There's an emphasis on British produce at this spacious Hilton London Bankside restaurant and bar. It's a slant that seems a sensible one, given that the venue is a turnip's lob from Borough Market.
The kitchen is headed up by Paul Bates, who has joined from Mayfair's Beaumont Hotel. He's put together a menu ranging from Gloucestershire beef sirloin with bearnaise sauce to hake from New Haven, served with a squid, mussel and shrimp stew. The kitchen is open for breakfast through to dinner.
The open kitchen, headed up by Executive Chef Paul Bates, communicates a sense of theatre throughout the week for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Our bottomless brunch is legendary and also a great idea for weekend socialising!
Chef Paul Bates has also recently launched a series of Cook-A-Long masterclasses for £75 per person. The intimate masterclasses are hosted in OXBO Bankside once a month with a maximum of 8 people, so you'll be sure to get plenty of 1:1 time with the main man himself.
|Venue name:||OXBO Bankside||Contact:|
Hilton London Bankside
2-8 Great Suffolk Street
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed 6.30-11am & noon-10.30pm; Thu-Fri 6.30-11am & noon-11pm; Sat 6.30-11am & 5-11pm; Sun 6.30-11am & noon-10.30pm|
|Transport:||Southwark tube, London Bridge, Waterloo tube/rail stations|
|Price:||Three course meal for two with drinks and service: approx. £100|
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Average User Rating
4.3 / 5
- 5 star:7
- 4 star:4
- 3 star:1
- 2 star:1
- 1 star:0
The bottomless brunch is AMAZING. Such great value and the food is very good. The first time I took advantage of this, the service was impeccable - we literally had a sip of prosecco and the staff topped up our glasses. The last two times I went, we had to ask for our glasses to be refilled which was disappointing as I had recommended this place to people to go for a special occasion.
The amount of food and drink for the cost of £40 is very good though - better than going for the A La Carte for sure.
Decided to book this restaurant for lunch for mine and husbands wedding anniversary as emailed with offer from bookatable - how disappointing!!
The main was presented like something basic you would cook at home - fish dumped on plate with jesey royals beside and some kale next to that! Sauce rather basic and odd also - seemed to taste of soya sauce mixed with olive oil. And the desert was supposed to be some kind of banana and coconut terrine- was more like a kids mousse with no flavour of coconut whatsoever, presented equally as badly with banana chips crushed in the top! YES you read that right BANANA CHIPS - very classy!
Very dissappointed to have such a terrible meal and on a special occasion just made it worse. Glad we only paid as part of a lunch offer - wasn't even worth that! Cannot believed this restaurant gets such good ratings!!!!
The Sunday Roast is given the bottomless brunch treatment to give rise to the Roast with a side of unlimited Prosecco. The starters and desserts are buffet style and very tasty indeed whilst the roast is to be ordered with the waiters. The waiters were quick to spot an empty glass and would rush to top it up. In the past I have heard they are not so quick on their feet and maybe they have taken this to point. There were quite a few large groups celebrating their birthdays as well and I would definitely go there again.
Bottomless brunch ...?!
This is the third bottomless brunch bought through Timeout and sadly the worst.
I must say the food was excellent, however the prosecco was not bottomless, with being left with empty glasses on several occasions.
We had to ask on multiple occasions for a top up, waiting a maximum of 20 minutes for a drink.
Great atmosphere as we ate our copious roast while a very good guitar player was singing some classic tunes. Impressive starter and dessert buffet. Festival of flavours.