With the recent redevelopment of Battersea Power Station – which even included a swanky new tube station to make it more accessible than ever – the site has rapidly become a hotspot for dining and drinking in London. If you're keen to check out what's available, you might not know which of the exciting spots on offer you should start with. We've done the hard work for you and found some great places to eat. This is our guide to Battersea Power Station restaurants.
Where to eat at Battersea Power Station
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The best Battersea Power Station restaurants
- Tozi – Social Italian meals
- Wright Brothers – Fresh fish and seafood
- Bread Street Kitchen & Bar – Contemporary style and classic cooking
- Cinnamon Kitchen – Modern Indian recipes
- Fiume – Elegant Italian restaurant
- Tapas Brindisa – Tapas by the river
- No 29 Power Station West – Food and drinks all day
- Roti King – Comforting Malaysian cooking
- Where The Pancakes Are – Indulgent pancake stacks
- Le Bab – Not your average kebab
- Megan's – Boho favourite for brunch
- Tonkotsu – Super-speedy ramen
- Clean Kitchen Club – Casual vegan food
- Joia – Elevated Portuguese dining
- Poke House – Fresh Hawaiian bowls
- Noci – Powered by pasta
- Bao – Iconic steamed buns
- Manna – Burgers from heaven
- Arcade – A trendy food court
- Tashas – First UK outpost of successful South African café concept
- Dishoom – Trendy Indian dining
The best Battersea Power Station restaurants
The best restaurants at Battersea Power Station
Social Italian meals
Tozi Grand Café comes from the team behind Tozi in Victoria and celebrates sociable Italian dining. Modelled on the grand cafés of Europe, it has huge windows and sculptural lighting. Food is served all day here, starting with brunch dishes and later on mains like lobster linguine and plates designed for sharing.
Fresh fish and seafood
Head to Wright Brothers for globally-inspired fish and seafood. The restaurant setting is modern and light, and fresh fish is delivered here from Devon each day. There's an oyster bar, daily-changing fish specials, and dishes like cod with chorizo or comforting fish pie. Cocktails and a lengthy wine list are available.
Contemporary style and classic cooking
Bread Street Kitchen & Bar combines striking contemporary style with traditional British cooking. A restaurant from Gordon Ramsay, this place has a distinctive tiled floor and offers a number of menus, including a chef's table experience. Breakfast and brunch are available and the main menu includes popular dishes like steak and a signature burger.
Modern Indian recipes
In the arches next to Battersea Power Station you'll find Cinnamon Kitchen, an Indian restaurant by renowned chef Vivek Singh. It's a contemporary spot with a warming colour scheme. Modern dishes are served all day that combine classic flavours with a modern British influence. There are a number of menus, including sharing feasts.
Elegant Italian restaurant
Elegant restaurant Fiume serves traditional Italian food. There's a modern interior as well as an outdoor terrace for al fresco meals. Set and à la carte menus are on offer, with choices like burrata, Roman-style pizza, and gnocchi. Kids' meals are also available. Complete your meal with something from the lengthy wine list.
Tapas by the river
Enjoy tapas with a view of the Thames at Tapas Brindisa. The restaurant is brightly-lit and elegant but there's also an outdoor terrace and a private dining space. Traditional Spanish tapas are on the menu from croquettes and pan con tomate to cheese boards, mussels, and grilled squid. The wine list is exclusively Spanish.
Food and drinks all day
No 29 Power Station West serves food all day in a breezy venue spread across two floors. This modern place has outer terraces and private dining areas, and is dedicated to sustainability and minimising waste. Food is served all day, including brunch favourites, and there's a roast on Sundays. Hot drinks, cocktails, draft beer and wine are served.
Comforting Malaysian cooking
The original Roti King in Euston has a reputation for being heavily in-demand but you can also visit the newer location in Battersea Power Station. Queue up for Malaysian roti loaded with tempting fillings like cheese or chicken, or have yours with the kari of your choice. The setting is modern and simple.
