Quintessentially British Food In A Railway Arch

The most quintessentially British food…

…is the kind that steals the best bits from other nations’ own cuisine.

So proudly British restaurant Lupins – soon to open in Flat Iron Square – has absolutely no intention of stopping the tradition. Set in one of the beautiful brick railway arches between London Bridge and Southwark, it’ll feature old-fashioned British food with a globally inspired twist. You can expect:

Cornish crab Thermidor and crusty bread; sea trout, with cucumber and seaweed butter; chipotle roast pigeon, with charred baby gem and carrot; and spiced beef short rib sided by purple sprouting broccoli.

It’s as British as apple pie.

NOTE: Lupins is due to open in early April, but there is no confirmed date. You can check out the website, and the menu right HERE.

Lupins | 66 Union Street, SE1 1TD

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66 Union Street, Borough, South London, SE1 1TD

078522 64633


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