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Bar Douro

  • London Bridge
  • After Work
  • ££

Bright bar space with interesting Portuguese native wines and plates.


Arch 35B, Flat Iron Square, 66 Union Street, London, SE1 1TD
+44 (0) 20 7378 0524
Opening Times
Mon-Sat 12.00-23.30
Sun 12.00-17.00


  • The Guardian

    The Guardian Says…

    I’m just off the plane from Lisbon when I find myself (with some difficulty: it’s hidden away in Bankside’s new Flat Iron Square complex) in Bar Douro. Portuguese is one of the most under-rated cuisines, dismissed by many as an endless array of stringy piri-piri chicken and salty, swampy stews reeking of too much coriander. But I’ve come back thrilled at the beauty of the city and starry-eyed about the food, head filled with vaguely erotic thoughts of oozing, whiffy cheeses and nutty, fat-marbled hams, of seafood, sweet and pristine, of alluring chips, yellow from their dip in seething, fragrant local olive oil.

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  • Conde Nast Traveller

    Conde Nast Traveller Says…

    The blocks in the shadow of the Shard have been growing their restaurant credentials of late: constant queues for homemade pasta at Padella in Borough Market; critics going wild for seawater-based pizza at O'Ver. And now a new Portuguese restaurant inspired by the cervejarias of Porto and Lisbon is further adding to its appeal. Bar Douro is located in Flat Iron Square, a new foodie hub under fairy-lit railway arches where an after-work crowd sinks pitchers of beer. Adding to the buzz is live music venue Omeara, opened by Mumford and Sons' Ben Lovett.

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  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    A stylish Portuguese joint at Flat Iron Square. Bar Douro – a stylish spot bringing Portuguese small plates to Southwark’s Flat Iron Square – makes a great first impression. Design-wise, the attention to detail is marvellous, with a broad open kitchen, two shiny marble counters lined with stools and some lovely tiled walls, like those you see in Lisbon and Porto. It’s a gorgeous space to while away an evening over a bottle of vino.

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