December 21, 2017
Looking to grab some grub?
Nine Elms offers a variety of cuisines and types of restaurants: from riverside sit-down places to quick grab-and-go setups.
Italian chef Francesco Mazzei presents a new modern Italian restaurant at Battersea Power Station, named Fiume (Italian word for ‘river’).
Dig into the new menu featuring creamy, burrata-filled pasta, rich Roman-style chicken, classic Tiramisu and more – Visit the Fiume website to make a booking.
Wright Brothers are the London seafood experts with four restaurants across London located in Soho, Spitalfields, South Kensington and Borough Market.
The new riverside restaurant is now open in Circus West Village and offers the best and freshest seafood from their very own wholesale business in Billingsgate Market. The menu includes oysters from around the British Isles, France and beyond, seafood platters and seasonal fish.
Belonging to the independent group Darwin & Wallace, and created by artisans of interiors, food and drink, No. 11 Pimlico Road, No 1 Duke Street, No. 32 The Old Town, No. 197 Chiswick Fire Station and No. 29 Power Station West offer a relaxed, all-day experience from morning coffee to night cap and everything in between.
The carefully curated menu of exquisite drinks and locally sourced food are set within a beautiful interior that draws inspiration from local and global settings. Independent in spirit and rich in design, No. 29 Power Station West will be the only pub at Circus West Village.
What mother is renowned for is their trademark sourdough pizzas – made with purified seawater and baked in a wood-fired oven. It makes the pizzas very light and healthy. This back-to-nature approach by owners David Biffani and Nick Pound is behind the acclaimed dough recipe and the fresh and organic produce.
mother’s mix of Italian coziness and Scandinavian simplicity is the perfect spot for a tasty lunch, a riverside dinner or a buffet brunch.
A variety of Japanese food, from traditional Unagi don to the more modern Black Cod dishes, Riverlight’s Atami restaurant is a wonderful spot along the river to watch the sunset and enjoy some good grub.
A Nine Elms gastro pub with a seasonal menu: stone baked pizzas, craft beers & farm wines, what more can you ask for? Check out the Nine Elms Tavern, right at the heart of the Riverlight development.
Bringing the exotic vibes of the Caribbean to London in true tiki style, Cottons fans can now get their fix south of the river with the arrival of Cottons Caribbean Restaurant & Rum Shack at St Georges Wharf, Vauxhall.
Taking over an enviable riverside location on the south bank, Cottons Vauxhall features a large indoor restaurant and rum shack bar with additional seating on the exclusive river-facing outside terrace.
The restaurant-antique store amalgam is a one-of-a-kind central London destination. Run by the renowned Jackson Boxer, the restaurant offers great lunch and dinner options like pistachio burrata, pecorino venison, sea bream and much more. These dishes are crafted from fresh produce supplied by New Covent Garden Market.
The CoffeeWorks Project is an independent family run business with a simple aim: to showcase the best quality coffee, tea and food in a friendly and relaxed environment. The CoffeeWorks Project has been awarded Time Out’s Love London Awards three years in a row and voted one of London’s Top 30 coffee shops by the London Coffee Guide – establishing itself as one of London’s most progressive speciality coffee houses. With successful outlets in Angel, Blackfriars and Leadenhall, they have made their mark in the London coffee scene.
The space is contemporary, cosy and cool with large windows that filter natural light throughout. It’s the perfect spot to go for a boozy brunch (served all day and yes, they’re licensed) or an afternoon coffee and delectable dessert. The place is a blend of local and global where beans from Costa Rica and Guatemala are roasted in-house and honey is brought in from Essex meadows. The service is attentive and engaged and the quality of the food is top-notch.
Vagabond sprang out of frustration with the London wine scene in late 2010. Back then, independent wine retail was crashing; multiple merchant chains had closed and wine drinkers were largely caught between bland, mass-produced wines with dishonest discounts at the supermarkets or ultra-specialist wine stores that exuded off putting superiority. They saw a different way.
The Battersea General Store offers a huge range of goods from all around the world, while also celebrating local craft produce.