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Hello there, I've added three hostel properties in the South Bank area in the sleep section which is currently empty.
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Hello there, I've added three hostel properties in the South Bank area in the sleep section which is currently empty. [[User:Travelempire|Travelempire]] 09:43, 4 October 2012 (EDT)

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I'm sorry I created a Bankside article without checking the contents of this one as there is duplication. They are seen to be separate areas but maybe not for a tourist.Caroline 20:30, 19 Jul 2004 (EDT)

No problem, just add it to Wikitravel:Votes for deletion... thanks! Majnoona 21:55, 19 Jul 2004 (EDT)

Drink- The George in Borough - will get the details. Caroline 06:19, 22 Jul 2004 (EDT)

From Talk:LOndon/Bankside: So.. what to add:

  • Borough market (fri and sat for retail)
  • Vinopolis? But is is pricey...
  • The Golden Hinde? - but it's just a replica sitting on the river
  • The Jerwood Space is another industrial conversion into an art gallery. However the cafe is nice.
  • Fish! is on the tourist trail - but I imagine it is pricey. I've certainly never been in there.
  • The Millenium Bridge? Its just a modern footbridge, and it doesn't even wobble anymore. However it is a connection between Tate Modern and St Pauls.

Caroline 06:51, 22 Jul 2004 (EDT)

lol I can't believe someone suggested Pizza Express as the only restaurant on the South Bank.

I've expanded the South Bank Center section, but I think it needs splitting up. The NFT (now BFI Southbank) and the NT are worthy of their own sections. EAi 09:37, 20 February 2008 (EST)


Pubs and Restaurants[edit]

The bland lists below were taken from London/Southwark-Lewisham. Most are in Shad Thames which is covered by this article. If anyone fancies the job of turning some of these into useful listings with contact details and a description, please go ahead and insert into this article. --Burmesedays 22:45, 17 December 2009 (EST)

Restaurants[edit]

There are numerous quality restaurants in the Shad Thames area, which is on the river Thames next to Tower Bridge. A few places are listed, as being worth a visit. The area is dominated by Conran restaurants which are normally good quality but some people might feel they are overpriced.

  • Brown's Restaurant. American.  edit
  • Blue Print, (Shad Thames). British.  edit
  • Chop House, (Shad Thames). British.  edit
  • La Pont de la Tour, (Shad Thames). French.  edit
  • Bengal Clipper, (Shad Thames). Indian.  edit
  • Hara, (Shad Thames). Indian.  edit
  • La Cantina, (Shad Thames). Italian.  edit
  • Pizza Express, (Shad Thames). Italian.  edit
  • ASK pizza, (Shad Thames). Italian.  edit
  • Bermonsey Kitchen, Bermondsey Street. British.  edit
  • The Garison, Bermondsey Street. French.  edit
  • Delfina, Bermondsey Street. Italian.  edit

Pubs/bars[edit]

  • All Bar One, (Shad Thames).  edit
  • Dean Swift, (Shad Thames).  edit
  • The Anchor Tap, (Shad Thames).  edit
  • Bridge House, (Shad Thames).  edit
  • River Bar., (Shad Thames).  edit
  • The Garrison, Bermondsey Street.  edit
  • The Woolsack, Bermondsey Street.  edit
  • Thai Pub, Crucifix Lane.  edit

Sleep Budget[edit]

Hello there, I've added three hostel properties in the South Bank area in the sleep section which is currently empty. Travelempire 09:43, 4 October 2012 (EDT)

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