltby St Market
Bermondsey Art club, Tower Bridge Road
Le Chevalier wine bar, Tower Bridge Road

Take in some culture

For lovers of culture, there is plenty to discover here. From The White Cube, one of London’s premier art galleries to the Fashion & Textile Museum, with an ultra-cool rotating exhibits celebrating different fashion styles, periods and designers. For classic, arthouse and indie films, Kino cinema is a 52-seat independent cinema.

White Cube Gallery, 144-152, Bermondsey St
Fashion & Textile Museum,83 Bermondsey St
Kino Cinema, 10 Bermondsey Square


For your wellbeing

For a breath of fresh air or some space to clear your head, you’ll want to make for the peaceful Bermondsey Spa Gardens or Tanner Street Park where you’ll find five tennis courts, all free to play. For the more adventurous, Arch Climbing is a crazy room full of walls you can climb.

Bermondsey Spa Gardens
Tanner Street Park
Arch Climbing, Tower Bridge Business
Pure Gym, 100 Drummond Rd
Fitness First, 8-18 London Bridge St
Muscle Bull Gym, 66 Gedling Place
Cross Fit, 183-187 Southwark Park Rd

Shopping & Amenities

There are plenty of options for picking up staples on the way home. If you want to take home a little piece of that quirky and loveable Bermondsey vibe, you’d best head to Bermondsey 167, a treasure trove of fashion, homewares and collectibles.

Bermondsey Corner
Bermondsey 167

Discover Bermondsey SE1


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