Café Amisha

161 Grange Road Southwark , London, SE1 3GH

Café Amisha says

A stunning restaurant just off of London’s well beaten track, Café Amisha is a local favourite bringing together urban styling with rustic food in a clever and harmonious way. Deep colours and dim lighting provide Café Amisha with an intimate atmosphere perfectly lending itself to romantic meals, while the addition of cosy Chesterfield settees and a well-stocked bar means that this is the kind of place in which to enjoy a full night with friends too. Attention to detail is important to Café Amisha’s management and their philosophy shines through not only in impeccable service but in the restaurant’s own blend of modern creative and traditional and authentic Italian dishes.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Bermondsey Tube Station 923m

London Bridge Station 1km


Address: 161 Grange Road Southwark , London SE1 3GH

Area: South Bank Borough etc

Nearby Landmarks

Bricklayer's Arms Roundabout 600m

Fashion and Textile Museum 740m


Telephone: 020 7231 7151


Cuisine: Italian


Food & Drink: 6.0

Service: 6.0

Atmosphere: 6.0

Value: 6.0

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 3.0

Philip H. 09 November 2013

Cafe Amisha has tried to make the most of an inauspicious space. On moving in they must have been overwhelmed by the exposed car park concrete. But they have tried to compensate with colourful furnishings and novel lighting. The food is simple, not complicated and not bad… But no better than that. Take the pizzas, the bases are crisp and thin, but there is no sense of flavour and almost non existent herbs. Like everything about Cafe Amisha the service is OK but flawed… Our waiter was friendly, but his incessant quipping became a bore. In an area crying out for places for an informal, but quality restaurant a little more polish here could draw a large and loyal following. As it is, cafe Amisha is sadly underwhelming.