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Coppa Club Tower Bridge

Restaurants, Contemporary European Tower Hill
3 out of 5 stars
(18user reviews)
Coppa Club Tower Bridge


Coppa Club Tower Bridge says
An all-day restaurant and social hub where everyone’s welcome.



Address: Three Quays Walk
Lower Thames Street
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday: 07:30 - 23:00<br />Friday: 07:30 - 23:59<br />Saturday: 09:00 - 23:59<br />Sunday: 09:00 - 22:30
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Users say (18)

3 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

3.2 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:5
  • 4 star:2
  • 3 star:5
  • 2 star:2
  • 1 star:3
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My goodness, what a horrible experience. Terrible rude service and upon complaint, i got eyerolls and my Japanese guests were embarrassed by the waitstaff. I still havent had a reply to my written complaint in 10 days. They dont care. Don't go. Go elsewhere. Amateurs

Went for weekend brunch, service was friendly, however there weren't many veggie options, so we asked for a veggie version of the eggs benedict, which the waiter said would be fine. The waffle that came with the eggs benedict was plainly pre-cooked- dry and tasteless. We fed this back to the waiter and asked for the bill and found we'd been charged the salmon eggs benedict- somehow they thought it was fair to charge us for the salmon version because it came with spinach! After a fruitless conversation with the waiter, we requested the service charge be removed from the bill and left- we won't be returning! Disappointing as we were celebrating a special occasion and had been looking forward to our visit. 


Disappointing, we went at the weekend and were very excited as a group to be in one of the igloo's as we'd heard great things and had had to book 3 months in advance. The service wasn't great as it was difficult to get the staff's attention and the food was most definitely underwhelming - cold, some burnt and all in all not good value.


My friends and I managed to get a reservation in one of the insta-famous igloos and went last night for dinner. The igloos are great - pretty sturdy (unlike the ones on the Southbank for Jimmy's pop-up which have a minimum spend of £600!) and they do have some heating in them but if you're sat by the door there is a pretty chilly breeze. It's nice that they do supply a few blankets if you need them, and they're lit with pretty fairy lights and each one has a great view of Tower Bridge.

Food-wise the menu is large and filled with some great classics - the pizzas are sourdough based and a good size, the flash fry steak is served with a generous serving of fries and my choice, the crab linguini, was flavoursome and filling. For dessert, I can and will speak highly of the sticky toffee pudding.

Service is relatively prompt considering its difficult to get the attention of the waiting staff from inside the igloos. What is slightly off-putting is the number of people using the restaurant as a location for a photoshoot.  We were in the background for quite a few photos which are no doubt floating around Instagram now. It seemed like some of those taking photos weren't even diners. What a strange world we live in.

They do keep an igloo or two aside for walk-ins but otherwise they are fully booked until the end of Winter I believe. They're great for a group dinner out but other than the quirky setting, this isn't a mind-blowing meal out. 


Coppa Club is a great place for brunch and the Tower Bridge branch is probably my fave in terms of location. I took a friend visiting London here one sunny weekend day and it was just lovely. There are great views of both the Shard and Tower Bridge and during the summer months there are the gorgeous cabanas adorned with wisteria that provide a wonderful place for a catch up with a group of friends. We managed to get the timeout deal which was great value for £15 each. This included a glass of peach sangria, coffee and a brunch dish. Between us we decided on the kale on toast and the berry pancakes and they didn’t disappoint. 


The Coppa Club came up with the genius idea of dining in Igloos last winter and Cabanas this summer. The igloos and cabanas have been very popular and difficult to book. I've been lucky enough to experience both. The restaurant is located along the river with a great view of the London skyline. It's a great restaurant which gives you a unique and affordable dining experience! Looking forward to seeing what they have in stall for Winter 2017!


After missing out on the Igloos over winter, I managed to bag one of the summer cabanas for our group of 6. The cabanas are full of flowers, have heat lamps and are covered so are perfect for all weather.

We only had drinks which were very reasonably priced for central London and the amazing views.

It was great having a seat directly on the river, but I would deffo go back to visit the restaurant which I don't think you need to book so far in advance for.


We had to wait 6 weeks to get a place a coppa there, it was a beautiful location and stunning views!!! the food was ok, they got things wrong several times, and also we had to send pancakes back twice as they were burnt. It was a bit of a disaster, good arrived before the cocktails, service wasn't great! we did complain thou, it wasn't what you would expect from such a beautiful place. Wouldn't go back again, only for the location maybe! 


With the unusual British summer weather last week, my friend and I decided a little al fresco dining was in order. A restaurant perfect for this is Coppa Club, one that I’ve been keen on trying ever since I saw their igloo seating they had in the winter. Now that summer’s here, they’ve switched their igloos for cabanas to keep the al fresco dining experience.