Indulgent pancake stacks
Whether you prefer sweet or savoury, there are stacks of pancakes for you at Where The Pancakes Are. From classic toppings like lemon and sugar to the more extravagant like beef pastrami or a Full English breakfast, these dishes are sure to inspire you. The venue is contemporary and also offers a menu for kids.
Not your average kebab
For an impressive elevated take on the humble kebab, visit Le Bab. In a modern setting you can try out mouthwatering Middle Eastern wraps, including location-specific specials. Chicken, lamb, veggie, and vegan versions are served here loaded up with gourmet ingredients. Mezze, wine, and cocktails are served too.
Boho favourite for brunch
Brunch lovers flock to Megan's – this had been voted the best brunch in London multiple times. This bohemian spot is open til late and serves food all day in a setting with rugs, cushions, and wall hangings. The menu is full of Med-inspired dishes like baked eggs and scrambled turmeric tofu. Dogs are welcome here too.
Head to Tonkotsu for delicious ramen served in a flash. This modern place has large windows so you can enjoy the view, and rustic furniture. This ramen is cooked up in just 32 seconds for the ideal texture, served with various broths and loads of sides to choose from.
Casual vegan food
Clean Kitchen Club serves vegan and low-carbon dishes throughout the day. There are simple breakfast options at this casual counter-service venue. Later on you can try burgers, sandwiches, and bowls. There's also a kids' meal and you can order a number of different health-conscious smoothies. This is modern fast food.
Elevated Portuguese dining
From its 14th and 15th floor location, Portuguese bar and restaurant Joia offers fabulous views for guests. The modern interior has a distinctive colour scheme and a cosy and intimate feel. The food uses authentic Iberian ingredients along with fresh British produce. There are tapas to share and larger dishes too, plus a list of Portuguese and Spanish wines.
Fresh Hawaiian bowls
Poke House has a reputation for its vibrant and Instagrammable pink interior just as much as for its refreshing and health-conscious food. Hawaiian poke bowls are the speciality here. There are house bowls with fish, chicken, or vegan nuggets, or you can custom-make your own with all your favourite toppings.
Powered by pasta
Noci is a pasta restaurant originally launched in Islington, specialising in contemporary Italian cuisine, freshly made with a focus on regional flavours. They then expanded to Battersea, offering a diverse range of pasta dishes made with classic as well as innovative ingredients. Noci's contemporary venue also features an extensive list of Italian wines and cocktails on tap.
Iconic steamed buns
An offshoot of the highly praised Bao group, the Bao Noodle Shop brings their take on Taiwanese beef noodle shops to Battersea. The meticulously crafted noodle dishes are made with authentic Taiwanese ingredients, and the menu features the signature steamed milk buns and other Bao classics as well, along with location exclusives and the group's inaugural kids' set menu. You can also sing your heart out in the private karaoke room for hire.
Burgers from heaven
Manna, a laid-back street food spot, embodies American diner culture and a love for fast food with its offering of smash burgers and fried chicken. The menu boasts an array of burgers and chicken sandwiches slathered in the likes of hot honey, jalapeno cream, slaw, and more. Sides such as waffle fries and desserts are available as well, and there's a dedicated kids' menu too.
A trendy food court
Arcade Battersea is an extension of the popular Arcade Food Hall situated in the Centre Point. This stylish food court accommodates an assortment of street food vendors, offering a broad culinary spectrum ranging from Indian fast food and sushi to shawarma and more. In addition, it features a cocktail bar, a beer bar, three individual restaurants, and an exclusive private dining area.
First UK outpost of successful South African café concept
Tashas, a thriving all-day dining concept with a classic menu at all its global locations and customised options at each branch, was originally established in Johannesburg. Its delectable, fresh comfort food is served in exquisite surroundings. For its debut UK location, the company selected the renovated Battersea Power Station, with the restaurant boasting a warm cream colour palette and furniture, as well as a vast outdoor terrace.
Trendy Indian dining
Opened in 2023, Dishoom's Battersea location brings the group's stylish Indian dining south of the river. The striking decor is themed on a futuristic vision of Bombay through the lens of the 1950s and takes inspiration from classic graphic novels. The food reinterprets Indian street eats, featuring classic recipes as well as location-specific specials.