Battersea Power Station Restaurants

Top 10+ Restaurants at Battersea Power Station

Top 10+ Restaurants at Battersea Power Station

The best eating destinations at this iconic landmark 

Check out all these restaurants to wine and dine in style at the power station and surrounding Circus West Village…

Main image: Brendan Bell


Newcomer Dishoom is already a popular and buzzing spot. The retro-futuristic interiors are stunning and the food even more so. We love the bhatti chicken and black daal. Plus, for every meal sold, Dishoom donates a meal to children in the UK and India.

Clean Kitchen

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

Poke House

The traditional Hawaiian dish of poke, diced raw fish served with salad and other fresh vegetables, is perfect for a healthy lunch or dinner at this casual spot. Choose one of the five signature bowls or make your own. The bowls are made in front of you by a ‘poke artist’.

Kova Patisserie

On Circus Road West, opposite the Battersea General Store, sits Kova Patisserie offering French patisserie staples with a Japanese twist. Expect pastries and sweets that are full of flavour but remain delicate. Kova is a perfect spot for shoppers or riverside walkers to have afternoon tea and cake.

Pictured below: Poke

Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Located in Turbine Hall A is Gordon Ramsay’s all-day dining restaurant, complete with New York loft vibes. Bread Street Kitchen & Bar offers a wide range of cocktails and fantastic wine alongside Gordon’s signature dishes, such as his famous beef wellington and the Himalayan salt, dry-aged beef.



With river views Tapas Brindisa is a great spot for lively vibes and fabulous Spanish staples such as tortilla, freshly made croquetas, grilled chorizo and Padrón peppers, as well as a substantial wine list.


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. The menu consists of fresh produce sourced from their own wholesale business, so expect super-fresh seafood platters, lobster & fries and fish pie.

Megan’s at the power station

With Mediterranean-inspired dishes and a beautiful interior, Megan’s  has holiday vibes and an all day-menu. Pop in for avocado on toast or the staple eggs Benedict for brunch. For dinner, try some of their classy kebabs, with chicken, lamb and halloumi on offer.

Pictured below: Wright Brothers


Francesco Mazzei’s Fiume (which means ‘river’ in Italian) offers classic southern Italian style dishes with an array of fresh pasta and seafood dishes inspired by the traditional food from the Amalfi coast and the Mezzogiorno.



No.29 is a casual spot to enjoy some excellently crafted cocktails, a refreshing cold pint, brunch, lunch or a Sunday roast, all 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, and is referring to the broth made of pork bones. 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  is a stunning restaurant and bar with mesmerising views. The creation of two Michelin-starred Portuguese chef, Henrique Sá Pessoa, the menu features the flavours and cooking techniques of Catalonia and Portugal using the best of British and Iberian produce.

Pictured below: Tonkotsu


South African group Tashas has come to the UK with a fab location at the power station. The interiors are super-pretty and you can rock up for breakfast classics, lighter bites and everything from chops to curry on an eclectic menu.

Arcade Food Hall

This bustling food hall offers everything from sushi to Mexican to Nepali street food to classic burgers, so there is something for everyone.


Noci has developed quite a following for its fresh pasta dishes, which are generous and delicious. Its location inside the power station makes it a perfect pitstop after some shopping.

Pictured below: Arcade Food Hall, Tashas