The Gaslight Grill in Battersea combines the romance of a Victorian country estate with the hedonistic edge of a 19th century Gin Palace, setting the scene for a vibrant but thoroughly discerning dining and drinking experience.<br/><br/>Housed in the rear of existing venue, The Lost Angel, which itself has undergone a major refurbishment this spring, The Gaslight Grill has created a whole new experience and identity of its own. Providing a refined yet relaxed eatery for midweek afternoons and evenings, full-day service at weekends and also a destination for those seeking quality rather than quantity when it comes to the early hours of weekends. <br/> <br/>Basked in sunlight by the large atrium, the dining area accommodates 30 covers whilst those seeking more civilised late night mixology can make reservations from 11:00pm onwards for groups of up to four, benefitting from service until 12:00am on Thursday and 2:00am on Friday and Saturday.<br/> <br/>The Gaslight Grill has an all year round garden for dining and drinking, and is just a stone's throw from Battersea Park.<br/><br/>The kitchen and bar strive to serve the best seasonal produce possible. The kitchen?s meat and vegetables follow the British produce calendar, The Gaslight Grill's bar also observes the seasons of various fruits used in cocktails as well as those for hops, barleys and wines.<br/> <br/>Furthermore, The Gaslight Grill has launched a whole new level of attention to detail when it comes to sauces. Inspired by the craftsmanship of the cocktail scene the kitchen applies a similar passion to their sauces creating 'mixology for the plate'. Each unique concoction is matched to a dish from the menu.<br/> <br/>At the helm of the kitchen are Marek Novak and Jindra Vbrka, their innovative style pushes the envelope of British culinary creativity whilst respecting the simple quality of Great British fare.<br/><br/>Handcrafted cocktails and spirit list take their inspiration from the great historical recipes and distillers of a bygone London creating a sense of history revisited. <br/><br/>As the heady nights of the weekend appear a Devil may care attitude of DJs and Live performers takes centre stage through the doors in The Lost Angel to the early hours.
Venue Details & Map
The Gaslight Grill
339 Battersea Park RoadBatterseaLondonSW11 4LS
- +44 (0)20 7622 2112
- Public transport:
- Queenstown Road, National Railway