Food & Drink

Neil Frame 07/01/70

Gregg’s Table

Gregg’s Table has unfortunately now closed down.

Imagine how fun it’d be to judge Simon Cowell’s singing.

This is the culinary equivalent.

Today Gregg Wallace, “the fat, bald bloke on Masterchef who likes pudding”* opens a new restaurant in the Bermondsey Square Hotel.

Gregg started his career selling vegetables at a stand in Covent Garden, before being invited to co-present a Radio 4 show (that was, also, all about vegetables) and then moving into TV in 2002.

He was actually the original presenter of Saturday Kitchen, until Antony Worrall Thompson (who was recently caught shoplifting from the Henley-on-Thames branch of Tesco) nicked his job.

Vintage Tony.

The menu here is inspired by his childhood.

Mushroom vol-au-vents; ham with melon; spam fritters; Lobster Thermidor; fish fingers with chips and mushy peas; chicken kiev; spotted dick; black forest gateau and banana split.

Get judging.

*his own description.

Gregg’s Table | Bermondsey Square Hotel, Tower Bridge Road, SE1 3UN

Gregg’s Table has unfortunately now closed down.

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Gregg’s Table

Bermondsey Square Hotel, Tower Bridge Road, London, SE1 3UN