The iconic OXO Tower building overlooks the River Thames, and the top floor is home to Harvey Nichols' OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie. It features unparalleled panoramic views across the City of London skyline, dominated by St Paul's Cathedral. Tate Modern, The London Eye, Royal Festival Hall and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre are only a few minutes' walk away along the riverside path.
OXO Tower Brasserie has launched a new, fabulously indulgent 'Theatre Not Afternoon Tea' menu, which is a great alternative to the classic Afternoon Tea in the Restaurant. Beautifully presented, the 'Theatre Not Afternoon Tea' menu features a range of tasting dessert plates inspired from some of the world's top theatre productions in London's most iconic venues. Each 'Main-Act' treat is expertly paired with a mouth-watering cocktail and is suceeded with a surprise themed 'Final Act' and 'Encore' dish to conclude this thespian dream.
OXO Tower's pastry chef, Penny Wabbit, has worked closely with the OXO Tower Bar team to create the sophisticated pairings based on the magic and fancy of the several famous productions.
OXO now offer a Children's Theatre Not Afternoon Tea priced at £18 per child. Little ones can also enjoy treats based on the family-friendly theatre shows alongisde a ruby red fizzy mocktail.
Afternoon Tea is served 3pm to 5pm Monday to Friday, 2pm to 4.30pm on Saturday to Sunday
Booking is essential
Southwark and Waterloo
The Brasserie Reception
OXO Tower Brasserie
Children of all ages welcome
No live music
All major credit cards accepted
Guide dogs only
You will receive instant confirmation of your booking by email