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What’s New in SE16: Leadbelly’s
The Kitchen offers great food for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner in a relaxed and laid back space. The kitchen team is led by Head Chef Daniel Heffernan. The bar offers signature cocktails & all the classics, an extensive wine list of delicious old & new world wines and a huge craft beer selection served on draught, in bottles and in cans.
Leadbelly’s , Montreal House, Market Square, SE16 7AQ. 07934 954 065, leadbellysbar.co.uk
More What’s New in SE16 info

Rotherhithe Leisure 
Cinema:
Odeon Surrey Quays
City Farm:
Surrey Docks Farm
Gallery:
CGP
Museum: 
Brunel Museum Thames Tunnel

Rotherhithe  Independent Shops
SE16 has a fine selection of independent shops, bars and cafes as shown on the following street guides:
Jamaica Road Guide
Lower Road Guide

 

Rotherhithe Property Guide
Use our unique local Property Guide to locate the best roads to let or buy in Rotherhithe, Canada Water and Surrey Quays, SE16 
Rotherhithe History Guide
Visit our illustrated Rotherhithe History Guide covering these periods: Roman, Mediaeval. Tudor,  Stuart, Georgian, Regency, Victorian, Edwardian and Modern. Features include period maps, prints and photos plus recommended local history books
 

 

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