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Tanner & Co, London

50 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UD, UK
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4 Star Rating
30 December 2015Tanner and Co
Tags: London, UK, British reviewsThe Bill: £39 per head
 

A former tannery located in the hipster area of Bermondsey Street, Tanner and Co is an ideal choice if you’re looking for a casual dining experience with a lively atmosphere. There are some large booths, so it’s an ideal pace for large groups to celebrate and socialise. There is also a large courtyard area outside with fairy lights and heaters for those who are brave enough to step outside during the winter months.

We started the evening with pre-dinner cocktails. I sampled the ‘Bermondsey Street Bootleg’, a strong and delicious cocktail mixed with Tanqueray Gin, Apricot Brandy, Sauvignon Blanc, Rose and Hibiscus Syrup. My partner sampled the ‘Southwark Summer Cup’, which comprised of Sage and Pear Infused Gin, Aperol, Vermouth, Cranberry and Soda. The Sage and Pear infused Gin gave this cocktail a rewardingly unique flavour.

To begin we ordered the Classic Prawn Cocktail and Buttered Loaf. A nice take on a classic dish, the Prawns tasted fresh and flavoursome. We also ordered the Smooth Chicken Jam Jar with Spiced Chutney. Another delicious dish, and we were excited to move on to your main courses.

“Tanner and Co is an ideal choice if you’re looking for a casual dining experience.”

Moving on, we ordered the Lamb Rump, with Roast Vegetable Stew and a perfectly plump Jacket Potato. The Lamb was tender and cooked just right, I can’t fault this dish. My partner ordered the 28 day dry aged Cumbrian Rib Eye Steak with Chips and Béarnaise Sauce. Dry aged steaks have a texture and flavour that other steaks cannot match. It was incredibly juicy and flavoursome. We added sides of winter’s Slaw with Red Cabbage, and Carrot and Fennel.

We couldn’t manage dessert on this occasion, However we did enjoy a bottle of 2013, Springfield Estate Whole Berry Cabernet Sauvignon. A smooth, full-bodied wine that went down very well with all our courses.

We had an enjoyable evening at Tanner and Co and can safely say, you won’t leave disappointed.

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