The Watch House gets its name from its original site, which is based in a 19th century graveyard watch house. The Tower Bridge location, however, is housed is a former spice factory. Acid stained polished concrete floors, booths warmly lit by pendant lightings and whitewashed walls create a relaxed atmosphere reminiscent of the building’s industrious past.
Customers are welcomed by a mouth-watering display of sandwiches and sweet and savoury pastries, which complement the daily speciality coffee. A brunch menu is also available, with signature dishes such as eggs royale with beetroot hollandaise, and guests can opt for a boozy brunch and try the flavourful cocktails.
This spot attracts nearby residents, workers and tourists alike, many of whom take away their morning caffeine fix and a breakfast treat. Weekdays see meetings and laptops, while the weekend atmosphere suits a relaxed brunch.
With beetroot hollandaise