I’ve had the pleasure to work with the Arthur Hooper’s team since their official opening in May 2017 and I’ve only continued to be impressed by their dedication and hard work to great food and customer service.
Working next to Borough Market is totally infectious. The mixture of London Bridge’s hustle and bustle, its proximity to the River Thames and exuberant history, makes this area one of the most interesting places to visit, especially at weekends when all the workers have cleared out.
Relaxed dining in London’s
Food is at the heart of this neighbourhood and with a plethora of new restaurants and bars opening-up, It’s worth a drawn-out visit. What I love about the establishments here, is the insentience on unpretentious dining. Just my style.
Overlooking London’s historic Borough Market, Arthur Hooper’s is partly set inside a railway arch. The interior styling is contemporary designer with a touch of industrial chic. Overall, it’s a stylish space with a unique dining atmosphere. I particularly like the artwork choices including the wonderful Dan Hillier.
'Fruit & Veg' private dining room
Tip: If you’re visiting with a group of friends, call in advance and book the ‘Fruit & Veg’ private dining room for a truly unique view of Borough Market.
The menu happily caters to an eclectic European tasting experience. A variety of dietary requirements and vegan options can be requested or ordered in advance.
Arthur Hooper’s sources it’s seasonal ingredients from local suppliers including Borough Market. Chef Lale’s delicious burrata and handmade pappardelle are exquisite. Vegetable sides are cooked to perfection and according to my meat eating pals, the cured meats, beef carpaccio and meatballs certainly satisfy.
Pair each dish with a top wine from their curated wine list and follow up with the chocolate hazelnut pot – pure heaven. Don’t be shy asking for suggestions, as the staff are very friendly and knowledgeable.
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