Elliot’s cafe has been a favourite of ours since opening its doors several years ago in the beautiful surroundings of Borough Market. Over the years the restaurant has received critical acclaim for their take on some staple dishes such as their cheese burger, cauliflower and cheese and apple crumble.
The cooking at Elliot’s cafe can generally be described as comfort British cooking and the cooking at Elliot’s is goo-ood! We love hanging around the market during the weekend and hitting Elliot’s up for some of that good ole cooking. The produce is freshly sourced from the vendors at the market and the chefs are not afraid of experimenting with less common flavour combinations.
When we visited Elliot’s cafe we tried the following dishes:
- Steak tartare and crisps (8/10)
- Crab on toast (9/10)
- Scallops and herb butter (8/10)
- Squid, cauliflower and curry (7.5/10)
- Short rib Ongelet (7.5/10)
- Megrim sole (8.5/10)
- Carrot and blood orange salad (7.5/10)
- Cheese burger (9/10)
- Kale (8.5/10)
- Yogurt, chocolate & honey comb (9/10)
- Pig’s head Kromeneski (9/10)
- Rhubarb trifle (8/10)
The total bill at Elliot’s cafe came to £148 (including service charge, 4 coffees and three pear juices).
Food rating for Elliot’s cafe: 8/10
Service rating for Elliot’s cafe: 8/10
Overall rating for Elliot’s cafe: 8/10