Savage Garden – London’s latest rooftop destination, set 12 storeys above and far removed from the city’s concrete jungle below, is a bar like no other. A study in experimentation and temptation, the decadent decor, jaw-dropping views, dramatic cocktails and truly savage menus provide a standout venue. Located atop the DoubleTree by Hilton London – Tower of London, Savage Garden demands attention with its floor-to-ceiling windows affording uninterrupted views of the London skyline.
Feast your eyes, and your taste buds, on the wicked range of imaginative cocktails. Strange and unlikely ingredients include black treacle, smoked syrup, turmeric, bitters, oak vanilla and black pepper. Weird and very wonderful when mixed in to new unique creative cocktails. All to be enjoyed from next week in the famous bar on the 12th floor of Savage Garden.
Happy Hour just got Savage… the iconic rooftop bar and restaurant by Tower Bridge is introducing a Savagely Late Happy Hour session on classic cocktails from 11pm every week night.
Savage Garden’s food menu features unexpected flavour combinations and theatrical serves to deliver dishes that look as good as they taste. From charcoal sliders through to squid sticks mounted on pineapples and the barbarous pork tomahawks, Savage Garden offers a unique and exciting take on bar food that assaults the senses. When it comes to Afternoon Tea, you’ll find a twisted take on the much loved classic featuring daring savouries, savage scones and dark desserts and cakes – think cherry and coconut lamingtons and dark chocolate crémeux spheres.
Guests can enjoy food and drink in the bar lounge or step out on to either of Savage Garden’s two terraces – Wildside and the Beefeater Pink South Terrace – for an al fresco experience overlooking London’s skyline.
You might not know but..
Whilst some people believe the bar is named after popular 90’s band Savage Garden, the name was actually inspired by the street ‘Savage Garden’ that can be found 12 storeys below