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17 Best Places to Eat in Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station is a haven for foodies, with its trendy restaurants on the riverfront, and delicious eateries in its historic turbine halls. This post lists all the best places to eat at Battersea Power Station.

Best Places to Eat in Battersea Power Station
Battersea Power Station. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

Best Places to Eat in Battersea Power Station

When researching the best places to eat in Battersea Power Station, there were four things I considered: food quality, local reputation, atmosphere and ambience, and value for money. I picked the 17 restaurants that I thought were definitely worth a visit if you are looking for somewhere special.

The Power Station also houses various fast food spots, such as LEON and JOE & THE JUICE, which are not featured in my list, but offer convenient options for those on the go.

Here is my list of the best Battersea Power Station restaurants.

1. Wright Brothers

26 Circus West Village, SW11 8EZ. Tel: 020 7324 7734

Wright Brothers are London’s seafood experts, who have been supplying the top restaurants with fresh produce for over 20 years. The menu at their Battersea Power Station restaurant changes regularly, depending on the availability of the best and freshest seafood.

The restaurant is located on the riverside at the foot of the Power Station, and has outdoor seating overlooking the river Thames. This is the best place if you are looking for fresh seafood!

Wright Brothers - one of the best places to eat in Battersea Power Station
Wright Brothers. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

2. Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza

Arch 759 – Arches Lane, Circus West Village, SW11 8AB. Tel: 020 7592 1225

Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza is a bottomless pizza restaurant, found under the Grosvenor Bridge railway arches. For £17 you get bottomless sourdough pizza served by the slice. The restaurant has a great atmosphere with a laid back vibe, and an area where you can play games and shoot pool.

Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza
Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

3. Le Bab

Level 1, Turbine Hall A, SW11 8DD.

Le Bab is a gourmet kebab restaurant, with Michelin-trained chefs serving kebabs and mezze. At their Battersea restaurant they offer limited edition special dishes. Some of the items on their menu include chicken shish kebab, spiced paneer kebab, roasted aubergine kebab, and lamb kebab.

Le Bab - one of the best places to eat in Battersea Power Station
Le Bab. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

4. Tapas Brindisa

25 Circus Rd W, SW11 8EZ. Tel: 020 8016 8888

Tapas Brindisa is a Spanish restaurant overlooking the river Thames. Their menu includes cheese boards, salads, egg dishes, and plates of meat and olives, as well as seasonal dishes.

Tapas Brindisa
Tapas Brindisa. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

5. Cinnamon Kitchen

4 Arches Lane, SW11 8AB. Tel: 020 3995 5075

Cinnamon Kitchen is an Indian restaurant that was opened by Vivek Singh, the owner of Cinnamon Club in Westminster. The menu includes Punjabi samosas and their famous Rogan josh Welsh lamb curry. The restaurant is located under the railway arches and has quirky industrial decor, inspired by the once coal-fired power station.

Cinnamon Kitchen - one of the best places to eat in Battersea Power Station
Cinnamon Kitchen. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

6. Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Level 1, Turbine Hall A, SW11 8DD. Tel: 020 7592 7952

Bread Street Kitchen & Bar is Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant inside the Power Station. You can find some of Gordon Ramsay’s signature dishes including the Himalayan salt dry-aged Rare Breed beef, as well as a wide range of cocktails. The restaurant brings a distinct New York loft feel to the Power Station’s Turbine Hall A.

Bread Street Kitchen & Bar - one of the best places to eat in Battersea Power Station
Bread Street Kitchen & Bar. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

7. Control Room B

Upper Ground Floor, Turbine Hall B, SW11 8BZ. Tel: 020 7590 3606

Control Room B is a cocktail bar, which also serves bagels including a smoked salmon and cream cheese bagel, and guacamole and onion bagel. It has its own private mezzanine floor which overlooks Turbine Hall B, and can be booked for a private event. This is a great place to get lunch as it is the Power Station’s original control room where you can see the original dials, control desks and switchgear racks.

Control Room B
Control Room B. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

8. TOZI Grand Cafe

3A Electric Boulevard, SW11 8BJ. Tel: 020 3833 8200

Tozi Grand Café was inspired by Europe’s famous grand cafés. It is located on the ground floor of the Art’otel (the hotel for Battersea Power Station), and serves Italian food including pastas and salads. Tozi Grand Cafe also serves afternoon tea every day between 3-5pm.

