Excellent food and warm atmosphere
Here at The Rosemary, you’ll enjoy home-made Hungarian food in a cosy atmosphere while Mihaly Herczeg, the owner and his friendly team serves you with heart and soul.
Farm to table
We make all the food ourselves. From bread to cottage cheese, soups and sauces, noodles and pancakes, we make it all from scratch, so we can ensure you’ll say “Mmmmmm, it was the best I have ever had.” every time you dine here. We source the finest organic ingredients from carefully selected certified organic farms.
We are happy to help you choose from the list of genuine and authentic Hungarian specialties like goulash, lecso (Ratatouille), chicken paprikas, stuffed cabbage, gipsy roast, somloi (sponge cake) and many more. The menu comes complete with an extensive selection of organic wines curated by the sought-after sommelier, Roland Szimeiszter.
Caring for our guests and the environment
Mihaly ‒ featured in the book Lost in London by Lucy Scott ‒ and his business partner, Jozsef are popular figures of the community supporting local causes and events. They used to run a garden centre and then a high-end pub before opening Rosemary. Jozsef majored in vinery at university and has a key role in laying the foundations of the restaurant’s rich wine offering.
Coming from a long line of Hungarian farmers, Mihaly respects the nature and our environment. The restaurant’s facade is an impressive green wall, while inside we grow a lot of plants and set up an aquaponics system (come to see it and Mihaly will tell you how it works.)
Open for the community and the world
We are Hungarian but multicultural and open for the world; we often have events ranging from tango evenings to concerts. We are also happy to be the be the venue for your next family reunion, celebration, party, or business event. We are 14 minutes from London Bridge; a few minutes walk from New Cross Gate Overground station.
The best reward for our passionate work is the fantastic feedback from our guests and the huge number of five-star reviews (4,9 out of 5 on Facebook based on 276 reviews). Try it for yourself: come for a romantic dinner, a family lunch, an after-work gathering – we create a unique experience every time you visit us.
We are in the press
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The Rosemary and the owners featured in the May 2019 edition of Forbes magazine.
Time Out London
Our Lecso (Ratatouille) was listed on Time Out as the 11th of the 80 best international dishes.
Lost in London
Mihaly, the owner was featured in the book Lost in London available in the Museum of London.
The Rosemary has been featured on Cooksister blog and social media
we are closed
FRIDAY – SATURDAY – SUNDAY
12.00 – 23.00