Ever had a boozy afternoon at church? Me neither. Until recently, the closest I’d ever been to wining and dining in such hallowed halls was a nibble of wafer and a sip of wine at communion on Sundays when I was a kid. But this heathen has grown up and the only worship on my mind is for what’s onmy…
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The first Duddell's restaurant to open outside of Hong Kong, this London Bridge restaurant is a luxurious find.
Located in the historic St Thomas' Church, Duddell's is serving authentic Cantonese cuisine using fresh ingredients and modern techniques. Holding onto as much character as possible, a number of traditional features remain, including the mahogany altar and the building's Queen Anne architecture. Designed by award winning architects Michaelis Boyd, the interior also features mezzanine level hanging above, offering a semi-private dining experience.
In true Duddell's style, the venue's destination bar offers both handcrafted cocktails and an impressive selection of wines from some of the world's finest vineyards. While food is the focal point (think tea-smoked chicken, truffle-roasted black cod and lobster noodles), art is just as important, so this one's for foodies and art lovers alike.
- Happily Affordable ££
- No Minimum Age
- Background Music
- Booking required
Duddell's London, St Thomas Street, SE1 9RY
London Bridge (Tube)