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Where to eat and drink in Nine Elms

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Published on
April 7, 2022


Spring is here and there’s plenty of seasonal produce to enjoy in Nine Elms’ thriving foodie scene. 

We’ve done the hard work for you and curated a list of places to eat and drink in and around Nine Elms. Do check each venue’s website or social for latest opening times and how to book your table. 

The Alchemist – 1 Ponton Road, Nine Elms, SW11 7BD
Introducing an air of the unexpected, enjoy classic dishes with an added ‘Alchemist twist’ and cocktails crafted using molecular magic. 

BattersEats at Battersea Power Station – Circus West Village, SW11 8AH
Enjoy the two new outdoor dining areas in Circus West Village on the Piazza or Arches Lane. Can’t decide where to eat? No problem, each member at your table can order table service from a number of different restaurants and bars. 

Battersea Barge – Nine Elms Lane, London SW11 8PZ
Ahoy! Battersea Barge is back serving drinks to enjoy on its top deck. Sip on a selection of delicious beers, wines and spirits with great views of the river.

Brunswick House – 30 Wandsworth Road, SW8 2LG
Critically acclaimed, produce-led modern British restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in the crumbling grandeur of an antique-filled Georgian mansion. A one-of-a-kind destination with outdoor dining available on the terrace.

Chokhi Dhani – 2 Riverlight Quay, Nine Elms Lane, SW8 5AW
Fine-dining restaurant and lounge offering the authentic taste of India. There’s also a terrace so you can enjoy your experience al fresco-style. 

Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea – 4 Arches Lane, SW11 8AB
Modern Indian dining, using quality seasonal ingredients, from acclaimed chef Vivek Singh. The restaurant is open every day for lunch and dinner as well as cocktails and light bites.

Cotton’s – Unit 12 Flagstaff House, St George Wharf, SW8 2LE
Enjoy Caribbean vibes by the river with signature Cottons dishes such as jerk chicken; homemade curried mutton; and Cottons’ most popular vegetarian dish, Chana Dhal.

Darby’s – 3 Viaduct Gardens, Nine Elms, SW11 7AY
NYC inspired oyster bar, large open grill and bakery, obsessing over the best-quality ingredients. Plenty of sharing-style dishes to be enjoyed with family and friends.

District – 7 New Union Square, Embassy Gardens, SW11 7DN
Bright, contemporary Aussie-inspired café turned casual bar in the evenings. Serving a fresh and vibrant menu in the day full of locally sourced ingredients and a selection of wines and classic cocktails at night.

The Duchess Belle – 101 Battersea Park Rd, Nine Elms, SW8 4DS
Friendly cosy pub with a suntrap terrace to enjoy the weather. Offering up traditional pub grub with an American twist and a selection of draught ales, lagers, spirits, wines and cocktails.

Fiume – Circus West, Battersea Power Station, SW8 5BN
Riverside southern Italian recipes and aperitivo from chef Francesco Mazzei – reopening Monday 12 April. Take in the views of the Thames from the large Mediterranean piazza-style terrace.

Gordon Ramsay’s Street Pizza – Arch 759 – Arches Lane, Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, SW11 8AB
This exciting new pizza joint serves signature bottomless pizzas, cocktails, wines and beers with outdoor dining and takeaways.

Homeboy Bar – 6 New Union Square, Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms, SW11 7DN
Irish duo Aaron Wall and Ciarán Smith open their brand new cocktail bar to bring you a warm dose of modern Irish hospitality. Home comforts paired with delicious drinks and food to a soundtrack of hip-hop and RnB.

Linnaean – 2 New Union Square, Embassy Gardens, SW11 7AX
Plant-rich menu with a breadth of choice to suit vegan, flexitarian, gluten-free and dairy-free dining preferences. Using both local and global ingredients specially sourced for their taste and health benefits.

The Mason’s Arms – 169 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, London, SW8 4BT
Set in a 19th Century Grade II listed building, The Mason’s Arms is a classic, traditional London pub, with exciting modern touches.

Megan’s – 27 Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, SW11 8NN
All day brunch, Mediterranean inspired juices, salads, dinner and cocktails, right on the Thames waterfront. Megan’s at the Power Station boasts outdoor seating as well as charming fairy-lit booths.

The Nine Elms Tavern – Riverlight Quay, Nine Elms Lane, SW8 5BP
Using fresh, seasonal ingredients, take your pick from the menu of pub classics, seasonal specials and sourdough pizza made to order. Best enjoyed from the large riverside terrace.

No. 29 Power Station West – 29 Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, SW8 4NN
Independent design-led neighbourhood bar and kitchen with everything from breakfast & brunch to post-work drinks, including an extensive cocktail list to enjoy from the riverside terrace.

Oxeye – 14 New Union Sq., Embassy Gardens, SW11 7AX
MasterChef winner Sven-Hanson Britt’s debut restaurant. Seasonal menus are built around the best flavours of the fields, hedgerows, gardens and woodlands of the UK. Opening 14 October. 

The Riverside – Hamilton House, 5 St George Wharf, SW8 2LE
Kick start your day with one of the brunch-style dishes or enjoy a crowd-pleasing main dish or catch of the day in the evening. 

Tapas Brindisa – Battersea Power Station, Unit 25 Circus Road West, Battersea Power Station, SW11 8EZ
Authentic Spanish tapas restaurant. Enjoy a relaxed aperitivo and tasty plates at the terraza-style bar area overlooking the river.

Tonkotsu – 6 Arches Lane, Battersea Power Station, SW11 8AB
Nourishing bone broth ramen with homemade noodles, freshly prepared with heart and soul every day. You can also enjoy other classic dishes including gyoza, katsu curry and much more.

Vagabond – Unit 12 Circus Village West, Battersea Power Station, SW11 8EZ
Independent and award-winning wine bar and shop built on the premise that great wine should be accessible to all. Accompany your glass of wine with a selection of tapas from the kitchen. 

Vine Bar London – Unit 7, St George Wharf, SW8 2LE
Italian tavern where you can enjoy authentic, simple Italian food and lifestyle.

Waterfront Bar & Brasserie – 3 St George Wharf, SW8 2LE
Fine-dining international brasserie known for its spectacular views of the Thames, which you can enjoy from the comfort of the outdoor terrace. 

Wright Brothers – 26 Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, SW8 4NN
Fresh and sustainable British seafood restaurant, serving an al fresco menu of Mediterranean inspired seafood, alongside some Wright Brothers classics. 

Remember, you may need to book in advance and check opening times with the venues before setting off. Check the latest guidance.

Supporting local businesses helps them recover from the impact of COVID-19 and keeps our neighbourhood thriving.

You can also check out Wandsworth Council’s Food and Drink Trail map for Nine Elms and Queenstown Road.

See a full list of outdoor pubs and bars in Wandsworth.

If you’re a local business in Nine Elms, we want to hear from you! We love learning about new businesses in the area to grow our community. Drop us a DM on social media or email us at info@nineelmsonthesouthbank.com

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