Last Updated on 3 May, 2023
If you’re looking for a delicious and hearty brunch in London, The Table Café in Southwark is a must-visit. This place is just a quick walk from my sister’s house and I had been wanting to visit for ages but each time I passed by it was busy.
A few days before my young sister was due to head back to the states, we saw an opening and made a beeline for the entrance.
It was a quiet weekday morning when we stopped by. The sun was out in London making an outdoor brunch in London that much more irresistible!
The location is perfect as we were due to heard to Tate Modern which lies only a few meters across the road as well as Borough Market and The Shard which were also on the itinerary for the day but first, we brunch!
Have heard many a great thing about The Table Cafe I was very keen to check out the food. The cozy and welcoming café serves up a range of tasty dishes made from locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients.
The Table Café’s menu has something for everyone, whether you’re a fan of classic brunch dishes like eggs Benedict or avocado toast, or you’re in the mood for something a bit more unusual like their chorizo hash or shakshuka. They also offer a range of vegan and gluten-free options, so everyone can enjoy a satisfying meal.
One of the highlights of The Table Café is their house-made sourdough bread, which is baked fresh each morning and serves as the foundation for many of their dishes. Whether you’re enjoying it as toast with your breakfast or as the bread in your sandwich, you won’t be disappointed.
I went for the full English and my sister went for the eggs Royal(think eggs Benedict but with Salmon), my son opted to nibble on my toast with a dash of milk. You and also opt to pair your brunch with a coctktail as my sister did. I have covered many a brunch place in London. From brunch in Shoreditch, Peckham, Canary Wharf, Mayfair, Notting Hill, Kensington, Bermondsey, Richmond and many others.
This place is a must visit if you are looking for a brunch spot in London Bridge or Bermondsey area. The café itself has a rustic and laid-back feel, with wooden tables and chairs and plenty of natural light streaming in. There’s also a small outdoor seating area for sunny days.
Overall, The Table Café is a great spot for a relaxed and delicious brunch with friends or family. Be sure to arrive early on weekends as it can get quite busy!
Vegan, Vegetarian and Meat options
Things To Do Near The Table Cafe
- Take a stroll through Borough Market – one of London’s most famous food markets, just a 7-minute walk away. You’ll find a wide variety of fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, baked goods, and street food vendors.
- Visit the Tate Modern – located just across the Thames from The Table Café. The world-renowned art museum is free to enter and features a wide range of contemporary art exhibitions.
- Check out the Globe Theatre – a replica of the original Shakespearean theatre. It’s just a 5-minute walk from The Table Café and offers guided tours, as well as performances during the summer months.
- Walk along the South Bank – a picturesque stretch of the Thames with plenty of street performers, food vendors, and cultural attractions. You can enjoy views of iconic landmarks like the London Eye and Big Ben.
- Visit St. Paul’s Cathedral – just a short walk across the Thames from The Table Café. The iconic cathedral offers guided tours and incredible views from its famous dome.
- Take a trip to The Shard – one of London’s tallest buildings, and enjoy panoramic views of the city from the observation deck. It’s just a 20-minute walk from The Table Café.
- Experience the thrill of walking on glass at the Tower Bridge Glass Walkway – located just a 25-minute walk away. You’ll get stunning views of the Thames and the city skyline.
- Shop ’til you drop at the New Change Shopping Centre – just a 10-minute walk from The Table Café. It features a wide range of high street and luxury brands, as well as restaurants and cafes.
- Step back in time at the historic and charming Leadenhall Market – a covered Victorian market with unique shops and restaurants. It’s just a 25-minute walk from The Table Café.
- Stroll down trendy Bermondsey Street – lined with independent shops, galleries, and restaurants. It’s a bit further away (about a 20-minute walk), but worth the trip if you’re looking for a hip and vibrant area to explore.