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Boot and Flogger, Southwark

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Recommended RestaurantReview Boot and Flogger
10-20 Redcross Way

Phone: 02074071184

Nearest TubestationSouthwark
Venture into the past at Boot and Flogger, opened in 1964 and decked out with old-style furniture and fashionably-worn wood panelling. Dine on smoked fish and succulent meats, and choose from the exquisite wine list that Davy's is renowned for, offering fulsome blends by the glass and bottle. A separate fine wines list allows for indulgence, with special vintage labels. Relax in an extravagant leather armchair or sip in the sun on the outdoor patio.
Boot and Flogger was opened in 1964 by John Davy Free Vintner and is famous for its Wines. Interiors are of wood paneling and soft leather armchairs reflect the charm that runs throughout. Dishes include Fresh white crab meat, Chilled Gazpacho and Cured Ox tongue. Drinks include Pinot Grigio, Puligny Montrachet, 1er Cru Dom Sauzet and Santenay Vieilles Vignes. Private dining room is available for Private functions.

Average Price

Main Course £11
Three Course Meal £22

Open hours

Monday to Sunday: 11:00 - 20:00.


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email bootandflogger@davy.co.uk

website www.davy.co.uk


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