Eat and Drink in South East London

South East London boasts some fantastic areas for eating out, from Greenwich to Dulwich and Camberwell to Forest Hill. Greenwich is the gem of South East London, steeped in history and boasting a wonderful ambience. Stroll through the beautiful Greenwich Park, visit the Royal Observatory and the National Maritime Museum as well as the recently reopened Cutty Sark or just soak up the charming ambience of Greenwich centre with its arty craft and antique markets.

Dulwich and Forest Hill are popular residential areas amongst young professionals and both boast a real village like atmosphere. South East London has many great areas and a vast array of restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets.

London's vibrancy goes up a gear come the night. Perhaps best of all the super clubs, the Ministry of Sound has been hosting world-famous DJs since 1991. Brixton is the home of Plan B, a club that attracts a loyal following with its leftfield acts. This is the place to enjoy music ranging from hip-hop to electronic music, and where the likes of Erol Alkan, Lady Sovereign and LCD Soundsystem have played. There are many other great live venues such as The Clapham Grand and Brixton Academy which regularly hosts top acts.

Restaurants

Restaurants

The South Eastern part of London draws every kind of crowd. The Thames is ever-present and with it come landmarks such as Tower Bridge. The South Bank, meanwhile, is the go-to...
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Pubs and Bars

Pubs and Bars

South east London is stuffed with teeny independent bars, funky homages to gin and speakeasy-style bars that only those in the know frequent. Discover the best pubs and bars here in South East London.
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Night Clubs

Night Clubs

South East London has been experiencing a comeback over the last few decades: with the revival of historical Greenwich and the eventual success of the O2, it has become a hub...
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Cafes and Delis

Cafes and Delis

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.
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