Published on : Wednesday, August 2, 2017
It will have authentic British cuisine and locally-sourced produce, the restaurant and cocktail bar is just a walk away from the Tower of London and Tower bridge.
The place is ideal for the natives and tourists to enjoy a meal with family and friends. Business meeting can also be held in the space encompassing the cocktail bar and terrace area that has a leafy green canopy and bright aspect out onto the Seething lane.
The name of the restaurant is inspired from Seething Lane’s illustrious former resident and his favourite dish.
Samuel Pepys a renowned MP for his 17 th century diary that tells about the capital at that time including two of its documented events the Great Fire of London and the plague.
The lamprey pye is one of the dish that stands out and is described as the most rare in a selection he devours at one of his famous feasts.
Edward Smith will lead the kitchen at The Lampery and the signature dishes will be London Particular, a thick pea and ham soup inspired by the ‘peasouper’ fogs that used to engulf London, and The Lampery Pye, a new take on a classic made with slow braised beef cheek and prunes.
The menu will remain flexible as per the season and will have the most flavoursome platter.
Guests can grab lighter bites from lunchtime onwards in the bar and terrace. ‘Rarebit’ crumpet bread, treacle pickled quail’s eggs, black pepper & thyme sausage rolls with homemade ketchup and white asparagus with almond mayonnaise are a few items to mention.
Lampery terrace can be visited by guests to enjoy breakfast daily with the choice of smaller dishes such as scotch oats with a side of apricot & cardamom or sourdough toast with London honey.
The Lampery has a passion for British ingredients with its location in the heart of one of London’s most historic neighbourhoods, Tower Bridge. It is a perfect destination for a celebration, a long lingering dinner with friends or work lunch.