Flor, in Borough Market, comes with serious credentials; after all, it’s the long-awaited little sister to the Michelin-starred Lyle’s. Its ground-floor wine bar doubles as a bakery, already known for its sourdough; supplies are limited, so invest in a loaf on arrival. Stools—reserved for walk-ins—line the window and marble counter, which overlooks the kitchen (tiny is an understatement; even four chefs seems a squeeze). Up a spiral staircase, the dining room is surprisingly calm, with a double-height ceiling, bare brick walls, and petrol-blue banquettes.
How is this business handling reopening?
Patio dining with many heat lamps and staff all had mask on and clean none stop.
What it is like to have your first date in this place?
If you pickup you would need to bring your food home or take it somewhere else to eat it.
Very delicious and easy to order and pick up. We will definitely do it again. There are so many yummy looking items to try. Reasonable prices, too.