South Bank London

diners in the oxo tower restaurant view through windows

OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar & Brasserie

This iconic dining destination serves up sophistication and stunning views.

Opening Hours

Restaurant and Brasserie: daily lunch from 12pm, dinner from 5pm

Bar: daily 12pm–9:30pm

Contact Info

OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie, Barge House Street, London, UK
+44 20 7803 388

Sophisticated dining and one of London's most spectacular views.

OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie is an iconic landmark on London’s South Bank, showcasing the best of British produce alongside one of the finest views you're likely to see from a London restaurant.

Located on the eighth floor of the famous OXO Tower building, guests can take in unparalleled views of St Paul's Cathedral and the City of London skyline. An expansive garden terrace and floor-to-ceiling windows provide a spectacular backdrop for enjoying elegant seasonal British cuisine, a classic Afternoon Tea or cocktails.

With a focus on flavour, provenance and high-quality produce, plus a wine list of over 800 wines, this is a fine dining experience to remember.

There's a choice of three venues; the OXO Tower Bar with its mixology menu, the more smart-casual OXO Tower Brasserie and the luxurious OXO Tower Restaurant which offers a la carte and tasting menu options.

Whichever venue you choose, this is a spectacular venue to mark a special occasion!

Cîroc Limonata Terrace

Escape to the Mediterranean at the OXO Tower Bar's summer pop-up the Cîroc Limonata Terrace. Hosted in partnership with the premium vodka brand, the vibrant lemon-tree-bordered OXO Tower Bar Terrace is inspired by the sunny shores of Capri. On the menu are exclusive Cîroc Limonata cocktails including the Cîroc Luxe Lemon Drop, Cîroc Limonata Collins and Cîroc Southside Spritz, and delicious small bites to enjoy while you sip.

The Cîroc Limonata Terrace is open from 23 May to 22 August.

OXO Brasserie Kid's Menu

The OXO Brasserie also has a special menu for all the little foodies. The upmarket three-course kid's menu includes options like fish finger butties, tempura veggies, mozzarella sticks, spaghetti and meatballs and for dessert brownies, milkshakes and ice-cream. Perfect for a destination lunch that the kids can also be involved in, the kids' menu costs £15 for a snack, main, pudding and juice.

Afternoon tea at Oxo Tower

The OXO Tower’s rooftop restaurant serves up a chic high tea experience with all the trimmings daily from 3pm–4pm (Sundays 3:30pm–4:30pm). Soak up the delightful view across the river to the dome of St Paul’s while enjoying a generous and colourful spread of sweet and savoury bites, and perhaps a glass of Harvey Nicols Champagne to toast the occasion.

Classics like coronation chicken sandwiches, buttermilk scones with jam and cream and an elegant layered honey sponge cake, share a stand with clever contemporary bites such as St George’s mushroom éclairs, Dorset crab brioche rolls and an Isle of White blue cheese, buttermilk and rosemary shortbread served with kumquat marmalade.

Dishes change with the seasons, with inventive new nibbles making their way onto the towering display. A vegetarian afternoon tea is also available (make sure to specify when booking).

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