Surrounded by green space, Bromley is a quiet borough within easy reach of central London. Local rail stations ensure regular connections to London Victoria, and journey time is around 20 minutes. Restaurants in Bromley include a strong selection of British and European venues, with a smattering of international cuisines, too.
As this is a primarily residential area, Bromley restaurants tend towards the informal and family friendly, whilst still retaining the elegant style you’d expect from eateries in the capital. A prime purveyor of this relaxed style is Barrel & Horn, a popular gastro pub just minutes from Bromley North rail station on foot. Rustic and quirky décor with comfy sofas and armchairs make for an inviting atmosphere. There’s even a baby grand piano. On the menu, look out for home-cooked comfort dishes like toad in the hole and Eton mess.
For something altogether more continental, head to Ferrari’s, an Italian favourite located just a hop, skip and jump from Bromley North Rail Station. Menus here are all about classic Italian dishes crafted from locally sourced ingredients. The pizzas at Ferrari’s come highly recommended, baked in a traditional oven imported all the way from Italy.