Anise and Coriander

Anise & Coriander are converted Victorian spice warehouses, built in around 1873 which were named after the goods that were stored there. After the conversion was completed, it is said that the first residents could smell the spice in the brickwork, having infused the smell for a hundred years. The conversion shows off original brickwork and beams in the interior, while little of the exterior look of the building has changed, ensuring that it blends into its historic environment. On the corner of Shad Thames, Anise & Coriander are in a much sought after location near the river and in close proximity to the City. It also benefits from easy access to Borough Market, the South Bank and London Bridge.