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OXO Tower Brasserie
OXO Tower Wharf, Barge House Street, South Bank, London
|Address:|| Barge House Street|
|Map:||Map & nearby|
020 7803 3888
Mon-Sat: 12 noon-11pm
Sun: 12 noon-10pm
|Facilities & Info:|
- Party bookings accepted
- Private hire available
- Booking advisable
- Disabled access/facilities
- Children welcome
- Credit cards accepted
- Background music
- Live music
- Outdoor space
The Brasserie, with its state of the art open plan kitchen, produces exciting dishes with intense flavours and global influences. The grey-blue contemporary tables in the airy dining space add to the impression of dining in the sky. Summertime al fresco dining is not to be missed. The Brasserie also offers a vegetarian/vegan menu as well as an accompanying wine list.
Live music from a fabulous line up of musicians adds another dimension to the evening.
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A large terrace with views of the river sits between the brasserie and the more formal restaurant on the eighth floor of the Oxo Tower. The brasserie fuses Mediterranean and Asian flavours, while the restaurant sticks to British and European cuisine.
Places for Afternoon Tea
This is the curve ball known as Not Afternoon Tea, a daily event in the upper echelons of the OXO Tower in a world where everything is opposite. Forward is backward, backward is forward and instead of tea and scones it’s cocktails and chocolate tarts. If you find the concept of afternoon tea a little stuffy then this is the place to be with the all the views, the haute cuisine and the subversive switching of an institution.
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The 8th floor of the Oxo Tower has food and views for two different moods. The fine dining restaurant overlooks the South Bank; the cuisine is mostly British and on the expensive side. At the more fashionable, slightly less expensive brasserie you can dine with the City of London and St. Paul’s as your backdrop; the menu has a combination of Mediterranean and Asian dishes. Both have terraces with much coveted seats on warm evenings.
Take in London's best views as you eat
The 8th floor of the Oxo Tower is home to two eateries: the casual brasserie, with St. Paul’s in the background, and the more formal restaurant
overlooking the South Bank. In the summer months the alfresco terrace is in high demand.
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