Initially, I obviously wanted to book a table out on the cabanas for an evening meal but none were available for the day we wanted. So we settled for a table indoors, but it still had a pretty decent view – looking out at the River Thames, it had a nice view of the cabana seating. I’m actually quite glad we got a table inside instead because it particularly warm the evening we went and there were flies everywhere outside!

I do still really want to try a meal or drinks out on the cabanas though, I think the experience of it is lovely when the weather’s good. It also boasts some stunning views of the River Thames, Tower Bridge, and just London life in general!

After browsing through the menu, we both decided to go for a plate of freshly made pasta. I went for the Crab Linguine, which was cooked with garlic, parsley, and red chilies. A really simple and fresh dish that I truly enjoyed! The flavours complemented each other well, and I liked that this pasta dish had no cream in it. I often find that the addition of cream makes the overall dish too heavy/dense. The only thing I was disappointed with was the cooking of the linguine, it felt slightly overcooked so it had too soft of a texture for my liking.

In terms of the presentation, even though this dish was pretty simple, it was presented in such a beautiful plate! The blue from the plate really brought out the red and yellow colours from my dish and made it look even more appetising. It also came in a decent portion size, enough to fill you up without going overboard. I definitely had space for dessert after finishing that meal but held back as I was headed to Spain the next day.

Our waiter was friendly and efficient but it was slightly difficult to get his attention throughout our meal because of the position of our table. It was hidden behind a pillar, making it hard to grab anyone’s attention but it didn’t take long for them to notice us waving. It also didn’t take long for our food to arrive after ordered, given that we came at dinner time.

I loved the overall atmosphere and ambiance of this restaurant. It’s pretty spacious on the inside, with quite a number of tables spread out around with different types of seating – couch seating, tables and chairs, and cabana seating outdoors. The decor is lovely and I really liked how open the space felt. There was loads of natural light shining into the restaurant, making the whole experience even more enjoyable. Definitely a restaurant to check out whether it’s for a meal, brunch, or drinks, you’re guaranteed a good view and vibes!


Between the wisteria and the bridge views, Coppa Club is a lovely spot to sit and stay a while. That being said, the food and service do not live up to the scene. 

I popped in for breakfast before flying out recently, and it was ideal for enjoying a cappuccino, catching up on some journaling or reading, cuddling up under a blanket, etc. Once breakfast arrived, I was incredibly underwhelmed. I'd definitely visit again for a drink or with a friend who needs to take in some tourist-y sites, but it's just thata beautiful tourist trap. 


Great location and venue, but awful service and average food. I was so disappointed when me and 4 other friends had dinner at Coppa Club last night. I booked the table a month ago and was really excited to finally try out this place and have dinner under one of their cabanas. Our table was booked for 7:30, but are table wasn't ready till 8, we were told we could have a drink at the outside bar, which was fine as the weather was perfect, however there were no staff at the bar... finally we were sat at our table, which was lovely, but had no apology from the staff. 

Overall thoughts: Great place to go in the summer, but dont expect to be seated straight away. Food was nice, but I have had better. 

Terrible  Do not go here.  Awful service (the worst I have EVER experienced) and not one word of an apology when I complained.  The food was cold and of such a bad quality - I didn't think it was even edible.  Absolutely shocking experience 


Came here for brunch on a Sunday, restaurant was packed so booking is necessary. Staff were exceptional and friendly and food was good so not a surprise that this place is packed. Disappointed that I didn't book the igloo, it's definitely a place to try in summer!


Recently visited the Coppa Club for a romantic dinner. We booked a table in one of the cosy igloos along the Thames. Unfortunately, the weather conditions weren't the best ones. It was raining so much that water was coming through the wooden floor and we couldn't enjoy the view because the vapor on the igloos walls. Despite these inconveniences, the staff was very friendly and the food very good. Our waiter told us they're planning doing something as original for Summer. So I would definitely go back to experience their new terrace and summer menu. 


My friends and I recently came here for Christmas dinner, and the igloos were so cosy with a stunning view of the Thames and riverside in such an intimate and cosy setting. There was 8 of us, and it was perfect for that. The staff were attentive and friendly, the food was great - I think they could have given us more sides given there were 8 of us. The chairs had fluffy sheepskin rugs to assist with keeping warm, and some speakers to add to the festive vibe. I would definitely recommend for a special evening out or celebration!


When I saw something about igloos on a TimeOut post, I thought, hey that looks cool I want to see that! Never imagined how popular it would be. My friend and I rocked up with high hopes but were told it could be up to 4 hours to get inside one of these fancy Christmassy installations. A little disappointed but never the less we made ourselves comfortable with some delicious mulled wine and order more food than room on our table. Before we knew it (and just as our food was arriving) we were told our table in the igloo was ready! 

Coppa Club is such a stunning restaurant and bar, it has fantastic views of Tower Bridge and the staff are so wonderful and accommodating. All the food was fabulous and I will definitely be visiting again, it really got me into the festive spirit! 

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