Sea Containers

Description

Inspired by the Golden Age of transatlantic travel and designed under the creative direction of visionary Tom Dixon, Sea Containers London brings the best of American and British cuisine to the Southbank, offering a modern yet casual dining experience in an informal setting alongside the River Thames.

The copper-clad hull guides you through to the restaurant, which boasts an open-plan kitchen featuring an impressive wood-fired oven. At the centre of the restaurant, there is an iconic 18-seat signature stainless steel bar designed to reflect an American diner, together with a Yellow Submarine which continues the maritime theme of the hotel. Sea Containers Restaurant also boasts stunning views over the Thames, a riverside terrace for al fresco dining and a private dining room with an outdoor terrace.

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and a weekend bottomless brunch. Each menu combine Modern American and British cuisine with hints of West Indian spices, as a nod to our Chefs’ roots. Incorporating a range of fresh and locally sourced ingredients (which pack a punch in places!), these are menus that are designed to be shared and enjoyed in the dynamic surroundings of our beautiful Sea Containers Restaurant.

Offers

Offer Availability
Bottomless Brunch from £19pp

Info

  • Taking Bookings
  • Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
  • None
  • Smart Casual, Dress to impress

Hours

Day Open Close Notes
Monday 7:00 22:00
Tuesday 7:00 22:00
Wednesday 7:00 22:00
Thursday 7:00 22:00
Friday 7:00 22:00
Saturday 7:00 22:00
Sunday 7:00 22:00

Location

Address

Sea Containers, 20, Upper Ground, SE1 9PD

Area

South London

Nearest Station

Southwark (Tube)

Menus

  • Cuisines

    This venue serves British, Seafood, Brunch, Burgers and American food.

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Seated
Capacity
Standing
Cost Min spend
Midweek*
Min spend
Weekend*
Sunset 120 400 - - -
Studio Floor 120 275 - - -
0 0 - - -

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

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Customer Reviews (4)

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