Just opened: Edwins, London

28 March 2014
Just opened: Edwins, London

A small upstairs brasserie from the team behind pubs The Roebuck, The Montpelier and The Trinity (which is downstairs). Named in honour of Victorian publican Edwin Brady, who ran the site from 1883 as a pub and curiosities shop before being forced to close after a complaint about "obscene" adverts.

Opened 17 March
Owners Shane Ranasinghe, Michael Robinson, Isaac Tooby and Neil Watson of Parched Pubs
General manager Isaac Tooby
Head chef Selim Massouf
Designer Parched Pubs partners
Average spend £30
Capacity 40
Typical dishes Steak tartare; clams and mussels with chilli and garlic; rabbit with polenta and parmesan cheese; grilled seafood bouillabaisse; and gnocchi with Somerset blue cheese
Typical drinks Wine selection and extensive cocktail menu, such as the Rosie'n'Gin, with gin, pineapple juice and rosemary; the Juneport Fizz with gin, ruby port and lemon juice; and the Bourbon & Ginger Flip, with bourbon, ginger, egg and cream
Address 202-206 Borough High Street, London SE1 1JX
Telephone 0207 403 9913

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