- Main course: £20
- Food spend: £50
- Opening hours
- Monday to Friday: 07:00 - 22:30 Saturday: 08:30 - 22:45 Sunday: 11:30 - 18:30.
Great meal - superb deserts.
14 May 2016
Perched atop the gourmet retreat of Borough Market, Roast showcases fine British cuisine and supreme seasonal ingredients. Roast bar serves up quirky cocktails, with live music every evening and for Sunday lunch.
Light and airy, the classic dining room at Roast Borough is a calm sanctuary away from the buzz of the lively food market below. Diners can witness the exuberant market scenes through the magnificent arched windows across 3 brightly lit sides of Roast restaurant.
With a tempting array of mouth watering fish, grills, game and roasts, the Roast menu features dishes like roast sirloin of Welsh Black beef with Yorkshire pudding and creamed horseradish, or chargrilled fillet of wild sea bass with a shaved asparagus, fennel and orange salad. Signature dishes at Roast London Bridge include the sublime slow roast free range pork belly with Bramley apple sauce.
Found at Britain's oldest food market, Roast London is renowned for quintessentially English cuisine with an imaginative edge. London Bridge Tube Station is a 4-minute walk away.
The Floral Hall, Borough Market, Stoney Street, London, SE1 1TL
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Customer reviews for Roast
((((* 23 May 2016 by Michael Cook from Hove
Lovely and convenient setting,efficient smart staff,good service,good food. Drinks/wines rather expensive.
((((* 23 May 2016 by Sally Richardson from London
Delicious lamb. Delicious house wine.
((((( 21 May 2016 by Yvette Saunders from London
The food was lovely. Nice presentation but most of all very tasty. The waiter was pleasant and very attentive.
((((* 21 May 2016 by HR from Arlesey
Made very welcome on arrival. We arrived early and had a drink at the bar, however the drinks are very expensive and bar stools very uncomfortable! Kept slipping off!
Service at table was excellent and efficient and food was tasty and well presented. Everywhere looked very clean and it is a great location.
We will definitely return at some point but won't be having a drink at the bar beforehand!
((((* 21 May 2016 by Kay Parker from Harpenden
A cracking restaurant located in a really buzzy area of London. The food, drinks and service are all excellent. Drinks are expensive though
((((* 21 May 2016 by John Lambie from London
A very strange space - quite modern and not quite as retro as I'd imagined. Good acoustics, pleasant staff and excellent food. The astronomical wine list did not tempt us to a third bottle, but that was probably a good thing. Oh ... and the music ... two girls strumming and singing away in the background ... really nice, and such a pleasant change from the thump, thump of dance music which seems to accompany many an eating experience these days. I mean .. I'm eating, I don't want to dance.
(((** 20 May 2016 by CheNew from London
The food on our visit to Roast was very nice. We started with the prawn cocktail which looked great and tasty, we followed this with the catch of the day which was hake on a bed of roasted tomatoes and capers, perfectly cooked. The dessert looked fab, swirls of toffee and apple in a glass, once you got used to the consistency of the apple, which at first was slightly weird and slush puppy like, it was most enjoyable. My only criticism was the speedy delivery of the starter and main courses, I appreciate they want to get you out within the 2 hour slot we were allocated but we did feel a little rushed at the beginning. We also had to order our dessert with the starter and main course....never had to do this before - most odd.
(**** 19 May 2016 by Debra Sandford from Bedfordshire
It was disappointing nothing special
((((* 19 May 2016 by Michael Lord from London
Food at Roast on the set price menu was excellent - I had the pigeon breast, followed by the Barnsley chop and the apple and rhubarb crumble tart (would have preferred an actual crumble, but the tart was still a great option). The extras of roast potatoes and a Yorkshire pudding were definitely worth it - my friend who had the fish was so impressed with the yorkie that she had one too!
Our table was at the far side by the window, nicely tucked out if the way, although we never felt forgotten about as the service was exemplary. Overall I'd definitely recommend a visit to Roast, especially if you can get one of their set menu deals (which came with a free cocktail)
((((* 19 May 2016 by Graham Nicholas from London
Nice food choice from the set price lunch menu. Wine was generally expensive, although we managed to find a nice lower price bottle of a Chilean red.
My only disappointment is that we were sat well away from the windows which seems strange given I had booked several weeks in advance. My feeling was that we were being excluded from the better seats specifically because we were on a deal rather than choosing from the regular menu.
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