Eat in spectacular style at the chic OXO Tower restaurant, with views over the Thames and across the rooftops of London towards St Paul's Cathedral. Al fresco dining is also offered on OXO Tower's stunning terraces.The contemporary fine dining restaurant menu features seasonal British cuisine. The restaurant also provides creative vegetarian and vegan options, plus a comprehensive wine list featuring over 800 wines from around the world. The brasserie offers pan-Asian cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere.
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OXO Tower Brasserie
OXO Tower Wharf,Barge House Street,South BankSouthwark,South BankLondonSE1 9PH
- +44 20 7803 3888
Never met a restaurant less interested in my business. We were told the bar was more suited to us then told we could only have a table for 1 hour. After 30 minutes and being sat by the waiter station we left.more
Two words - Pretty average!
The food was such a let down at Oxo tower! So average that I don't think I'll be coming back!
The porn star martinis (£17) were delicious though, so we kept them coming.
For starter I had roasted duck, I think I was actually given was a thin layer of duck breast with chunks of peaches? I couldn't help myself to tell the waiter that I wasn't impressed with the...more
If you want the full experience of fine dining after an afternoon at the local museums and galleries, look no farther. This fancy restaurant is situated on the 8th floor of the OXO building just a short walk from the Tate Modern gallery. It's also right next to a charming little park where you get a full view of the wharf and all those gorgeous Victorian-style buildings across the...more
I have to admit something first: I wandered into the Oxo Tower Brasserie quite by accident. I wasn't looking for a classy dinner, with smart service and a live singer serenading the room. But that's what I got.
Just leaving a QI filming (the Christmas episode, in the middle of summer- frankly bizarre!) I found myself following my stomach to the Oxo Tower. I had intended to try the fat bear...more
Another of my girl gang just got engaged (dropping like dominoes!) so we had an excuse for a slightly swankier catch up than usual. We're not quite flush enough to go for the pricier Oxo Restaurant so opted for the slightly more affordable Brasserie.
It gets top marks for the ambience and the service; laidback but still feels swish and special thanks to the impeccable manners of the staff...more