At the OXO Tower, you have a choice of location – you can spend £33 for a three-course meal and cocktail in the Brasserie, which features grilled mackerel, roasted cod, chargrilled rib-eye and a raspberry brûlée. Opt to spend £39 in the Restaurant, on the other hand, and you will be treated to four courses and a cocktail, starting with a scallop taramasalata with Brie, Citrus-cured salmon with seaweed tartar, slow-cooked rump of lamb, and a peach tart with lemon verbena ice cream to finish. Either way, you’ll be treated to an iconic view of the Thames and St. Paul’s Cathedral from London’s famous South Bank. The menu, however, like summer, is fleeting, and you’ll only be able to enjoy one of these delicious meals until the 29th September. The Café in Knightsbridge is open Mon-Sat in the evenings from 6pm – 10:30pm. The OXO Tower Restaurant is open 12pm – 2:30pm every day of the week, 6pm – 6:15pm and 8:30pm – 10pm on Monday and Tuesday; 6pm and 9pm – 10pm on Wednesday and Thursday; for half an hour at 10pm on Friday; 45 minutes from 10pm on Saturday and 8:3pm – 10pm on Sundays. The OXO Brasserie opens from 12pm every weekday, closing at 6:15pm on Monday and Tuesday, 6pm on Wednesday and Thursday, and 5:45pm on Friday. The bar then reopens each evening, from 8:30pm – 10pm on Monday and Tuesday, 9pm – 10pm on Wednesday and Thursday, and 10pm – 10:30pm on Friday. On the weekends, timings are different, with the brasserie being open only from 10pm – 10:45pm on Saturday, and 5pm – 6:15pm and 8:30pm – 10pm on Sunday.
Images courtesy of Harvey Nichols and OXO Tower Restaurant and Brasserie