Restaurant Review: Provisioners Restaurant. Homeboy and I enjoyed a relaxing brunch here one Sunday morning. If you’re looking for places to eat brunch near Tower Bridge, weekend brunch SE1 or Dixon Hotel restaurants, try the Provisioners Restaurant.
“A relaxing restaurant where you can enjoy a leisurely weekend brunch right near Tower Bridge,” Homegirl London
Provisioners Restaurant Weekend Brunch Menu
Homeboy and I were wandering around deciding where to eat brunch when I remembered about the Provisioners restaurant at the back of the Dixon Hotel. They have a really nice selection of options so I’m sure you’ll find something to tempt you. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 12 pm until 4 pm.
I decided on the Provisioner’s Flatbread. This featured avocado, fried eggs (which I asked to be well done), crispy halloumi (or bacon for meat eaters), Crème Fraiche and a wonderful tomato jam. This was all presented on top of a flatbread and the end result tasted pretty good.
Homeboy loves Mexican breakfasts, so he went straight for the Huevos Divoroiados which translated means Divorced Eggs! This comprised of corn tortillas with fried eggs on top (well done), one with green tomatillo sauce and the other with red guajillo sauce. A helping of black beans on the plate made Homeboy very happy.
Other dishes included The Works which is a fry up using the best ingredients. You get eggs, a Toulouse sausage, back bacon, black pudding, mushroom, tomato, beans and bubble and squeak. The Vegan Fry Up sounded tempting with Moroccan spiced cauliflower, avocado mash, spinach and wild mushroom. Otherwise, you can try the Smoked Haddock Fish Cake, Spiced Roti Florentine, Black Pudding and Pork Belly Roti or Black Rice and Pomegranate Salad.
We shared the French Toast which was very satisfying. It was topped with raspberries, blackberries and a big dollop of mascarpone, yummy! Brunch dishes are priced £9.50-18.50. They also serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails. The coffee is called Shakedown and the beans are roasted in small batches on the premises so make sure you order a cup or two.
Provisioners Restaurant Interiors
The restaurant interior is contemporary and calm. It’s a relaxing place to hang out especially for weekend brunch. There are a few different zones with a coffee bar area and dining space. The walls are part tiled, the floor a warm colour wood and pops of blues, pinks and greens come from upholstered dining chairs.
Provisioners Restaurant Information
To find out more about the restaurant go to the Provisioners Website. The restaurant address is 4 Queen Elizabeth Street, London SE1 2LL. If you locate Tower Bridge, the restaurant is close by. The nearest station is London Bridge or Bermondsey, alternatively travel to Tower Hill and walk over Tower Bridge. The restaurant is located at the back of The Dixon Hotel. The hotel entrance is on Tooley Street. I hope you enjoy your brunch!
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London, the photograph of the interiors is from the Provisioners website. Thanks: Homeboy for dining with me.