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If you're looking for a place to shop or stop for refreshment, you're spoilt for choice at Southbank Centre.
Our shops on Festival Terrace*, inside the Royal Festival Hall and at the Hayward Gallery, offer a diverse range of design led gifts, creative toys for children, 50's inspired homewares and items relating to art, music, dance and photography.
Visit Festival Riverside** where you will find Foyles, the world famous bookshop with a range of more than 30,000 titles, sheet music, magazines and gifts.
Just along the riverside is one of London's best kept secrets, the Southbank Centre Book Market.
Our exclusive design collections, including Net & Ball, are now available to buy online. We also have a wide choice of Hayward Publishing catalogues, great gift ranges and web-only offers on selected lines. Visit southbankcentre.co.uk/shop.
Grab a coffee and relax in one of our venues.
Buy two-for-one cocktails at one of our bars.
Or enjoy a special meal with a loved one, overlooking the South Bank for Thames River.
Choose from the award winning family restaurant Giraffe, Strada for a superb Italian menu including pizza, YO! Sushi for 'kaiten' sushi bar style eating, and the superb choice offered by cafe EAT on Festival Riverside.
Alongside the walkway which leads to the Hungerford Bridge, Festival Terrace has several cafes and restaurants including South American restaurant Las Iguanas and Belgian bakery Le Pain Quotidien. They are joined by Caffè Vergnano 1882, Feng Sushi and dim sum restaurant Ping Pong.
Within the Royal Festival Hall, Skylon offers a range of cocktails and an extensive wine list, as well as a modern British menu in stylish surroundings, overlooking the South Bank for Thames River.
There's also the Riverside Terrace Café on Level 2 of the Royal Festival Hall, near the outdoor Terrace Bar (open in summer).
You can also get coffee, sandwiches and cakes from the cafe in the Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer.
Enjoy an eclectic range of food and drink throughout the day and night at Concrete, the bar and cafe located in the Hayward Gallery, accompanied by a rotating programme of free art exhibitions.
The award-winning restaurant Canteen, located on the re-landscaped Southbank Centre Square*** which offers an all-day dining menu of high quality British food at reasonable prices in a modern well-designed environment.
* Festival Terrace - on the left-side of Royal Festival Hall as you are walking towards South Bank (from Waterloo British Rail station).
** Festival Riverside - on the South Bank, in-front of Royal Festival Hall.
*** Southbank Centre Square - Belvedere Road (where the Royal Festival Hall faces Waterloo British Rail station).
Note: All our cafes and restaurants are accessible to people with disabilities.