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Leather Exchange
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Address: 15, Leathermarket St, London, SE1 3HN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1594) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations London Bridge (0.4 miles), Borough (0.5 miles), Monument (0.8 miles)

Nearest DLR station Tower Gateway (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations London Bridge (0.3 miles), Elephant & Castle (0.8 miles), Cannon Street (0.9 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

Pub facilities/features:
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5 most recent reviews of 27 shown - see all reviews

Whilst the facility was occasionally used by our business and team under its previous management, we never felt it truly met our needs. Under the new management of GARY and WILL, however we feel proud to take both clients and partners there for food or drinks.
We genuinely see The Leather Exchange as an asset to the Leather Market and are regular patrons of both its inside and outside spaces. The management and staff are friendly, professional and accommodating whatever our needs and the quality of food in particular has made The Leather Exchange our first choice venue in the area our team and clients alike.
glocko - 30 Sep 2010 14:28
I go here every week as I live locally, I can't speak highly enough about it so I will post a comment I noticed below on Twitter

Post by Lib Dem Councillor Tim McNally on SE1 Twitter forum

timmcn Monday 3 May 2010 8.14pm
Yes. Have tried it last week. The new chef (since a couple of weeks ago) comes from a gastropub in the Muswell Hill area and the food is amazing...

They do a three course deal with wines carefully chosen to match the food, including very nice pudding wine, or a two course menu with a free bottle of wine.

Spoke to the owner and they really seem to be onto a winner.

Hope that doesn't mean it becomes impossible to get a table...

aroo - 8 May 2010 19:50
Atalanta Hallawell: "
" Had dinner at the LX on Friday night..........tried the herbed polenta with glazed balsamic artichokes, feta and walnuts, followed by the seabass on white bean puree and then the cheesecake (shared!). The food was fantastic......the dishes were interesting, the flavours fresh and all cooked perfectly. The food compares... extremely favourably to other local eateries such as the Garrison, Village East and Bermondsey Kitchen. The new chef, Nick, is a great addition to the LX and I can see the 'Leather Uppers' becoming a regular weekly destination for dinner. P.S. The cocktails are great too - thoroughly recommend the Raspberry Chilli Martini!!
foodie23 - 8 May 2010 16:41
Andy Thorne: "
" Working within the Leathermarket gives The Leather Exchange a certain ease for lunch, However just being convenient isn't really the reason we go there. The Owners Will and Gary are great guys, Tom, Halie and all the Staff couldn't be friendlier or more helpful, The food is always first class, i can honestly say we hav...e never had a bad meal there and the Sauvignon blanc is very tasty, we have gone through a good few bottles!!! There is always a friendly fun atmosphere and if you haven't visited yet, i would recommend you do!!!
jonny56 - 8 May 2010 16:30
A quiet Saturday night but a great little place, had a nice chat with the new manager, and although Aussie, he is all ears open to what the general customer requires and desires.
Contrary to previous posts, the music was taylored to the level of custom, and the service was suprisingly personal from the bar maid.
I would quite happily walk the 10 minutes from London Bridge to remove myself from the pretentious rubbish that borders on the city.

Nice beer, nice people......GIVE IT A GO!!!!!
booie - 7 Mar 2010 02:33

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