More about Boot and Flogger
Opened in 1964 as London's 'first real wine bar', Boot and Flogger blends the site's rich history with a modern menu. European and Mediterranean fare is presented alongside the luxurious Davy’s wine stock.
The Boot and Flogger menu is full of flavour, featuring succulent grilled scallops, bacon and sweet spring onion with a chilli kick. An alluring Mediterranean plate combines houmous, taramasalata, crumbly feta, sun-dried tomatoes and juicy olives, while daily specials bring something different to the table on a regular basis. Desserts at Boot and Flogger restaurant offer a taste of British luxury, with sweet and sticky treacle tart covered in cream.
The wines are not to be ignored at Boot and Flogger in London Bridge, with a spectacular selection of blends by the glass and bottle. Enjoy a rare vintage label from the special list of fine wines, while sinking into a plush leather armchair and admiring the wood panelling. A veritable labyrinth comprising a bar and dining rooms, plus many charming areas, can be booked for all manner of entertaining or functions.
Boot and Flogger in London is a 5-minute walk from London Bridge Tube Station. The illustrious Shard is just a 7-minute walk away.