If you're looking for a place to stop for refreshment while visiting Southbank Centre, you're spoilt for choice.
Choose from the award winning family restaurant Giraffe, superb Italian and pizza restaurant Strada, 'kaiten' sushi bar style eating at YO! Sushi, the pan-Asian noodle restaurant wagamama and a superb choice at cafe EAT on Festival Riverside. Plus, as of this summer, mexican restaurant Wahaca have opened a new venue here - made out of eight shipping containers!
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.
You can also get wines and spirits, draft beers, coffee, sandwiches and cakes from the Queen Elizabeth Hall Bar & Café.
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. There's also the Riverside Terrace Café on Level 2 of the Royal Festival Hall, the Central Bar in the foyer and 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. Enjoy an eclectic range of food and drink throughout the day and night at Concrete, the new bar and cafe located in the Hayward Gallery, accompanied by a rotating programme of contemporary video works.
WiFi is available at all the retail units along Festival Riverside (provider: The Cloud) and is payable.
All our restaurants are accessible to people with disabilities.