The Brasserie is one of three restaurants and bars at the Oxo Tower, with this the more informal culinary alternative to the fine dining restaurant. The alfresco seating here is popular in the summer months, with barely-interrupted views across the Thames. Floor-to-ceiling windows help those dining inside to enjoy the view, too.
The Brasserie's all-day, seasonal menu champions British produce and cuisine. Dishes range from roasted butternut squash soup and mushrooms on toast with a soft boiled hen's egg to seared scallops with a truffle parsley purée, Welsh rump of lamb with truffle mash and gravy, and braised pork belly with lentils and winter vegetables.
Keep an eye out for various special menus and seasonal offers, including a range of afternoon teas, Christmas cocktails, hot chocolates and parties, and a range of vegetarian and vegan menus.
Head chef Keir Barry has created a modern brasserie menu with simple, fresh and comforting dishes that champion the best local and seasonal produce on offer. Tuck into mains such as tender Welsh lamb rump with truffle mash or roasted cod with a cuttlefish and butterbean stew. Many meat dishes are cooked over charcoal on the Josper grill, creating a rich BBQ flavour that is perfect for al fresco dining in the summer.
Just a stone’s throw from some of London’s most popular theatres, OXO Tower Brasserie also caters for those looking for a quick meal before or after the show with its pre- and post-dining menu, or for something more leisurely, book in and enjoy a relaxed brunch at the weekend with choices from devilled kidneys to a full English breakfast.
An excellent cocktail list accompanies the menu, and unique to the Brasserie, our ‘not afternoon tea’ is a must-try experience for those who enjoy a sweet treat with a difference.