|Mon - Fri||08:00 - 22:00|
|Sat||08:00 - 22:00|
|Budget||Great Value (£15 - £30)|
|Nearest Station||London Bridge|
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London Bridge train station & London Bridge tube station (Northern & Jubilee Lines),
Takes bookings and Outdoor seating
We want to be able to cook and eat food without guilt and this means dealing directly with growers, fishermen and farmers who understand how to make the most of seasonal produce and at the same time minimize the impact on our environment. All our suppliers care as passionately as we do about the provenance of our ingredients and we work with them to be more considerate of the produce we use.
At Elliot’s, we are proud to offer a wine list comprised exclusively of all-natural wines. All wines listed have been sourced from small artisan growers who farm their land organically and/or bio-dynamically. Once in the cellar, all wines are made naturally with no additives (apart from tiny amounts of sulphites) with many literally being just fermented grape juice. It takes great skill, dedication and time to produce wine that is this fine and pure.
Elliot’s menu is created seasonally and with a little inspiration from the neighboring stalls at Borough Market, where they also source some of their ingredients. This being so, no two visits may be the same as its constantly featuring new dishes but always reinforcing and advertising the foodie plethora that is the market. Situated on Stoney Street its vibe is relaxed, informal and all about the food. The menu is split between small plates and then onto a variety of 40 days dry-aged Dexter beef cuts with an assortment of sides. Small plates include oysters, chicken hearts, pigs head terrine and lamb sweetbreads.