City Social


Situated on the 24th floor of London's iconic Tower 42 is City Social, a chic and sophisticated restaurant from acclaimed chef Jason Atherton. The venue becomes Atherton's fifth outpost, and blends beautiful cuisine with a stylish interior and stunning views of the City to create a first-rate dining experience.

As might be expected, Atherton has assembled an incredibly talented culinary team to whip up all kinds of tasty treats. Head chef is the vastly experienced Paul Walsh, and the kitchen produces a range of indulgent mains, lighter bar snacks and a strong dessert list. Sample mains include a Rack of Romney Marsh lamb, braised shoulder shepherd's pie and Line-caught Cornish sea bass, deep-fried oyster, cucumber, sea fennel and oyster veloute. There's also plenty of delectable pasta, rice and grilled dishes to consider.

The food is great, and the vast range of drinks raises the stakes further. There's a long list of cocktails and wines, as well as a good selection of beers, spirits and champagnes if there's cause for celebration. City Social can definitely be visited for the strength of its drinks cabinet alone. 

Dishes don't come cheap, but the quality of the cuisine speaks for itself. Located in the heart of the business world; the venue is perfect for hosting meetings, business lunches and private parties alike.


  • Splash the Cash £££
  • No Door Charge
  • Smart casual


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 12:00 22:30
Tuesday 12:00 22:30
Wednesday 12:00 22:30
Thursday 12:00 22:30
Friday 12:00 22:30
Saturday 12:00 22:30
Sunday - -



City Social, Tower 42,, 25 Old Broad St, EC2N 1HQ


Liverpool Street

Nearest Station

Liverpool Street (Tube)


  • A word from the chef:

    Serving a range of classic and contemporary British dishes.

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Our Review

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