OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar & Brasserie
8th floor, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH
T: 020 7803 3888
The rooftop OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie has proved a dazzling success since opening in 1996. The iconic Restaurant, lively Brasserie and unique Bar all boast stunning views across the Thames and the City of London with a 250-foot terrace and floor-to-ceiling windows.
OXO Tower Restaurant is elegant and iconic, offering a seasonal British menu, a wine list of over 800 wines and a fantastic traditional afternoon tea. OXO Tower Brasserie offers all-day dining from a bold and modern British menu, and its open kitchen and live jazz performances create an irresistibly buzzy atmosphere. OXO Tower Bar presents a cutting-edge, ever-evolving list of cocktails and fantastic snacking, lunch and weekend brunch options.
Please call the Oxo reservations team on 020 7803 3888 or email email@example.com for availability and bookings.
OXO Tower Restaurant
Enjoy a truly British Afternoon Tea experience against the backdrop of St Paul’s
Six incredible courses for £85 or £130 with a paired glass of wine for each course
Vouchers are available for OXO Tower Restaurant’s seasonal wine masterclasses
OXO Tower Bar
Fancy picking up some suave cocktail moves (and shakes)? If yes, make a beeline for the Bar
Join us for lunch and cocktails, and you’ll even get to learn how to mix up a cocktail yourself
Ditch your supermarket sandwich for a main meal and a drink for £18 Sunday – Friday
OXO Tower Brasserie
Journey through London’s iconic theatres and the famous productions that have taken place within them with OXO’s new Not Afternoon Tea experience
Do you have an appetite for jazz? Live music is performed in the Brasserie daily
DID YOU KNOW?
As well as the beautiful destination restaurant, Oxo Tower Wharf is home to over 25 independent design boutiques, offering everything from hand woven scarves to studio pottery, stylish interior products to classic ceramics, and innovative lighting to sparkling jewellery, as well as two exhibition spaces which host an exciting changing programme of free exhibitions.