Savour the stunning views from Rainer Becker's chic yet casual restaurant on the 32nd floor of The Shard. Dishes served from the open kitchen are cooked using spit roast, charcoal grill and wood-fired ovens. There's also a chance to try vintage tipples from the on-site cocktail bar.
|Typical meal price||From £41.00 per diner|
£41 and over
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Venue Details & Map
Level 32, The Shard
31 Thomas StreetLondonSE1 9RY
- +44 (0)20 7268 6700
Top 5 reviews of Oblix
Wonderful dinner with my wife on our final evening in London.
Top-notch staff make everything perfect.
Noticed a family wearing trainers left waiting outside the lounge:
Please refer to the Oblix rules (now referred to as the David J rules of dining and life):
-No ball caps
You might wonder why, well there was a group of four obnoxious Americans in the dining room... more
The Oblix overall is unnecessarily snobby. It is a fine dining restaurant but we stopped in for lunch after walking around London all morning. My husband was asked to remove his ball cap, no problem - but they sent a manager to do it. Why didn't the hostess out front take it before we walked in when she took our coats? Why didn't the first server, or second server say something? That just... more
I wanted to try something a little more high-end for my last day in London. I ordered the T-Bone steak and it was remarkable! I had some Mac and cheese with mashed potatoes as my sides! Would definitely return, it was a great dining experience, and the view was spectacular! Hands down my favorite restaurant I visited to in London! more
You cannot beat the view! Very impressive space. Plan on being pushed to the bar upon arrival for the $20 cocktails as your table will not be ready on time. This is planned for sure. When you arrive at the dining room you cannot help but be impressed with the view. Service is over attentive, especially when it comes to pouring wine. This really bothers me. If I want another bottle, I'll... more
I'm glad I finally got the chance to visit the Shard recently.
To set the scene, you tell the doorman which restaurant you're going to and he directs you to the security check inside. Once through the security check, you enter the lift to go to the 32nd floor.
Once on the 32nd floor, you're greeted by a host/hostess who let you know about the seating situation. My mum and I were just there... more