Picture the scene: it’s the year 2025, and you’re finally allowed to take a bus instead of walking the five minute journey home from Sainsbury’s. Restaurants and bars have re-opened, you can approach other humans without worrying their touch alone will kill you, and have been given permission to resume your miserable existence in an […]
Oh thank god, it’s Work Lunch time, which means you’ve got half an hour, £7.50 left on your Monzo, and want food served within 5 minutes of ordering to takeaway, preferably in a box.
Everyone knows London Bridge and Bermondsey Street is absolutely banging for restaurants, but that’s not what you’re after for Work Lunch, is it?
So sit down Padella, take a seat Flat Iron. You’re not needed right now.
Here’s where you’ll actually end up going on your lunchbreak when you work near Bermondsey Street, SE1.
The concept of the mid-week accidental boozy dinner never really went away. But in this shiny new 30-something world where midweek evenings are all about scrolling through your phone, weekends are the domain of Events (with a capital “e”), and ‘catching up’ is reduced to 10 minutes of rushed speed-dating style Q&As conducted while following the host into kitchens, gardens, toilets, or towards front doors, they’re more important than ever.