The Brasserie at The Tower


On the north bank of London's River Thames, the Tower Hotel overlooks the pristine St. Katharine's Dock. Nestled inside is the Brasserie, offering casual dining to residents and non-residents alike as well as stunning views of Tower Bridge. Wooden floors and ambient lighting create a light, airy space to enjoy the Modern European menu that offers dishes such as Goan-style duck curry, roast butternut squash and artichoke salad and deep-fried cod in lemon and dill batter.

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Average main course: £16.00 (USD23.38) per diner
Average food spend: £27.00 (USD39.45) per diner

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The Brasserie at The Tower

St Katharine's Way
+44 (0)871 376 9036
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3.0 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Brasserie at The Tower

3.0 out of 5 2 November 2015
by Sarah O.

I booked this place as it looked like a really fancy place with a stunning view. I wanted it to be special as one of our best friends is leaving London and heading to Australia for a year. I hate to say it but I was really disappointed.

It was on taste card so we got 50% off food which was good. I definitely would not have been happy paying full price. We had a sharing meat platter for...more

4.0 out of 5 14 May 2015
by Clare W.

My husband & i went to london at the end of march 2015 & ate at the brasserie. The guoman hotel in which the brasserie is situated could do with a refurb from the outside. But there is nothing wrong internally & we enjoyed our food very much (we had steak & chips) lets face it if your not a vegertarian you cant go wrong with that ; )

The location is excellent overlooking tower bridge either...more

2.0 out of 5 17 December 2014
by Michella L.

The restaurant has pretty views (depending on if you sit near the windows) but the food is just average. When I came I had the tomato ravioli and creamed spinach side. The ravioli tasted greasy to me and as if it was re-heated. Staff was friendly but food was average at best. I felt I could have cooked the same quality. Perhaps the meat dishes are better? I would not recommend ordering the...more

3.0 out of 5 13 July 2014
by Barbara H.

My husband took me here the past Wednesday for my birthday. Why is it that the more a restaurant costs, the smaller the portions. The menu was minimal, for a vegetarian, not much at all (except the usual pasta or garden salad, and when you go out to a nice place for dinner, you hope they will offer something different). My husband ordered the stuffed chicken and enjoyed it very much. I got...more

3.0 out of 5 23 June 2012
by Paul G.

A wonderful setting, overlooking Tower Bridge (with your back to the ghastly hotel). There is an outside terrace with parasols in summer. A recent lunch supplied deep fried goat's cheese crotins, beetroot and rocket salad, and an excellent club sandwich. With drinks and service it came to £30 for two. This was an excellent refuelling stop, and good value. Over the river at Butlers Wharf the...more

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