• Kwan Thai, Hay's Galleria
Nice river view, basic green curry. Nothing special. Quite a bit of pandan flavour in the pandan pancake, but had to fight with the strawberry sauce. Bright and comfortable, but certainly not the most complex or refined Thai cooking.
• Fuzzy Grub's, Tooley Street
A delicious and hefty sandwich -- got mine with pork and roasted veg on good soft white bread. Couldn't do without the gravy and cracklings which livened things up considerably.
• M Manze, Tower Bridge Road
A satisfying minced meat pie, reasonably good crust and quite inexpensive. Mash was basic, and liquor was in serious need of salt.
• The Table, Southwark Street
Straightforward and lovely. Flavourful lamb rump, roasted just right. Intense roasted tomatoes, sweet shallots, richly textured potato. Would be back for other things.
• Pure Pies, near the Vault in London Bridge Station
Basic pie and mash stall. The gravy isn't bad, the pies are nice if a touch pricey, although the less than perfect ones on the right side of the display case go for less.
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