If you're looking for a place to stop for refreshment while visiting Southbank Centre, you're spoilt for choice. Over the Alchemy weekends (13 – 15 April and 20 – 22 April), make sure to visit the Taste of India Market with authentic food, craft and fashion from India, the UK and South Asia.
Set in the Royal Festival Hall main foyer, Riverside Terrace Café benefits from spectacular views across the river Thames.
Located within the main foyer of the Royal Festival Hall and featuring 1950s lounge style seating, Central Bar is a popular destination for everyone visiting Southbank Centre.
Enjoy a selection of teas, coffees and fresh juices along with a range of delicious cakes, pastries, sandwiches and salads at the Cafe counter or choose from a range of beers, wines and soft drinks at the Bar.
By day, Concrete at the Hayward Gallery is a welcoming cafe serving lunch and light refreshments. In the evening, it turns into a late-night bar serving classic and innovative cocktails, beers, wines and more in intimate surroundings. You will find Concrete situated at the front of the gallery.
Skylon restaurant's menu reflects Modern European styles with British influences.
Like the original Spitalfields location, Canteen at Southbank Centre serves high quality British food at reasonable prices and continues to give customers ultimate flexibility with an all-day menu offering breakfast, lunch, dinner, afternoon tea and bar snacks.
What's On In London Magazine, declared Caffe Vergnano 'Coffee Shop of the Year 2005/6', and the managing editor, Roger Foss, came to present the certificate at the Restaurant Show.
British family run company dedicated to good, fresh, uncomplicated food. We make sandwiches, soups and salads in our kitchen every day using our own recipes and good, fresh ingredients.
With its crowd-pleasing menu, Giraffe has something for everyone
Las Iguanas is the place to enjoy a feast of fresh and imaginative regional dishes with a twist.
Enter Le Pain Quotidien anywhere in the world and you can expect to be greeted first with the smell of fresh bread.
Contemporary and stylish setting to enjoy a break from shopping or to relax after exploring the city's many sights and attractions.
wagamama is a noodle restaurant inspired by the hustle and bustle of canteen-style Japanese noodle bars, but its menu is an unmistakable blend of pan-Asian flavours and the freshest seasonal ingredients from closer to home.
Its philosophy is simple: create a venue that blends contemporary style with an authentic Chinese aesthetic. Then provide a fantastic shared dining experience, traditional dim sum of the very highest and exceptional customer service.
Absolutely fantastic - the most decadently, velvety delicious sushi I have ever tasted' - Ginny Dougary, Times Magazine
A 'kaiten' (conveyor belt) sushi bar, where you can choose from over 80 Japanese-inspired items, such as rice dishes, salads, tempura, chicken katsu curry, salmon teriyaki or yakisoba noodles.
All our restaurants are accessible to people with disabilities.