Savour the stunning views from Rainer Becker's chic yet casual restaurant on the 32nd floor of The Shard. Dishes served from the open kitchen are cooked using spit roast, charcoal grill and wood fired ovens. There's also a chance to try vintage tipples from the on-site cocktail bar.
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Venue Details & Map
Level 32, The Shard
31 Thomas StreetLondonSE1 9RY
- +44 (0)20 7268 6700
Not too shabby but very expensive! The ambient lighting and mood is very relaxing. We didn't need to reserve either, we were seated instantly on an already reserved table which was great :)
So the cocktails are about £15 each and the snacking food was about £10-£12 a tiny plate but I must say, both very enjoyable! If you visit, do expect to pay about £100 just for a couple of drinks and a...more
The view is amazing and the truffle green beans are to die for!!
The restaurant has an open kitchen so you'll see all the action! The chef was amazing!more
To say that the views from Oblix are stunning is an understatement. They are simply jaw dropping! The food and the service equals the setting as well.
The restaurant is a split level so you walk up multiple flights of stairs with 180 degree views of the city of London. You can go here for cocktails and or dinner.
The Asian cuisine was excellent. We had Cuddle fish with a spicy hot pepper...more
Top notch bar.
Waitress were both friendly and new what they were talking about.
The view it's self is what you come for.
Of course it's a dress code make sure u don't wear running shoes tho... The other side of the shard there's a resto that wouldn't let me friend in even tho they were brand new all black Jordans but the oblix didn't mind.
'Twas a excellent way to end our last night in...more
This place is good for relaxing your feet after long walk of sightseeing as well as for a special occation!
One of my friends knows some very classy places in London and she told us we could go and enjoy the view before we saw another friends off in London Bridge station.
After we arrived at the entrance, the receptionists welcomed us and we were sent to a table next to the windows! We...more