Battersea Power Station Restaurants

Top 10+ Restaurants at Battersea Power Station

Top 10+ Restaurants at Battersea Power Station

The most amazing eating destinations at this iconic landmark! 

Check out all these restaurants to wine and dine in style at one of London’s most distinct landmarks and the surrounding Circus West Village…

Main image: Brendan Bell

Clean Kitchen

Tucked inside Turbine Hall B, as you enter the station from the river, right next to the new chimney viewing experience, is the all-new Clean Kitchen. With a 100% plant-based menu, they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, available for eat-in, takeaway, and delivery.

The CEO of Clean Kitchen, social media personality Mikey Pearce, spoke at the Power Station’s grand opening about how he aims to bring plant-based food to the mainstream market. “Expect the unexpected”, Mikey added on Clean Kitchen’s YouTube channel: “We will look to create events, and collaborations with your favourite brands, bringing DJs, special guests and performers and also an innovative 100% plant-based menu.”

With a range of breakfast smoothies, acai bowls and fruit pots that provide an easy and healthy breakfast, beyond-meat burgers and meat-free sandwiches (you can get a plant-based BLT), Clean Kitchen does not disappoint in delivering a 100% vegan menu that is not only delicious but varied.

Poke House

(Pictured below) The traditional Hawaiian dish of poke, diced raw fish served with salad and other fresh vegetables, is perfect for a healthy lunch or dinner. On the Upper Ground Floor, Turbine Hall A, you will find this lush combination of Californian vibes and Hawaiian cuisine. The ingredients are delivered daily to ensure fresh and high-quality food. You can choose one of the five-signature bowls or make your own. The bowls are made in front of you by a ‘poke artist’ allowing you to select your ingredients, creating a personal feeling in the restaurant. 

Now introducing The Poke Pup Club, Poke invites you and your furry companion to join their new dog walking club.  Taking part on a Sunday, owners can enjoy a free coffee morning before taking their pups out with other dog mums and dads. While owners enjoy a hot drink, pups can enjoy the new Pup Poke bowl, a protein and amnio-acid-rich bowl combining a host of dog-friendly nutrients and ingredients proven to help dog gut health, immune systems, hormone function and coat health.

Kova Patisserie

On Circus Road West, opposite the Battersea General Store, in a separate little building at the foot of the power station, sits Kova Patisserie. Kova consists of French patisserie staples with a Japanese twist. They offer a range of cakes, teas and bubble teas. This branch has a comfortable interior featuring vast glass panels that allow for airy and spacious dining. The pastries and sweets are full of flavour but remain delicate. Kova is a perfect spot for shoppers or walkers to have afternoon tea and cake.

Pictured below: Poke

Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Now opened in Turbine Hall A is Gordon Ramsay’s all-day dining restaurant., complete with New York loft vibes. Bread Street Kitchen & Bar not only provides a wide range of cocktails and fantastic wine, but also offers some of Gordon’s signature dishes, such as his famous beef wellington or the Himalayan salt, dry-aged beef (the beef is dry-aged for a minimum of 35 days). The stylish and classy place is perfect for after-work drinks, quality food, and great vibes.


Circus Road West’s very own tapas restaurant, by the bank of the river Thames. Tapas Brindisa is the culmination of 30 years’ experience as purveyors of Spanish food and culture. Half-a-dozen seasonal dishes using ingredients from the market supplement tapas staples such as tortilla, freshly made croquetas, grilled chorizo and Padrón peppers, as well as a substantial wine list. Tapas Brindisa is a great place to enjoy traditional Spanish food and indulge in some delicious wine whilst gazing out over a magnificent view of the Thames.


Also located in Circus West Village, with views of the Thames and the power station is The Wright Brothers – one of London’s leading seafood experts with branches all around the city (pictured below).

The menu consists of fresh produce sourced from their own wholesale business and it changes regularly to ensure an ever-changing range of fresh, high-quality seafood. They are well known for their delicious oysters, a ‘pound a pop’ during happy hour every Monday to Friday from 3-6 pm and for brunch every Saturday and Sunday 9 -11:45 am. They offer brilliant signature shellfish platters such as the grilled Carabineros prawns with pan con tomate, a sweet and succulent grilled prawn dish. However, they also offer fabulous British meat dishes such as mouth-watering steak tartare with toasted sourdough bread. This spectacular seafood place is a fantastic destination for foodies to enjoy classic British seafood. Meals can be enjoyed on the Coaling Jetty, their outside dining area with stunning riverside views.

Megan’s at the power station

Another feature of the array of brilliant riverside restaurants in Circus West is Megan’s. With a Mediterranean-inspired menu and a beautiful interior, dining there brings a comforting feeling of being on holiday. They are open for brunch, lunch, and dinner and also offer a fantastic cocktail menu. On weekends, they also serve a bottomless brunch. You can enjoy the simple but delicious avocado on toast or the staple eggs Benedict. For dinner, why not try some of their classy kebabs, in which you can choose from chicken, lamb and halloumi or falafel filling? They are a dog-friendly restaurant, and with a welcoming group of staff – no wonder Megan’s is always packed with happy customers.

