London Grind is a riverside espresso bar, cocktail bar and restaurant, housed in a former bank at 2 London Bridge, above Borough Market. The first Grind to offer a full restaurant, London Grind is a discerning brunch spot for south of the river, and a favourite dinner destination for the locals. 


What to expect:

A tasteful menu with various options, alongside a list of diverse cocktails, and of course dessert. Chilled out vibe, great location, and super friendly staff. It's the perfect place to get a hearty breakfast with your morning coffee.


When to head there: 

Definitely check out the breakfast menu. Also don't miss out on trying a few of the cocktails- it's the perfect spot to have a few pre-drinks before heading out.


What to wear:

Relaxed dress code, basically wear whatever suits your occasion. Whether you're coming from a workout, the office, or going out for a wild one, you’ll fit right in.


How to get there:

Right at the end of London Bridge, a few minutes' walk from London Bridge tube station.







Mia's verdict:

The prawn and barley risotto was amazing, really creamy, and a nice change being barley as apposed to rice. There are also a few salad options on the menu, which also work well as side plates. The fish croquettes were one of my favourites, definitely recommend getting them. Got a cheeky dessert too, apple crumble and tiramisu. The crumble was for sure a fave. If you're into really strong coffee then the tiramisu is the way to go.

Georgia's verdict

The prawn and barley risotto was a winner for both of us. It was great having something you wouldn't normally choose! The carpaccio was beautiful, so light and delicate. If you're feeling adventurous, let them pick for you. The guys at Grind really know what they're talking about and everything they picked for us was delicious. Make sure you pick up a Russian Summer, that cocktail is BEAUTIFUL. 

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