There are plenty of places to eat and drink on campus and in the surrounding area catering for different tastes and budgets.

Students chatting in the Student's Union bar


Named after the Antarctic explorer and former St George’s student Edward Wilson (1872-1912), Eddie’s offers an all-day breakfast, hot and cold lunches, cakes and pastries, coffee, smoothies and a whole lot more to tempt your taste buds. You can relax on the leather sofas, watch TV and enjoy the food.

Run by staff chosen by the Students' Union, all profits go back to the Union.  


At Peabodys you can sit out on the terrace when the sun is shining and enjoy their range of sandwiches, paninis, muffins and pastries, coffees, teas, cold drinks and more.

School shop

You can buy cold drinks, sweets, sandwiches (including Halal), ice cream and a lot more from the school shop as you drop in for your stationery, books, cards, stamps and other shopping.

Mitie restaurant

Mitie restaurant serves hospital and University staff, patients and students. It provides a wide range of good-value hot and cold meals, snacks and drinks throughout the day, starting with breakfast.

Students’ Union Bar

Just along the corridor from Eddie's is the Students' Union Bar, which features plasma screens, pool tables and a large dance floor area. Drinks are cheap, and any profits go back to the Students' Union.

Food and drink in the local area

Five minutes' walk from St George’s is Tooting High Street/Tooting Broadway with local and chain coffee shops, cafes and eateries as well as a growing number of gastro pubs. And if you like a spicy dish, Tooting rivals Brick Lane for its choice of Indian restaurants.

Chez Bruce is one of London's top restaurants and if you have a special occasion to celebrate it is handy for our halls of residence.

Last Updated: Friday, 09 October 2015 13:37