The OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie is situated on the eighth floor of the OXO Tower. The central tower acts as a natural focus dividing the space into two equal halves. To the east lies the restaurant and to the west the bar and brasserie. Both spaces are linked by a spectacular 250-foot terrace, which offers a breathtaking view.
The restaurant menu uses stylish and creative top quality ingredients, beautifully presented with an innovative twist. The brasserie offers a fabulous menu in a vibrant atmosphere created by an open kitchen. Unique to the brasserie is Not Afternoon Tea, an interesting concept to the traditional offering.
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- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Level access, ramp or lift to dining area
- Level access, ramp or lift to the bar
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Special dietary requirements catered for
- Staff available to assist
- Additional Accessible Facilities
- Level access, ramp or lift from entrance to reception
- Portable chip and pin machines
- Access Inside Building Facilities
- Accessible lift
- All routes suitable for wheelchair users
- Booking Facilities
- Group bookings accepted
- Catering Facilities
- Nut-free option on menu
- Outdoor dining / Beer garden
- Set price menu
- Theatre menu
- Vegetarian options on menu
- Children Facilities
- Childrens menu
- Children welcome
- High chairs available
- Event Facilities
- In house AV available
- Available for wedding receptions
- Event facilities
- General Facilities
- Good views
- Wi-Fi access
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
- Euros accepted
The food was creative but not ground-breaking. The cocktails (and mocktails) were solid though a bit floral. What really set the OXO restaurant apart was location (gorgeous river views), quality of service, and a 100% wheelchair friendly building. This will become a regular stop along my South Bank tour for London visitors.more
One of the best things about living in London is the food - you can almost any kind of cuisine you fancy, and there are so many quirky, interesting places to discover. Despite dining out a fair bit, I feel like I've barely scratched the surface of what London has to offer.
Of course, it was absolutely typical that when my Japanese family came to town last week, that I was in a massive panic....more
First came here many years ago before the area was so developed. Then it felt like this secret luxury restaurant but hey, was somewhat younger then!
Little has changed here from what I recall. Lots of tables crammed in so, wouldn't pick here for a quiet romantic meal.
Doesn't really have a dress code. Some people were dressed up looking like they were celebrating something whilst others...more
Accidentally stumbled upon a pop up at the oxo yesterday - garden gate. Themed and with great views over London.
There's games - connect 4, Jenga - all life size and deckchairs to relax.
Cocktail wise this place excels.. Such a wide choice.. I went for the pink lemonade complete with a touch of vodka to liven it up. It was nice and not too sweet. Priced at 6.50.. Very reasonable for central...more