=

London

Restaurants around Old Operating Theatre

1,545 expert recommended restaurants

Filter results

The Rooftop Cafe

Cafés   0.03 miles from Old Operating Theatre 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Next to The Shard. Fantastic views. — Not For Tourists

We relished the breakfast – excellent, generous bread and scrambled eggs with thick-cut smoked salmon or luscious bacon, flanked by sparky bloody marys – but the kitchen also runs to lunch and tea. — Time Out

The Rooftop Cafe isn’t offering especially adventurous cooking, but it’s good value, done well and topped off with unfussy but charming service from knowledgeable staff. — Evening Standard

  • 57
  • 9
  • 25

Lobos

  0.05 miles from Old Operating Theatre 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Drinks-wise, it’s all about the stimulating lineup of wines, sherries and cavas in an intimate space that feels like a modern cave (the name translates as "wolves"). — Zagat

I’m genuinely about to scarper. If it weren’t for the pal being on the tube, and therefore unable to see my panicked texts shrieking, “We need to go somewhere else fast&=&!, you wouldn’t... — The Guardian

A dimly lit, decidedly compact tapas bar under the railway arches - sit upstairs to enjoy the theatre of the open kitchen — Michelin Guide

  • 19
  • 27
  • 11

Padella

  0.05 miles from Old Operating Theatre 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This lively little sister to Trullo offers a short, seasonal menu where hand-rolled pasta is the star of the show. — Michelin Guide

If we’re bothering to get a bit religious here, we could say that Padella nails the rare holy trinity: it’s trendy, affordable, and delicious. — The Infatuation

When Tim Siadatan and Jordan Frieda opened Trullo back in 2010, the restaurant was part of a new breed of London Italian that traded in simplicity and superior ingredients over nostalgia... — Wallpaper

Padella is a small, energetic bistro specialising in handmade pasta dishes, inspired by the owners’ extensive culinary adventures in Italy. — Lonely Planet

  • 11
  • 49
  • 60
  • 2

Rabot 1745

  0.06 miles from Old Operating Theatre 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Want something different? How about cocoa cuisine? Rabot 1745 is from the owners of Hotel Chocolat and is named after their estate in St Lucia. — Michelin Guide

Restaurant and bar overlooking Borough Market. — Time Out

Occasionally I'm moved smugly to suspect that I've seen it all. And then something keels up to remind me that I ain't seen nothing yet. This new arrival, tacked on to Borough Market,... — The Guardian

The restaurant and terrace are upstairs, but you can enjoy a quick cup of spiced hot chocolate or sample some nibs at the cafe on the ground floor. — Lonely Planet

  • 11
  • 9
  • 27
  • 2

Hutong

Chinese   0.08 miles from Old Operating Theatre 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hutong is the Shard’s ultra-swish Chinese restaurant, and if we were going to throw down on a pricey dinner with a view, this would be on our list — The Infatuation

The original Hutong in Hong Kong is a glitzy, high-end Chinese restaurant with magnificent views, mainly patronised by expats and tourists. — Time Out

Hutong is the London outpost of a revered restaurant of the same name in Hong Kong. — The Guardian

The panoramic view from this Chinese spot on the 33rd floor of the Shard (Europe's tallest building) isn't the only thing demanding attention – the decor is equally eye-catching. — Zagat

Grace loathes the Shard, but actually likes its new Chinese restaurant. — Evening Standard

Fish!

Seafood   0.08 miles from Old Operating Theatre 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On weekday lunchtimes, this swanky glass pavilion overlooking Southwark Cathedral and Borough Market is full of suits and well-heeled tourists. — Time Out

Great fish. Simple. Let it have its exclamation mark. — Not For Tourists

Occupying a prime location in London’s foodie mecca, Borough Market, this restaurant prepares fine ingredients bought directly from the suppliers on the market floor. — DK Eyewitness

  • 9
  • 57
  • 17

Tapas Brindisa London Bridge

  0.08 miles from Old Operating Theatre 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Start with a glass of Fino and crisp parcels of morcilla, then share a selection of hand-carved lberico hams and robust, generously sized dishes such as Galician style hake, black rice with squid. — Michelin Guide

