eat, drink & relax
Elephant Park is ideally located in an historic area with an established and diverse local community. It offers access to a buzzing restaurant scene that brings together diverse local cuisines from the far corners of the world. Here, the food is as colourful and expressive as you could wish for. Presentation and flavour pairings reflect a heady mix of global cultures, stretching from Eastern Europe all the way to Latin America
Opening as the first permanent retailer at Elephant Park in 2018, Hej (pronounced Hey) quickly set a high standard for friendly service and incredibly tasty food and coffee.
“Simply, we’re proper coffee geeks. We make coffee with love and care, roasting small batches of beans on site so we can experiment. That does mean first come, first served though; if it’s gone, it’s gone.”
Roasting their own coffee beans means Hej can provide some truly magnificent small batch blends, meaning its strictly first come first service for the finest coffee. The incredible coffee is paired beautifully with a smorgasbord of fresh, healthy food and drink.
Overnight oats for breakfast, and open sandwiches, salads and baguettes for lunch. At night, it’s meatballs, craft beer and sharing plates. Not forgetting our favourite meal – long weekend brunches with a Mimosa and blockbusting flat white.
53 Mansfield Point
London SE17 1BA
Monday – Thursday: 8AM – 6PM
Friday: 8AM – 8PM
Saturday: 9AM – 8PM
Sunday: 9AM – 6PM
- Free Wi-Fi
- Dog friendly
- Wheelchair accessible
- Licensed bar
- Outdoor seating
- Working roastery
Following a successful 14 months at the Artworks Elephant, Dima Beautiful was the first retailer to open its doors on Sayer Street, Southwark’s and Elephant Park’s newest street featuring local and independent businesses.
“I’m extremely excited to be opening Dima Beautiful in Elephant Park. I’m aiming to offer customers a pampering experience whether they’re simply popping in for an express treatment or spending the whole morning or afternoon with us.”
Offering a wide range of unisex services including: waxing; manicures and pedicures; eyelash extensions; massage; high-definition brows; and hair treatments at the salon’s blow-dry bar.
Customers can give their feet some attention can sit back and relax in one of Dima Beautiful’s luxurious pedicure ‘thrones’ with the opportunity to indulge in a glass of prosecco.
Visit www.dimabeautiful.com to book your treatment today
4 Sayer Street
Monday – CLOSED
Tuesday: 11AM – 8PM
Wednesday: 11AM – 6PM
Thursday: 11AM – 9PM
Friday: 11AM – 9PM
Saturday: 10AM – 6PM
Sunday: 11AM – 5PM
Mercato Metropolitano’s new pop-up, The Kiosk, is now open on the corner of Sayer Street and Heygate Street.
Specialising in premium Italian coffee and delicious Italian fare, The Kiosk features a range of hot and cold drinks, snacks and light meals. Freshly-made pastries are on offer including croissants, cannoli and aragostines. Lunchtimes are also well-catered for, with a selection of salads, sandwiches, arancini and lasagnes available.
Head on down to the corner of Heygate Street and Sayer Street to get a tasty preview of what will be on offer when MM Factory opens on Sayer Street later this year
Elephant & Castle
Mon – Saturday 7AM – 5PM
- Premium Italian Coffee
- Hot & cold drinks
- Light Meals
explore the elephant and beyond
In an area which is constantly changing, be sure to keep up to date with what’s happening in the surrounding area using the map below.
At Elephant Park, we cultivated the next generation of local cafes, restaurants and businesses in our pop-up retail space for start-up and creative businesses. The Artworks Elephant located on Elephant Road, at the northern end of the Elephant Park site, hosted a variety of delicious street foods, art and craft studios, fashion and more.
Sadly, The Artworks is now closed. Find more information and hear about the good times here.
Lost Rivers Elephant was a pop up entertainment space located next to Artworks Elephant. Constructed from recycled shipping containers this versatile, split level venue hosted live bands, DJs, art shows, comedy nights, urban theatre and unique popups.
As planned, Lost Rivers has now closed as part of the Artworks Elephant community space.
For more information about Lost Rivers visit: www.lostriverselephant.com