A traditional Munich-style beer hall in the heart of London. Swing by for sausages, pretzels and beer served in pleasingly metric glasses.
Craft beers, fancy pizzas and bottomless brunches make this ping-pong venue a destination for locals and visitors alike.
Replacing the pop-up bar in Tower Bridge, this Bermondsey Street bar is the perfect place for a craft beer, a doodle, and perhaps a little ping pong.
Fresh, delicious and super affordable, Daily Fresh Naan is a surefire winner, whether you're looking for a filling lunch or an late night snack
Open super late most nights, this curry house is a reliable (and affordable) post-pub food destination.
This Sri Lankan and southern Indian curry house is a cheapo favourite. If you can find room, it's well worth working your way through the starter menu.
Proof that you can't judge a curry house by its cover, Dosa n Chutny is among London's finest. See our guide to curry in Tooting for a full review.
An outstanding affordable curry joint, with free delivery on orders over £15 to boot. For a full review, check our guide to the best curries in Tooting
A well-known West End Theatre, currently showing Book of Mormon—one of the City's most popular Musicals. See our guide for advice on cheap tickets!
The Hayward Gallery is an art gallery within the Southbank Centre in central London.
A bar and gallery nestled underneath Peckham Rye station.
Legendary family run Irish pub, with bags of charm inside more than compensating for the crumbling facade.
A forward-thinking pub with a wide selection of interesting beers, ciders and other drinks. Also known for live comedy nights twice a week.
A no-nonsense ale and cider pub, with a rapidly changing selection of guest beers on tap. Seemingly one of London's few remaining cash-only pubs.