The Best Battersea Power Station Restaurants

Situated on the south bank of the Thames, this is a buzz-worthy destination if you need some retail therapy or a quick coffee, with a recent cash injection making it one of the coolest buildings in the city (having been a part of the London skyline since way back in 1929). Once a coal-fired power station, empty for years due to lack of need, it now happens to host some of the finest dining spots south of the river. From wood-fired pizzas fresh from the oven to yummy tapas-style dishes and fab brunch spots, check out our guide to the best restaurants near Battersea Power Station.

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Last updated on 29th May 2024

Megan's at the Power Station (Battersea)

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The Megan's Battersea Power Station brunch is bringing a Mediterranean twist to proceedings, alongside bottomless bubbles on the weekend. Aesthetically stunning with pretty golden beads of fairy lights thread throughout and blue and white tiling, it's a gorgeous spot for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Take a seat in one of its plush, comfy chairs and tuck into plates of rich and tomatoey shakshuka, mopped up with fresh sourdough, or the venue's iconic shish kebabs, filled with braised lamb shoulder, or chargrilled chicken thigh.

Searcys Champagne Bar At Battersea Power Station

Possibly the most elegant restaurant in the area, Searcy's Champagne Bar at Battersea Power Station boasts a wide range of bubbles, alongside sophisticated wines and delicious dishes, notorious under the brand. Guests can delight in rich, navy blue interiors paired with golden accents, presenting a luxe setting to sup on English sparkling wine. Enjoy Avruga caviar to share, North Atlantic prawns or a well-presented sharing board filled with cured meats, cornichons and caper berries while sipping on the finest fizz in the business. Laurent-Perrier, anyone?

No 29 Power Station West

With sleek interiors and modern finishings, No 29 Power Station West is one of the best Battersea Power Station restaurants with a view overlooking the Thames. The fairy-lit terrace is a major draw to those looking to get cosy in the evenings. Meanwhile, the house bar is a striking and lively place to get social throughout the day (or night). Chow down on something sweet by choosing buttermilk pancakes topped with caramelised banana and salted caramel ice cream for brunch, or Cumbrian flat iron chicken paired with pickled smoky cucumber for dinner. 

Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea

Cinnamon Kitchen is a real treat for modern Indian food fanatics, known for its authentic regional cuisine and luxe interiors that scream of a date night in the city. After you've finished strolling around the shops, hit up the space boasting industrial-style fixtures, a curving roof and bare-brick walls. Located on Arches Lane, the place dishes out vegan-friendly fare, stellar cocktails and the finest Champagne, all brought to you by The Cinnamon Club. The Battersea Power Station restaurants' menu features plates of paneer butter masala, baked sea bream filler on a banana leaf with a mango sauce, and lamb shank alongside pilau rice. 

Arcade Food Hall Battersea Power Station

Arcade is the Battersea Power Station food hall that's on everyone's lips - thanks to an on-site taproom, cocktail bar and loads of different traders serving 13 different cuisines from across the world. It sports retro decor from its glowing neon signage to its burnt orange, geometric carpet, making it a real treat for the eyes as well as the tastebuds. Whether you fancy Taiwanese beef short rib bao from, you guessed it, BAO, fried chicken from Manna, sushi from Sushi Kamon or beef tacos from Mexa, this place has you covered for moreish meals across a stylish diner-inspired space.

Vagabond Battersea Power Station

When it comes to Battersea Power Station restaurants, London knows what's up by presenting the much-loved wine bar Vagabond, open for your date nights (or days) of dreams. Decorated with barrels, ribbons of leafy wines and racks stacked with bottles, it's delving out juicy hanger steaks with parsnip crisps and roasted shallots, plus Instagram-worthy charcuterie boards. Naturally, the biggest draw is the huge wine list, with sips like a white Chateau Des Jaques or a red Esk Valley pinot noir. 

Wright Brothers Battersea

A restaurant the city knows and loves when it comes to ocean dining (with a previous outpost found in the heart of central London), seafood lovers will absolutely adore this gem of a Battersea spot. Oozing a luxurious bistro feel with dark furnishings and a pretty outdoor terrace, The Wright Brothers is the perfect place to devour shellfish platters of dreams. The menu has you set with lush lobster dishes, grilled prawns and the freshest selection of oysters from £12.75 for three. Topping it off? Surf 'n' turf, of course; expect chargrilled steaks and roasted scallops.

Roti King Battersea

Whether inside or out on their dining terrace, Battersea Power Station restaurant Roti King is celebrating Malaysian flavour and authentic cuisine in abundance, with chef and owner Sugen Gopal leading the charge. Found on Circus West Village, right next to Battersea Brewery, try their kari selection, with mutton, dahl and fish up for grabs. Then, for dessert, get your chops around Planta AKA sweet roti with condensed milk, or Kaya which is the same except with coconut jam. 

The Black Cab Coffee Co

Despite its name, The Black Cab Coffee Co is bringing much more to the table than your daily cup of Joe. With floor-to-ceiling windows letting in floods of natural light, it's a pretty spot to enjoy a flat white and a bite to eat. Dishing out the most scrumptious brunches, cocktails, and botanical decor, they're in the business of fresh quality paired with casual dining. We recommend the spicy shakshuka, or grabbing an open focaccia sandwich filled with Parma ham and mozzarella, and soaking up the rays in the garden. 


Craving Italian food? Get your fix of homemade pasta at Fiume in Battersea Power Station. Baby blue seats line raised tables and rose gold lights dangle from the ceiling, leading up to an impressive open kitchen where head chef Davide Mazzocchi is at the helm. Opt for either a set menu where two courses come in at an affordable £24 each, or select your favourites from the a la carte. Expect to inhale plates of burrata drizzled in balsamic, oven-baked gnocchi with mozzarella cheese and tiramisu for dessert.


When it comes to rooftop Battersea Power Station restaurants, a stunning view can found on the 15th floor of art-otel in the form of Joia. It promises lip-smacking Portuguese cuisine in arguably one of the prettiest settings in the city. Award-winning, two-Michelin star chef Henrique Sá Pessoa is the genius behind a sensational menu packing octopus salad, cuttlefish buns and Basque cheesecake for dessert. Not just an Instagrammable hotspot, with a glimpse of those incredible power station towers, it also doubles up as a lush cocktail bar, with interiors designed by Russel Sage Studios, and offers deluxe sips like the gin Mahon and lychee-based Onix, and the basil-infused Esmeralda.

TOZI Grand Cafe

TOZI Grand Cafe should be on your radar for pretty Italian dining south of the river. Its design is inspired by the elegance of Europe's famous grand cafés, with towering ceilings and dangling droplets of light. Expect to try dreamy burrata, tender veal Milanese and mega portions of wild boar pappardelle, although don't forget about the punchy negronis or indulgent tiramisu either. You'll also find a luxe afternoon tea for just £35 per person, featuring pistachio cream choux with mascarpone and lemon curb, as well as a traditional Italian Valhorona chocolate tart. 

Tapas Brindisa Battersea

Tapas Brindisa is the perfect place to check out if you can't decide on just one plate or you're after a spectacular haunt to tempt your tastebuds. Grab your best friend, take in stunning views of the Thames from an elegant dining room with rusted red tiled flooring and intimate booths, and order dozens of gorgeous nibbles. We're talking about group-sharing menus filled with patatas bravas, chorizo, Ibérico ham from Señorío de Montanera and other authentic Spanish bites.