Like a treasure hunt with clues or a tapestry with tight intricate stitches, the menu is woven together in a way that is enticing and also practical.
Fay Maschler
Evening Standard

Some time ago we at LASSCO became aware that the compelling and historic premises that we had come to occupy could function equally well as spaces for eating, drinking and private functions. With such a happy combination of interesting buildings and the collected curiosities of forty years in the salvage and reclamation trade, it seemed a shame to turn off the lights every evening and leave our sites quiet and empty.

Thus, within all three of our premises, we decided to create spaces to eat and drink in with rooms fitted out with our own stock. Each building from which we operate has its own peculiar character and charm and each its own culinary culture as well.

The Three Pigeons Inn is a handsome and storied Coaching Inn on the Old Road from London to Oxford. It could be said to be the most diverse and eclectic of our three premises, as the spacious Inn and extended grounds allows for all manner of stock to be presented. From its newly enhanced kitchen the Three Pigeons also boasts a simple yet refined menu packed with locally sourced ingredients and seasonal produce. It is also licensed for music and live-entertainment.

LASSCO Ropewalk consists of seven Victorian railway arches ranged along an enclosed and private yard in Bermondsey, South East London. Equidistant from London Bridge and Bermondsey Underground stations and sited on an old Rope Walk, the yard has grown slowly over the last twenty years to include industrial lighting, reclaimed and historic flooring and all sorts of modern salvage. In common with our other sites LASSCO Ropewalk now has a fully catered bar and restaurant with a dedicated kitchen and staff.

Brunswick House is a large Georgian town house in Vauxhall, South London. It began life as the home to Frederick William, ‘Black Duke’ of Brunswick, known as the ‘German Xenophon’ for his daring and defiant years of battle with Napoleon I. A history spanning almost three centuries looked to be coming to a sorry end before LASSCO rescued the building from dereliction and perhaps demolition. Now the prominent landmark site functons as a showroom for LASSCO salvage and fine furniture. A true treasure house of period fuxtures and fittings, since 2010 the mansion has also hosted the Brunswick House Cafe, a critically acclaimed restaurant and bar. The house is also designed for the hosting of weddings, functions or private meetings of any description.

Venues & Events

From small private meetings to magnificent weddings, we work with our guests to design events that are both memorable and personal. All catered for by our critically acclaimed kitchens.