Featuring quirky retro styling and a buzzy vibe throughout, Canteen - Royal Festival Hall champions 'great British food'. From hearty breakfasts and nostalgic afternoon teas through to warming pies and roasts with traditional trimmings, Canteen is renowned for its wholesome, no-nonsense menu. Green upholstered booths and vintage school-canteen furnishings evoke a trendy retro feel, whilst a lively bar serves up an accomplished contemporary drinks list.
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Southbank Centre Square
Belvedere RoadLondonSE1 8XX
- +44 (0)845 686 1122
Very touristy because of location. We were there at xmas and it was so busy and noisy.
Food was great for being in such a high turnover venue. The staff deserve battle pay for the chaos and crowds that they endure.more
This place does the best scones with beautiful jam and clotted cream at a very reasonable price of £5!more
I visited Canteen's Royal Festival Hall location on Sunday the 24 May 2015 in a group of eight people. I have previously eaten at this location and struggled to get a big group into the restaurant without a reservation, but it was easy to make one online a few days in advance.. The food at Canteen is ideal for groups of all ages as they offer children's portions of any dish at half price and...more
Sunday roast with a giant Yorkshire pud, need I say more. When this delight was brought to the table, I couldn't help but smile - beef, gravy, baby carrots, roast potatoes, greens and the epic Yorkshire pudding. This was certainly a tasty Sunday roast.
My friend and I were fortunate to have some beautiful sunshine too, so we sat outside - al fresco Sunday roast, what could be more perfect?!...more
A convenient location, and a bit different to the nearby chains, but be sure to choose carefully.
Ate here on a Wednesday night as a medium-sized group (9) for a friend's leaving do. Service was pretty slow: almost 90 minutes for mains.
The devilled kidneys had the wrong proportions. Very meagre slice of toast (which disintegrates into mush in the sauce) with four kidneys. The mushrooms...more