Tozi Grand Café - one of the best places to eat in Battersea Power Station
Tozi Grand Café. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

9. Roti King

16 Arches Ln, SW11 8AB.

Roti King is a Malaysian restaurant located under the railway arches. They serve flatbread with chicken, mutton, dahl or fish, as well as Murtabak (stuffed pancake) with a variety of fillings, as well as rice and noodle dishes.

Roti King
Roti King. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

10. Paris Baguette

Upper Ground Floor, Turbine Hall A, SW11 8BZ. Tel: 020 4580 1347

Paris Baguette is a patisserie inside Battersea Power Station serving gold and crispy baguettes, as well as croissants and sandwiches. It’s a great place to get a coffee and a piece of cake – their coconut and lime eclairs are delicious!

Paris Baguette - one of the best places to eat in Battersea Power Station
Paris Baguette. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

11. Clean Kitchen Club

Upper Ground Floor, Turbine Hall B, SW8 5BN. Tel: 020 3011 5270

Clean Kitchen Club is a vegan restaurant selling Açaí Bowls, smashed avocado on toast, burgers, and rice and salad bowls. They also make delicious breakfast smoothies.

Clean Kitchen Club
Clean Kitchen Club. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

12. Poke House

Upper Ground Floor, Turbine Hall A, SW11 8BZ. Tel: 020 3343 8729

Poke House serves bowls containing fresh and healthy ingredients. You can choose between their five signature bowls (Sunny Salmon, Spicy Tuna, Heat Wave, Chicken and Very Vegan), or make your own by picking your bases, proteins, sauce and topping.

Poke House - one of the best places to eat in Battersea Power Station
Poke House. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

13. Kova Patisserie Battersea

Circus Road West, SW11 8EZ. Tel: 07526 139221

Kova is located at the side of the Power Station, in its own little building opposite The Battersea General Store. The restaurant is an Eastern and Western patisserie serving both French and Japanese cuisines. They serve a range of different teas including milk tea, fruit tea, pure tea and bubble tea, as well as delicious cakes.

Kova. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

14. Megan’s Battersea Power Station

Riverside Terrace, Circus West Village, SW11 8NN. Tel: 020 3468 0218

Megan’s is a Mediterranean restaurant located on the riverside. It’s a popular place to get brunch at Battersea Power Station since they have a large brunch menu that’s served all day. Megan’s is also considered to be one of the most romantic restaurant chains in London, as all of their restaurants have beautiful interiors and are in picturesque settings.

If you are looking for a dog-friendly restaurant, Megan’s have dog beds, treats and water bowls available for your four-legged friend.

Megan’s. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

15. Fiume

Circus West Village, SW8 5BN. Tel: 020 3904 9010

Fiume is a modern Italian restaurant that was inspired by the Amalfi Coast. The restaurant faces the river Thames, and has an outdoor terrace filled with rosemary, lavender, and lemon and olive trees planted in rustic terracotta pots. The chef, Francesco Mazzei, has created a range of Amalfi inspired dishes including grilled seafood, fresh pasta which is handmade daily, and thin Roman-style pizza.

Fiume. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

16. No 29 Power Station West

29 Circus Road West, SW11 8EG. Tel: 020 3857 9872

No 29 Power Station West is located on the riverfront, with outdoor seating. They serve brunch and breakfast from 9am-4pm which includes pancakes, and shakshouka, and an all day menu from 11:30am until closing. If you are looking for a good place for a weekend brunch, this is the perfect spot!

No 29 Power Station West
No 29 Power Station West. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

17. Arcade Food Hall

1st Floor, Boiler House, SW11 8DD

The Arcade Food Hall in Battersea Power Station has seating for 500 people, as well as two bars, three restaurants, and a private dining room. You can buy thirteen different types of cuisine including Indian and Nepali street food, Japanese sushi, Cantonese comfort food, and authentic Italian gelato.

Arcade Food Hall
Arcade Food Hall. Photograph by Olivia Herlihy

Map of Places to Eat in Battersea Power Station

All the restaurants mentioned in this post are marked on the map below. The nearest tube station is Battersea Power Station on the northern line.

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Thanks for reading my post about the best places to eat in Battersea Power Station. The Power Station is a great place to go for lunch or dinner. If you know any other places not mentioned in this post, please leave a comment below. I am aware that in the coming months new dinning establishments will be opening up, so I will keep an eye on them, and add any good ones to this list of the best restaurants.