Elliot's

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"GOOD"

10 reviews

12 Stoney Street, Borough Market , London, SE1 9AD

SquareMeal Review of Elliot's

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"GOOD"

‘A great place to hang out’, this buzzy New York-style eatery from the duo behind the Pavilion Café at Victoria Park is aimed squarely at Borough Market’s foodie throngs. A massive communal table holds centre stage in the dining room, which features scruffy yellow brick walls and great views of the bustle outside. On offer is a tidy selection of regularly changing, provenance-driven dishes, although specials can run out quickly and latecomers may be left with thin pickings. Snacks of pig’s head cromesquis with home-baked bread might give way to devilled ox tongue, crab on toast and bigger plates of monkfish with chickpeas and leeks or Middle White pork with cabbage, pear and chervil salad. ‘Afters’ are mostly cheeses, cakes, ice creams and sorbets, while the drinks list runs from artisan beers to an oddball selection of wines.

Elliot's Location

12 Stoney Street, Borough Market , London SE1 9AD

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020 7403 7436

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Opening times

Mon-Sun 7am-10pm (Sun – 4pm)

Elliot's's Reviews

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Food & Drink: 8.2

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Service: 8.9

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Atmosphere: 8.8

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Value: 8.5

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Food + drink: 4

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 4

Bronze Reviewer
14 March 2014

The perfect spot for an informal business breakfast.

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Food + drink: 4

Service: 5

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 4

29 September 2013

Food was excellent, and impressed my Parisian guest. service very friendly and helped us to spot a good bottle of wine. Always glad to notice that other customers appeared to be enjoying themselves and in peace. Will definitely re-visit. Good enough to invite my wife.

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Food + drink: 4

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 5

Gold Reviewer
04 September 2013

Elliot's is a humble cafe/ restaurant found amidst the many eateries surrounding Borough Market (owned by the people from the Pavilion cafe in Victoria park). Brick walls, wooden tables (a large one can be booked for fabulous ‘bring it on’ feasts for a large group), friendly down to earth service and a rustic menu which reflects seasonal produce from the market, what's not to like. Cosy delights include sweet roast garlic bread, fried maris pipers with luscious aioli, meaty onglet (the best diaphragm i have ever eaten!), the freshest fish.This is a little foodie haven, perfect for a relaxed mid-week supper with the girls or a quick rustic lunch on the go. This is my probably not so secret London Bridge favourite.