Seasonal British tasting plates with a sunshine influence.

Nestled among the historic streets of London’s SE1, Lupins offers the best of traditional British fayre with a contemporary twist.

We’re just a five-minute walk from London Bridge station through Borough Market and a stone’s throw from South Bank.

Our chefs work with top-quality seasonal native ingredients, from Cornish oysters to Welsh lamb, add a little sunny flavour from around the world and serve as small plates designed for sharing continental style.

Join us on the casual kitchen counter or upstairs in our intimate dining room.

Lupins was opened in May 2017 by British chefs Lucy Pedder and Natasha Cooke.
‘This is a find… Spring onions dredged in cornmeal and fried until the green spears are pleasingly almost-scorched… what genius is this? Utterly simple, completely seductive’ 
Marina O’Loughlin for The Guardian
‘Outstanding… 9 out of 10. Roasted hake, perfect in every regard but made genuinely historic by its cushion of rich, fiery risotto, swollen with the heat and fatness of ’nduja and curls of shaved Coolea… So good.'
Giles Coren for The Times
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