Pictured below: Wright Brothers


Presented by chef Francesco Mazzei, Fiume (which means ‘river’ in Italian) is a new modern Italian restaurant that sits on the riverbank in Circus West. Presenting classic southern Italian style dishes and apervitivos, Fiume provides an array of fresh pasta and seafood dishes inspired by the traditional food from the Amalfi coast and the Mezzogiorno.

Mazzei is the chef patron, while his friend Lazarin Kroni is the head chef and oversees the day-to-day running of the restaurant. They are both from the same region of Italy. For the food, they use a combination of British and Mediterranean ingredients. For instance, for the pinsa course, you can indulge in a thin Roman-style pizza with wild mushroom and truffle toppings. And for primi, they serve a range of handmade pasta inspired by Southern Italy’s seafood traditions.


No.29 is the only pub in Circus West and does not disappoint in providing an ideal spot to enjoy some excellently crafted cocktails, a refreshing cold pint or some superb locally sourced food. No.29 is not only a lively hangout for a get-together with friends on a Friday night, but can be a destination in which to relax and have a morning coffee, whilst looking out at the magnificent view of the Thames.

Pictured below: Fiume, No.29


On Arches Lane lies Tonkotsu, a Japanese restaurant specialising in the traditional ramen dishes from Kyushu, Japan’s southern island (pictured below). The word Tonkotsu literally translates to “pig bone” in Japanese, but of course, you won’t be ordering pig bone for dinner. In most Japanese and Asian restaurants, Tonkotsu is referring to broth made of pork bones. The process of making the broth is a long one, pork bones are cooked at a rolling boil for 12 hours. This ensures all the goodness is extracted from the bones and the broth turns creamy and white in colour. The broth is the staple of the restaurant, but the menu also includes superb crispy fried chicken dishes, lovely fresh gyozas and “Hiyashi” often referred to as summer ramen, which is cold ramen noodles paired with toppings such as cucumber or ham.


Meaning ‘jewel’ in Portuguese, JOIA, a restaurant, bar and rooftop with mesmerising views, is the creation of the two Michelin-starred Portuguese chef, Henrique Se Pessoa. Located on the 14th,15th and 16th floors of art-otel, chef Henrique makes his London debut with a unique and fresh take on traditional dishes using British and Iberian produce. Serving traditional Portuguese recipes such as BACALHAU À BRÁS, a mix of salted cod, potatoes, egg in a creamy dish topped with parsley and black olives, Henrique’s menu also has Spanish influences offering a range of Spanish tortillas. On the 14th floor, the JOIA bar’s extensive drinks menu offers a range of Catalonian and Portuguese flavours with cocktails mixing Iberian spices and a great wine selection.


Opening soon this summer, Bounce ping pong bar is the ultimate place for a fun activity, drinks and a tasty bite.  They serve up pizzas and small bites with a classic beer, wine and cocktail list. As well as ping pong the bar also hosts games of shuffleboard, beer pong and a high-tech immersive Wonderball experience.

Pictured below: Tonkotsu


Coming soon this summer, is the UK’s first Tashas, a lovely café concept that first started in South Africa in 2005. With a menu consisting of fine ingredients and a philosophy of creating a homely environment with delicious food all prepared fresh and made to order, Tashas is sure to be a hit. Classic comfort food with an inspired twist is the focus of the recipes, while the interior design of the restaurant is to be marvelled at in its modern excellence.

Founder Natasha Sideris (pictured below) said: “I believe that the setting you eat in is every bit as important as what’s on your plate. Today Tashas has become an extended family of 21 restaurants – 15 in South Africa and 6 in the UAE – and all of them are spaces where food and conversation go hand in hand.”

See the website for updates on the opening.

Arcade Food Hall

Opening this year, this massive space will offer a modern approach to dining, inspired by street food culture to bring a fresh mix of food concepts together with three restaurants and a cocktail bar to make a bustling food hall. From sushi to Mexican to Nepali street food to classic burgers, there will be something to everyone’s tastes and a chance to try something new from a different culture you may never have thought you’d have the chance to.


This modern Italian pasta restaurant serves all the best fresh silken pasta with street food inspired snacks and flavourful cocktails on tap. Noci brings together inspiration from the chefs travels and heritage across Italy to create dishes that celebrate the changing seasons. The Genovese ragu topped with Tête de Moine cheese is a Noci staple and is recommended to pair with a seasonal spritz. Bringing together the classics with signature staples, this little neighbourhood restaurant is the perfect place to have a seat with your shopping bags and empty stomach or a romantic date night for two.

Pictured below: Arcade Food Hall, Tashas