Welcoming new restaurants and cafes to Elephant & Castle

Elephant Park, London’s newest food destination, opens new restaurants and cafés in Elephant & Castle this spring.

Food and drink
  • 19 May 2021

If you’re wondering where to eat near Elephant & Castle, London’s newest food destination Elephant Park is the place to go this spring. It’s set to open new wellness offerings alongside restaurants and cafés in Elephant & Castle in spring 2021. 

Sayer Street in Elephant & Castle sits at the heart of Elephant Park where the focus has always been on local providers. The impressive line-up already at offers a range of international cuisines to reflect the lively character of this diverse neighbourhood. The new restaurants in Elephant & Castle will add to what’s already a desirable food scene south of the river and bring new wellness options for the local community.

Lebanese favourite Bayroot is already well established in South London and we’re excited that it will soon serve its vibrant food on Sayer Street upon opening. Authentic flavours mix with street food favourites in a traditional coffee shop setting - think mezze, grilled meats and wraps. The menu highlight has got to be the mouth-watering middle eastern meats grilled over traditional wood charcoal. But everyone is catered for – they also offer inventive vegetarian- and vegan-friendly dishes.

Opening its fifth South London eatery at Elephant Park, Four Hundred Rabbits is inspired by Aztec folklore and has a passion for beer and sourdough pizza. It’s a place for people to come together and eat well – for friends and family to enjoy time to laugh, love, and party. 

Mercato Metropolitano will also open MMy which will create fresh and locally sourced meals in its artisan kitchen at Elephant Park. It will also be home to its café in Elephant & Castle where you can enjoy sweet or savoury pastries accompanied by coffee that’s been ethically sourced.

Offering a wealth of culinary inspiration, Kiki & Miu Miu is an oriental food market specialising in Chinese, Japanese and Korean ingredients. With its own bakery, it also caters for your regular grocery needs - we can’t wait until it opens!

Elephant Park is also welcoming yoga and Pilates this spring with new studio launches from MoreYoga and Tempo Pilates.  Combining reformer Pilates and awesome music, Tempo Pilates offers a fresh, upbeat approach to leave riders full of endorphins. With 33 studios across London, MoreYoga provides classes in convenient locations to over 10,000 people every week.

Follow @elephantparklondon to find out more about opening times and booking requirements as they’re announced.