The Table restaurant at 83 Southwark Street, only a fifteen minute walk from SEA LIFE London Aquarium, is one of London’s best-kept secrets. The chic little eatery is located a stone’s throw from Tate Modern, the South Bank and Borough Market. With a clientele made up of local residents, business people, architects and artists, the clean, modern space bustles from dawn till dark.
From the sleek open kitchen comes an eclectic mix of modern Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, expertly prepared using locally sourced ingredients and complemented by a seasonal wine list. All the food is produced in-house daily, from the breakfast date and walnut bread to the pan fried smoked scamorza with peperonata.
Says co-owner Shaun Alpine-Crabtree, “in The Table I have found a business I feel passionately about, in which I can continue to grow and evolve, while sending customers away with a smile on their face and a comfortably full stomach.”
Typical delicious and sustainable fish dishes at The Table include: Grilled mackerel (from Southbank fresh fish) and fennel, caper and parsley salad, Plaice (from Pisces) with cockles and samphire.
Visit The Table Café’s website at http://thetablecafe.com/ or find The Table Cafe on Google maps
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