Restaurants at London South Bank - Located in the heart of central London, the South Bank is a beautiful riverside stretch following the Thames from Lambeth to Blackfriars bridges. South Bank is eclectic area that is the cultural heart of the city and home to London’s most iconic attractions, including the London Eye & Tate Modern, theatres and stunning riverside restaurants. From the elegant Skylon restaurant in the Royal Festival Hall to family friendly Locale Italian restaurant in County Hall, South Bank is the perfect place to enjoy a lazy al fresco lunch or dinner after visiting one of its many attractions.
Nearby attractions: The London Eye, London Aquarium, National Theatre, Tate Modern, Globe Theatre, Waterloo Station, The London Aquarium, Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament.
Below are some of the best restaurants at London's South Bank, most of which can be booked online with instant confirmation, ensuring that you won’t be disappointed when you visit South Bank London.
Biagio @ Bankside brings authentic, high quality Italian cuisine at affordable prices to London’s South Bank
Caffe Vergnano 1882 based at the Festival Terrace of the South Bank complex has long been famous for its sublime coffee, but are now producing equally stunning Italian food
Chez Gerard is the perfect French restaurant for a day out on London's Southbank and is just seconds away from the London Eye
Offering a wide ion of Japanese dishes, Feng Sushi at the Royal Festival Hall is always a popular choice
Locale County Hall is a warm, laid back welcoming restaurant with bustling open kitchen at the hub
The spectacular OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar & Brasserie is one of London's most impressive restaurants
Soak up the stunning riverside views and enjoy first class steaks from the grill at the brilliant Skylon Grill in the Royal Festival Hall
The Terrace Bar and Food Restaurant London is the perfect choice when visiting the National Theatre
Experience an outstanding British dining experience at the stunning County Hall Restaurant alongside the River Thames