Cafes and Delis in South East London
With the culinary behemoth that is London slap bang in the middle of the south east people often forget that the surrounding counties hold more than their fair share of Michelin stars too. With the agricultural might of the home counties there is no shortage of high quality, fresh produce in the region, with the chefs who cooking in the area making expert use of these resources.
One should find best places to eat in the south east. This includes some of the country's most esteemed restaurants – indeed, Oxfordshire's Le Manoir au Quat'Saisons has been a successful training ground many chefs who now hold Michelin stars of their own. For altogether heartier fare The Beehive in White Waltham offers premium gastropub fare still served with a lightness of touch one would expect from one of Heston Blumenthal's former head chefs. For one of the best restaurants in Kent try Chapter One, an establishment with a true field-to-fork ethos.
Sitting above the Design Museum with a panoramic view over the Thames just east of Tower Bridge, the Blueprint has been satisfying its customers for over 21 years. The style is simple with bentwood chairs, white walls and a wholesome British menu - you even get a little pair of blue binoculars for looking at the sights (or your fellow guests). This is a good place for a lunch combined with a long riverside walk, or for a leisurely dinner on a warm summer night.
We are a friendly family-run restaurant located in Forest Hill in south east London. Our aim is to serve quality authentic Thai Cuisine in a relaxed environment and give our customers a rest from the hustle and bustle of city life. All our dishes are individually prepared using the freshest and healthiest selection of Thai herbs, spices and ingredients. Open 7 days a week, we also have a take-away and delivery service.