We were out having drinks around Borough Market last night and wanted somewhere nice and cosy to eat some hearty, winter-warming food (it was really chilly outside).
The huge red cow on the roof of Black & Blue won us over. Yep a roof-top cow lured us in. Oh and the steaks and gourmet burgers on the menu appealed too.
The restaurant was packed, with a 40 minute wait for a table (not surprising on a Friday night in the City) which we spent in the busy bar with a bottle of rioja @ £26.00, reading the menu.
K was slightly tempted to order the foie gras starter. But after a conversation about how much we like geese and don’t like the idea of force-feeding – or any form of cruelty to – animals, he soon went off the idea.
We both ordered a classic hamburger prepared by Black + Blue’s own butchers (Jefferies of Kingston) made with prime Scottish beef, grilled medium rare with crispy bacon and melted cheese, and served with fries @ £14.00
It was a nice enough burger with bog-standard fries (nothing out of the ordinary but it ‘hit the spot’ and filled us).
More of the Menu
~ Lardbutty rating: 3.5 / 5
~ Type: British, international
~ Address: 1-2 Rochester Walk, Borough Market, London (+ more branches)
~ Postcode: SE1 9AF
~ Tel: 020 7357 9922
~ e: firstname.lastname@example.org
~ Nearest station: London Bridge
~ Website + menus: Black + Blue website
~ Photos on flickr: images of Black + Blue food
~ facebook page: Black + Blue on facebook
~ Location: Black + Blue map
Filed under: British, International, LardButty food / restaurant reviews Tagged: | 3 / 5, 3/5, Black + Blue, Black and Blue, Borough Market, burgers, foie gras, Jefferies butchers, Lardbutty, London, London Bridge, Rochester Walk, SE1 9AF, south east London, steak