Like a proper Londoner, the sun came out and I felt the call to the outside.
It was a beautiful day found space on the balcony and overlooked the pier to the water. It was lovely.
FOOD: ordered the Frutti and a wine, so I could spend more time sun soaking. Both were quite nice. A bit expensive for quality and thus my 3.5 over 4 grade.
SERVICE: Great for London. Really attentive, very...more
As with most of the Southbank, I am pretty much in love with this enchanting little enclosure.
It's a wonderful mix of shops and eateries making it the perfect place to stop for lunch a coffee, a poke around the independent gift shops, boutiques, trinkettey type gems and or, all of the above! It's home to lots of handmade and fairtrade type items without being pretentious and overly arty...more
I think it's brilliant, me. I'm biased though, I walk through here most days during my lunch hour to get some air!
A great collection of restaurants and cafes, unique boutique shops and a great space for sitting outside during the warmer months. And oh yeah, it's right on the river with fantastic views over London. What a beautiful city we live in eh?
Perfect location for meeting friends in...more
Gabriel's Wharf is a cute little haven along London's busy Southbank. It's a curious little area with a spattering of interesting restaurants and shops. You can walk around the Wharf in 10 minutes.
I'd say the shops are ever so slightly disappointing. Well, to me, that is. They are not really my thing, a strange mix of fashion boutiques and gift shops but nothing that's really...more
Tucked like a baby in a cradle into the flank of the Southbank riverbank, Gabriel's Wharf is the place where angels gather to have meals and get the latest fashion accessory for their feathery wings. I hear, if you go on a Saturday, Gabriel blows his horn to the tune of "All that Jazz" from the musical Chicago.
Fortunately, you don't have to be an angel to go here. Shops full of funky,...more