Located in the imposing Salesforce Tower London (formerly Heron Tower), The Drift is a striking bar and restaurant that occupies two floors and extends out into a tranquil al fresco space.
Guests can choose between two bars, one of which overlooks Europe's largest aquarium, and a restaurant serving all-day fare using locally sourced produce.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
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110 BishopsgateLondonEC2N 4AY
Top 5 reviews of The Drift
Chosen this place as a first stop on a night out and before dinner in the area. Double night airy space, looks like a great tip for the summer month as outside seating available too. Gin selection not very big. But mixology classes great way to spend a Sunday afternoon with friends more
This is an airy and spacious restaurant and bar, just down the street from Liverpool St station. We came on a very quiet Sunday for lunch. The food is fine although not necessarily anything to write home about. I had the fish pie which was hot and tasty, perfect given how cold it was outside.
On your way in/out, walk by the lobby of the building and check out the massive fish tank! more
We stopped here on a hot, hungover day for a cocktail in the shade (and because 2 of our party we're wearing trainers which meant they were refused entry to Sushi Samba!). When we arrived we were told we couldn't sit in the ground floor area, but could sit outside or upstairs. We opted for outside and ordered some cocktails. They took a LONG time to arrive! I can understand that they take a... more
Very lively place, the music is too loud and you have to shout to be heard, but once you got used to it, it was ok. We reserved an area for our drinks party, and was given one by the bar on the ground floor, which was jammed packed on the Friday night before Christmas. We ordered the meat platter which was fresh, hot and tasty to share. The dining area is like on a platform upstairs as... more
I headed for the drift for some drinks after work and it is exactly what you would expect for a bar in the area. Not my cup of tea but not offensive.
The bar is a bit of an odd shape which can mean finding somewhere to get a bit of space can be an issue when it gets busy. It started to quieten down around half 7 and became much more enjoyable.
Cocktails looked decent but weren't cheap but... more