The "excellent ingredients" "shine" at this "effortlessly spot-on" Spanish tapas chainlet. — Zagat

Brindisa attracts a well-heeled, foodie crowd who know good tapas when they taste it. No bookings are accepted, so come early if you want to bag an outside table on market days. — Lonely Planet

As far as Spanish restaurants are concerned, Brindisa is a classic — The Infatuation

Expect all the tapas classics (ranging from $7 to $13), but highlights include deep-fried Monte Enebro goat cheese with orange blossom honey, and grilled LeÌ_n chorizo on toast with piquillo pepper. — Concierge

  • 11
  • 19
  • 2
  • 49
  • 14

Applebee's Fish

  0.09 miles from Old Operating Theatre 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Excellent fishmonger with a cafe-restaurant attached: all manner of fresher-than-fresh fish and shellfish dishes feature on the ever-changing chalkboard. — Lonely Planet

This Borough Market stalwart, with a wet-fish counter at the front and a long narrow dining space behind, is a lively and convivial spot for some reliable fishy fare. — Time Out

  • 2
  • 9

Aqua Shard

  0.1 miles from Old Operating Theatre 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Aqua Shard is in two parts: a smart, fine-dining, expense-account venue with magnificent views, and an attached cocktail bar with equally fabulous views, reviewed here. — Time Out

The Shard's most accessible restaurant covers all bases by serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner — Michelin Guide

If you’re going have a ridiculous, ostentatious drink in a shimmering citadel of steel and glass, you might as well go to the top of the mountain and head to the tallest building in town — The Infatuation

Aqua Shard offers views over London from the 31st floor of Europe's highest building, and an interior done in a purple and grey color scheme with comfortable banquettes covered with Liberty print. — Gayot

It's a night designed to impress. Tell the dark-suited man guarding the elevator you have reservations. You've timed it all perfectly. As you step out onto the 31st floor, the sun is... — Afar Magazine

El Pastor

  0.11 miles from Old Operating Theatre 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

El Pastór offers a contemporary twist on a traditional taqueria, serving spicy tacos, quesadillas, tostadas and aguachiles from an open kitchen not much larger than a street food cart. — Wallpaper

The cavernous entrance on Stoney St reveals a Mexican eatery rocking the industrial-chic look — Lonely Planet

El Pastor was supposed to be the little taco restaurant that would finally show us Londoners what real tacos are, especially because the guys behind it have heavy hitters like Barrafina... — The Infatuation

  • 60
  • 2
  • 49

Oblix

International   0.11 miles from Old Operating Theatre 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Oblix is expensive and showy, and has a Dubai-style blandness to it. — Time Out

The menu is lengthy with many of the starters salad-based alongside dishes like soft shell crab, kimchi and daikon as well as crab cakes, smoked salmon, steak tartare and ceviche. — Gayot

Dark, lava stone-clad corridors on the 32nd floor of The Shard lead to this glass-wrapped space serving New York-style rotisserie and grilled food. — Zagat

The 200-seat restaurant and bar was designed by celebrated Italian architect and designer Claudio Silvestrin and features a sophisticated palette of warm brown Turkish stone, dark wood and leather. — Wallpaper

There's no doubt Oblix will be a massive hit with diners – in here or in the adjoining live-music-and-cocktails bar – able to look down on London's dazzling Nighttown. — Independent

Wheatsheaf

  0.11 miles from Old Operating Theatre 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Substantial stone inn overlooking the village green — Michelin Guide

An inexpensive menu inspired by London street food is backed by a serious selection of craft beers, ales, ciders and wines. — Zagat

  • 11
  • 19

The Market Porter

  0.12 miles from Old Operating Theatre 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Handsome semicircular pub by Borough Market, with an interesting range of real ales and decent food. — Rough Guide

Sundays and off-hours are pleasant for sitting by a double-sided fire drinking one of the nine traditional ales it pulls (choices change) or eat upstairs in its library-like carpeted room. — Frommer's

