Overview

LASSCO Ropewalk consists of seven Victorian railway arches that range 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 over the last twenty years to include an iconic street market and two bars.

The two bars that call Ropewalk home are Bar Tozino a Spanish bodega and jamoneria and Little Bird Gin‘s pop up cocktail bar. Both were designed, built, decorated and are endorsed by LASSCO.

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How to get there

BY ROAD

We are just outside the congestion zone (for details on those areas included within the zone see www.cclondon.com) From Tower Bridge, drive south down Tower Bridge Road, under the bridge, and turn left onto Tanner Street. Take the third road on the right onto Maltby Street and then the first left onto Millstream Road.

BY TUBE

We are a ten-minute walk from London Bridge, Bermondsey or Tower Hill.

ON FOOT

From London Bridge Station, enter Tooley Street walking towards Tower Bridge. Turn right at the junction with Tower Bridge Road, head south, continuing under the railway bridge and turn left onto Tanner Street, third right onto Maltby Street. From Tower Hill, cross Tower Bridge, follow the road south under the bridge and continue as above.  From Bermondsey, walk west along Jamaica Road, turn right onto Abbey Street, pass under the bridge and turn right onto Maltby Street and right again onto Millstream Road.

Ropewalk News

This Friday: Christmas Market at Maltby Street

  With Christmas just around the corner there are festive markets popping up all over London, but there are none as picturesque as LASSCO’s Maltby Street Market. With festooned fairy lights draped down the full length of the Ropewalk, Christmas trees adorning every nook and wreaths draped artfully over vintage market stalls. Prepare to be…

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Occasionally our specialists discover a selection of items that deserve longer in the spotlight than our Latest Stock page allows. This time around mid century expert Pete Navey, has brought to your attention a selection of midcentury candle stick holders produced in Europe and the United Kingdom, that epitomise the design language of that period.   _…

Weddings at Brunswick House

Let Vauxhall’s sole surviving Georgian Mansion form an atmospheric back drop to your special day. Eat and drink within magnificent rooms, where both the menu and the interiors are fascinating and constantly evolving.

Carpenter's Workshop

The Carpenter’s Workshop is an active joinery and woodworking space that doubles as a unique location perfectly suited for photoshoots, creative tutorials, crafting events, informal dining or parties.

The Workshop is on Maltby Street Market, London’s most picturesque street food market, which means you will be spoilt for catering choices. Go with any of our preferred caterers and they’ll take care of the all your food and drink requirements.

During the colder months the space has heat lamps and thick timber doors to keep the cold out and during the summer guest are welcome to spill out onto the Ropewalk.

Unfortunately due to the weekend market we cannot take bookings on Saturday or Sunday.

Plan & Capacity

– Available Tuesday to Friday

– Dining, up to 40 seated

– Drinks Receptions, up to 45 standing

– Exhibitions and workshops, up to 40 seated or standing

 

 

The Carpenter’s Workshop packages

– Full day hire hire 9am to 10.30pm, £720

– Morning hire 9am to 3.30pm, £420

– Evening hire 4pm to 10.30pm, £420

– £80 per hour

– Surcharge for using own catering, £255

– Alcohol deals and corkage to be arranged with recommended caterers

– Food and drinks minimum spends apply

 

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.

Maltby Street Market

Maltby Street Market is the weekly street food and provisions market stretching the length of our narrow Ropewalk site in Bermondsey, South East London.

From a modest start the market has grown somewhat haphazardly into inhabiting the role of both laboratory and proving ground for London’s burgeoning street food movement. Stalls are arranged along one side of a narrow private yard while bars and eateries are nestled within the seven Victorian Railway Arches that run the length of the site.

A true original, the quality and diversity of our traders is a source of particular pride to us while through a gently rotating roster of visiting stall-holders we work hard to maintain freshness and novelty.

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.

Bar Tozino

Bar Tozino Bermondsey is a hidden gem for those who love jamon and good wine, you can expect to be in for a night to remember at this Spanish-inspired restaurant and bar. With jamon literally hanging from the roof, then carved in front you, this is the place to gather your crew, order several rounds of small plates and wine and settle in for some seriously delicious fare.

The space itself features wooden furnishings, low hanging lights and an outdoor dining area which matches the menu perfectly. Speaking of, keep an eye out for Cocido de la Casa chorizo and chickpea stew; Gambas of king prawns cooked in garlic, chilli & lime and the classic tapas dishes of Patatas Bravas roasted potatoes with spicy tomato sauce & ali-oli. Located under the railway arches of Maltby Street in Bermondsey, Bar Tozino is a firm favourite for very good reason.

Weddings at Brunswick House

Let Vauxhall’s sole surviving Georgian Mansion form an atmospheric back drop to your special day. Eat and drink within magnificent rooms, where both the menu and the interiors are fascinating and constantly evolving.

Little Bird Gin

After much taste testing, feedback, fun and frivolity, Team Little Bird Gin and friends hit upon the recipe for a new London Dry Gin. Pink-grapefruit, sweet orange peel and ginger, plus seven more botanicals all contribute to our smooth citrusy taste.

Those three little words on your bottle tell you that the botanicals are natural and distilled along with the spirit to give a purer and high quality spirit. London Dry Gin means that no artificial flavourings or colourings are allowed before or after distillation.

While that term London Dry is a nod to the style of your gin, strangely, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s actually made in London too. But rest assured, Little Bird is, of course, south London born and bred in our very own distillery in Peckham Rye, London.

About Lassco

Established in London’s East End, LASSCO has dealt in reclamation and salvage since 1979. Bridging the gap between the demolition trade and architectural design, we connect customers with rescued relics that make for fascinating interiors.