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Restaurants in Southbank

Southbank restaurants – London’s cultural centre. Concentrating a large part of London’s most notable tourist attractions and cultural landmarks, the South Bank of London is a favourite destination for international visitors and Londoners on a day out. Besides a day full of cultural and historical sightseeing at the House of Commons, there are many restaurants in Southbank to tantalize you, whether you’re looking for a family friendly burger joint or a romantic bistro for pre-theatre dining. Strolling along the south bank of the River Thames brings many opportunities for beautiful water-view dining. Many of these Southbank restaurants offer amazing views of the sights on the opposite bank. Additionally, the best restaurants in Southbank have kid’s menus and relaxed atmospheres to give your hungry family a break.

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Côte Brasserie - Royal Festival Hall

Côte Brasserie - Royal Festival Hall

Southbank
French££££
5.3/658
Côte Brasserie - Royal Festival Hall
Locale Southbank

Locale Southbank

Southbank
Italian££££
4.9/613
Locale Southbank
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    Restaurants in Southbank – Family Friendly Dining

    South Bank is the ideal place for a family day out. A day can easily be spent strolling from one sight to the next including the IMAX theatre, the Aquarium, Tate Modern gallery and the iconic London Eye observation wheel. And with so many options for family-friendly dining available, Southbank restaurants have you covered. Got kids in tow but hankering to try some blood sausage and mash at a traditional pub? Most pubs will allow children as long as they’re accompanied by an adult and—obviously—don’t drink alcohol. You may have to sit in a separate section but the bottom line is, more often than not, if you have kids, you can have your pub and drink there, too. Just make sure you speak to someone from the restaurant first, to make sure it’s okay.
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    Best restaurants in Southbank – South Bank Centre

    Arguably known as London’s “cultural centre”, South Bank Centre is a hotbed of performance, theatre and visual art, and the area immediately surrounding the Centre is teeming with restaurants, bars and pubs. The Southbank restaurants available to you for pre- and post- theatre eating include modern upscale for share plates and hip cocktail culture, to pies and ale at traditional pubs. Also, keep in mind that many restaurants in Southbank include a free view of the River. Best of all, several of the best restaurants in Southbank are attached to or immediately adjacent to visitor’s hotspots, so you won’t have to walk far to your next destination. Catering to those on an outing these great eateries have just the grub you’re looking for.
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    Places to eat in Southbank – High class highballs

    As many of the places to eat in Southbank contain bars and lounges which are notable in their own right, Southbank is the perfect place to come to class it up with some designer cocktails or hipster highballs. If you’re headed to South Bank Centre or the Old Vic for a show, hit one of South Bank’s upscale destination restaurant’s lounges to relax in style and take in the glittering London skyline. While you’re at it enjoy some tapas from a pre- theatre specialty menu, and you can save some money too as often they’re specially priced. If you’re looking to find the best Southbank restaurants, use Quandoo’s online search platform and narrow down your choices. Search by cuisine, location and price, and effortlessly find the eatery that’s best for you!