Just behind the development is Gazette, a delightfully authentic French brasserie. While a few doors up is The Battersea Quarter and its eclectic Mediterranean influenced menu. Keep walking and you’ll reach Banyan on the Thames, with its stunning roof terrace above the river. Then at Battersea Square, you have Gordon Ramsay’s acclaimed London House and the local favourite, Queenswood.
Further towards Battersea Park, there’s Source Battersea, whose seasonal British cuisine is the embodiment of its name. Alternatively, head in the direction of Wandsworth Bridge, and you’ll find The Waterfront, a popular bar restaurant, and The Ship, an atmospheric gastro-pub with a superb terrace. The good times will flow quite literally.
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London House. Admittedly not directly on The Thames, but Gordon Ramsay’s Battersea outpost is arguably the area’s culinary jewel.
The Ship. The food is great, but its sprawling riverside terrace is what makes it the perfect location for a balmy summer’s night.
Source Battersea. This shabby-chic brasserie’s interior perfectly complements its refined seasonal, locally sourced British creations.