Restaurants in South East London
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 destination in London for culture and the arts.
Mottingham near Eltham is where you'll find Jolpai Indian Cuisine which has an excellent reputation for its service and extensive and flavoursome menus. If you like delicious Japanese food and rock music then there's every chance you'll love Rock Star Sushi Bar in Merton. Greenwich is the location for Green Pea which is a coffee house by day, and a restaurant serving home-cooked Irish-English cuisine by night. And while you eat, admire the art because Green Pea is also a gallery and holds a brand new exhibition each month.
The cultured crowds of the South Bank have fuelled the rise of wine bars and brasseries, while Conran's gastrodome complex is the dominant power around Tower Bridge. Out in the suburbs, smaller neighbourhood restaurants manage to get a foothold and carve out their place in the South East's food scene. South East London is crowded with places to eat, and there's a great variety of food on offer. For British pub food visit La Lanterna.
Champor-Champor, one of the finest Thai restaurants in London, is not just another restaurant. It is a whole culture of its own – a total dining experience. The term “champor champor” is actually a Malay expression, which may be loosely translated as “mix and match”. Champor-champor is a stone’s throw from London Bridge station (national rail, Northern line tube and Jubilee line tube).
Ekachai serves Delicious, Fresh and Tasty South East Asian Soup Noodles, Wok-fried Noodles, Rice, Curries, Stir-fries and more. Honest and authentic flavours from South East Asia. We specialise in Thai, Malay & Cantonese cuisine.
Traditional Turkish grilled kebabs and oven-baked pide dishes in a basic wood-panelled dining room. Offering good value authentic Turkish cuisine in a modern, buzzy setting with attentive service it is not hard to see why Meze Mangal has become such a big hit with the Bushey locals!