Situated in its own secluded courtyard, the contemporary Heeltap bar in London Bridge is a relaxed city stop-off for classic British pub food. Close to thriving Borough Market, the Heeltap chargrill serves up tasty steaks and burgers, chock-full sharing plates and satisfyingly chunky fresh sandwiches.
The uplit Heeltap bar is modern and slick, but has plenty of comfy areas to enjoy freshly prepared dishes from its open kitchen. When the weather’s fine, enjoy an al fresco courtyard lunch and choose from a selection of sandwiches and small plates.
Piled-high Heeltap platters are made for sharing, including the meat board of BBQ pork ribs, spicy chicken wings,chopped sausages and chilli nachos. Try Heeltap’s Club sandwich with grilled chicken, avocado, tomato, lettuce and chipotle mayonnaise, or the sausage sandwich with caramelised onion.
Tempting desserts and classic sides complete the Heeltap menu, while the bar comes packed with the trademark cocktails, real ales and fine vintages found in Davy’s wine bars across town. Just off Borough High Street, Heeltap is a 5-minute walk from London Bridge Train Station.
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18. august 2017
The staff were very welcoming and did everything to make us comfortable. It was our grandson's birthday and they made him feel special which was much appreciated.
12. august 2017
Healtap were great. We were made to feel welcome in arrival, the food came quickly and was really tasty and the service was excellent. Light and airy pub. One of our main meals took a few minutes to come and, when it did, it arrived with a complimentary drink by way of apology. Not necessary yet a lovely touch. We'd definitely recommend.
16. februar 2017
Great atmosphere - attentive service. Fantastic cocktails - menu served everyone in my party of 5 all who had different diets. Could have easily spent all evening there too if it weren't for a prior engagement. ?