About Battersea Power Station
Discover the first chapter of Battersea Power Stations regeneration which is fast becoming London’s most exciting riverside neighbourhood.
On the banks of the River Thames, you’ll find an exciting mix of independent and design-led restaurants, bars, shops and things to do – all bursting with character.
Sample cuisine from around the world including: modern Indian food at Vivek Singh’s Cinnamon Kitchen, rustic Italian recipes at Francesco Mazzei’s Fiume, British seafood at Wright Brothers, Spanish tapas at Brindisa and Danish pizza at Copenhagen phenomenon, Mother. Home-made noodles and authentic Japanese bone broth ramen are on the menu at Tonkotsu, while dog-friendly Megan’s specialises in Mediterranean inspired dishes served all day in an insta-worthy setting.
We’re extremely excited about the brand new one-of-a-kind Archlight Cinema, which shows a carefully curated selection of films in an intimate setting.
Home-made noodles and authentic Japanese bone both ramen are on the menu at Tonkotsu while dog-friendly Megan’s specialises in Mediterranean inspired dishes served day-to-night in an Insta-worthy setting.
Other local gems include Battersea Brewery, which has its own microbrewery tucked under the arches and Moyses Stevens – London’s oldest and most prestigious florist.
Battersea Power Station is also home to the ultimate party-on-a-bike spin studio Boom Cycle and VIP celebrity hair and beauty salon Paul Edmonds.
When the sun goes down, head to No.29 Power Station West and discover their extensive cocktail list or Vagabond to sample over one hundred wines by the glass.
At Battersea Power Station, you’ll find a community brought together not only by the good things in life, but also by a packed schedule of art and events from food festivals, live music, exhibitions, workshops and more.
Every weekend, the River Walk Market showcases the best local designs, gifts, fresh produce and street food in the piazza. There’s no better way to spend the day than by having a browse in the sun, picking up a paper from The Battersea General Store before popping into The CoffeeWorks project for one of the best cups of coffee in London.
For more information on what’s open, click here (www.batterseapowerstation.co.uk/retailers)
For more information on what’s on, click here (www.batterseapowerstation.co.uk/events)