One month after the terror attack on London Bridge, and the bell is well and truly ringing to announce traders and restaurants are back up and running. Following the events last month, it was no wonder that all eyes turned to Borough Market with many Londoners coming together to support the foodie hub and ensure the tragedy was overlooked and business resumed as normal.

I paid a visit to the site one week after the event and was reminded of the sheer number of spots on offer at this site. I’ve been to Borough Market thousands of times – but it still amazes me to see a new bar or restaurant there every time I visit. It’s thriving and there’s no stopping it.

The best spots are the ones that make you feel well and truly at home. Sure, the area is a tourist haven, but it’s also a “Londoner’s” spot. So, some key spots are listed below if you’re in the area and feeling peckish:

El Pastor

Fancy Tacos al pastor and South American–inspired food & drinks served in buzzy, vibrant digs? El Pastor is for you

Lupins 

A classic British restaurant in the centre of popular, Flat Iron Square

Brindisa

Authentic Spanish cuisine in the heart of London

Elliots

A firm favourite of Londoners, this traditional café focusses on doing the basics well

Hawksmoor 

The best steak restaurant in London has now hit Borough! Located in a former hops warehouse, the setting is the perfect accompaniment to your Chateaubriand