Dating suggestions london
Tas on Borough High Street is a tasty choice for both lunch and dinner dates.
The cafe serves up a good choice of Turkish salads and sandwiches with the warmed up wraps being particularly yummy – the falafel and hummus wrap is one of the LDG’s favourite choices for lunch.
The restaurant next door is just as good serving up hearty dishes such as Turlu, a stew of of aubergine, tomato, chickpeas, rice and yoghurt.
If you’re lucky, there’ll be a live guitarist playing which adds to the atmosphere.
It’s the only surviving galleried coaching inn and serves a good choice of pub dishes and drinks.
It’s picnic tables outside make it a great choice for a drink in the sunshine.
London Bridge Experience can be good fun to kick off a date but be warned, it;s quite expensive so we wouldn’t recommend going unless you have a 2 for 1 deal or love hanging out with a coach load Spanish kids.We host 2-3 private events each month for members to meet offline.