  • 10
  • 1

Arabica Bar & Kitchen

  0.12 miles from Old Operating Theatre 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With its fashionable buzz and lively energy, there’s no other Levantine restaurant in London quite like Arabica. — Time Out

The owner-chef once sold mezze in Borough Market so it's no surprise he opened his Levantine-inspired restaurant under a railway arch here — Michelin Guide

Fresh, fun, game-upping Middle Eastern cuisine. — Not For Tourists

Buzzy, informal eatery with an open kitchen and clay oven prepping Middle Eastern classics (falafel, hummus, haloumi) and more exotic creations (Turkish pizzas, Lebanese chicken wings). — Zagat

The decor is contemporary and bright, the food delicate and light, and there's an emphasis on sharing (two to three small dishes per person). — Lonely Planet

  • 9
  • 11
  • 57
  • 19
  • 2

Monmouth Coffee - The Borough

  0.12 miles from Old Operating Theatre 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"roasted to perfection", its high-quality beans change "season by season", while the "fanatic" staff "gladly brew samples to taste". — Zagat

Start here. They have some of the best coffee in Borough (if not all of London), and their filter coffee is especially good. Get here in the morning or mid-afternoon if you want to avoid... — The Infatuation

  • 19
  • 49

Roast

International   0.12 miles from Old Operating Theatre 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The grand Victorian Borough Market is the place to find much of the best meat, fish, and fresh produce in London, and Roast. — DK Eyewitness

"A little tour" of Borough Market "prepares your stomach" for the "consistently high-quality" British fare served at this "beautiful" glass-walled, all-day venue. — Zagat

It's always busy here and the young team are a friendly bunch, although they can sometimes appear to be a man clown. — Michelin Guide

A sophisticated mainstay in Borough Market, this second-story dining room is a study in casual elegance complete with lofty ceilings, lovely white linens, and wall-to-wall windows. — Travel + Leisure

Meat, glorious meat. High-end food. Fab location. — Not For Tourists

Elliot's Cafe

  0.13 miles from Old Operating Theatre 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A lively, unpretentious café which sources its ingredients from Borough Market, in which it stands. — Michelin Guide

Light and airy, with stripped brick walls and a contemporary feel, Elliot’s is a busy little spot full of tourists, dates and business people; in the evenings it can get noisy. — Time Out

Rumoured by some to serve London's best burgers. — Not For Tourists

  • 11
  • 9
  • 57

Feng Sushi

Japanese   0.13 miles from Old Operating Theatre 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The best sushi in London and available to takeaway. Dangerous! — Not For Tourists

Serving sustainably sourced fish and regular seasonal menus, Feng Sushi takes its ethical/eco responsibilities seriously. — Time Out

  • 57
  • 9

Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House

Seafood   0.14 miles from Old Operating Theatre 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The best British bivalves paired with superb wines and ales make Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House one of the most celebrated seafood spots in London. — Travel + Leisure

It looks the proper Victorian part for an oyster and porter house, with a long oyster bar, high tables and the days offerings chalked up on big blackboards. — Gayot

Wright Brothers is our favourite spot to perch with a beer and a pint of prawns, because it feels like you’re in Borough market without having to actually deal with the craziness of the market itself — The Infatuation

Tastebuds say no, but libido says YES. — Not For Tourists

Wright Brothers is very much an eat-and-run sort of place, with all seating at high-backed stools, and efficient waitresses operating at speed despite the cramped conditions. — Time Out

The Breakfast Club

  0.17 miles from Old Operating Theatre 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Not just breakfast, not a club. But just so gooood. — Not For Tourists

Full/half Monty/All American brekkies are the natural temptation, but chorizo hashbrowns, pancakes and delights of the El Butty also await once you forge to the front of the frequent line. — Lonely Planet

  • 57
  • 2
Back to Search Results

Filters  

  • Budget
    130 results under $40
  • Midrange
    1073 results between $40 and $75
  • High-end
    296 results over $75

or use your email address:

Register Login

Already have an account?

Log in →
Forgot password?

Don't have an account yet?

Register →