Falling under the Borough of Lambeth, South Lambeth is positioned close to Charing Cross and is a place with plenty of rich history, having been recorded as far back as 1241 as Sutlamehethe. The Lambeth area in general named after the original purpose of the area, South Lambeth was where lambs were shipped to and from. South Lambeth today is a culturally diverse area and offers a range of modern facilities and amenities. It is close to a variety of sights and attractions such as the Tate Britain and the Garden Museum to name but a few.
A variety of businesses and professionals call South Lambeth home and there are various executive suites and retail spaces designed to cater for these businesses. Some of the business types and professionals that you will find in the area include design consultants, antique dealers, public relations consultants, theatre companies, and publishers.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You will find an array of entertainment on your doorstep in South Lambert, so you won’t have to go far to have fun. You can enjoy a show at the White Bear Theatre, take in classical music at Westminster Cathedral or head to The Slug & Lettuce for an evening of comedy. A great choice of restaurants means that you can find all sorts of cuisine in and around South Lambert. You can enjoy a taste of the Med at Aqua River Brasserie, choose from a range of vegetarian dishes at the Bonnington Centre Café or sample South Asian cuisine at The Coriander.
There are good transport links in and around South Lambert. You can access the underground network from Vauxhall and Oval tube stations while mainline services can be accessed from Vauxhall and Queenstown Road railways stations. Car parking facilities in the area provide convenience for driver and for those who are relying on over ground transportation there are plenty of bus and taxi services in the area.