The next restaurant to feature in the Restaurant Diet series is Boro Bistro.
This cute little bistro was just a short walk away from my office in London Bridge but it took me over a year to visit it.
Thankfully, one of my colleagues had managed to discover it tucked away by the market and knew it was somewhere I would love to try out.
WHERE: 6-10 Borough High St, London SE1 9QQ
The bistro is just down the stairs near Borough Market and Southwark Cathedral and has nice outdoor seating – with coverage just in case the heavens open like they often do.
It’s literally a stone’s throw away from both the tube and the underground station so this is a great place to visit if you don’t want to travel around too far once you get off public transport.
The menu is full of tasty options that help you get an authentic taste of French cuisine from the comfort of London.
While they have a huge wine list and lots of Belgium and Craft beers, my eyes were only focused on the food.
The best part is most of the menu can be shared in a tapas style manner so you are free to nibble everything if you and your group fancy it.
I went for the duck and grilled goat chops with a glass of rose and it was yummy. The portions are small so you would need two or three plates to feel relatively full.
But there are also bigger meals on offer if you just want one big bite.
I was pretty happy with the meal because it only came up to under £20. The small portions might not be for everyone but it definitely makes this a great place to visit with a pal.
The tapas style menu meant I was free to try out whatever I wanted which is perfect for foodies like myself because everything on offer sounded amazing.
Have you been to Boro Bistro? Got any similar recommendations? Let me know below or send me a message on Twitter – @nolalikes
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