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Waterloo restaurants – London’s cultural centre

Located in South Bank and centering around The Cut, a popular shopping, theatre and eating destination, Waterloo in London is a favourite destination for international visitors and Londoners alike. Concentrating a large part of London’s most notable tourist attractions and cultural landmarks, as well as a centre for theatre, the area is a hotspot for cultural exploration. On top of a day full of sightseeing, there are many restaurants in Waterloo to tempt you whether you’re looking for a family friendly burger joint or a romantic bistro for pre-theatre dining. Featuring cuisines from all over the world, including Japanese, Chinese, Indian and even American, eating in this London area is a true cultural experience.

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    Waterloo restaurants – Culture and Brunch

    Known by many to be London’s cultural centre, South Bank Centre is a breeding ground for performance, theatre and visual arts. Due to the hundreds of thousands of visitors to the area every year, the Centre’s immediate surrounds are teeming with restaurants, bars and pubs. The Waterloo 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. With so many places to eat in Waterloo that offer European-style menus with quality seasonal and heritage ingredients, it is a fantastic place to go for a weekend brunch. Most feature special all-day Saturday or Sunday menus with particularly savoury items. Start the day with a stroll along the river and a delicious brunch in Waterloo.
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    Restaurants in Waterloo – Family friendly dining

    Waterloo is a great choice for a family day. The hours can easily be wiled away strolling from one sight to the next, like the IMAX theatre, the Aquarium, Tate Modern gallery and the London Eye observation wheel. With so many options for family-friendly dining available, you will not be left wondering where to eat in Waterloo. Many great eateries have children’s menus and relaxed atmospheres. Got kids in tow but hankering to try a steak and ale pie at a traditional pub? Most will allow children as long as they’re accompanied by an adult and—obviously—don’t drink alcohol. Just make sure to ask someone who works there first, to make sure it’s okay. If a pub isn’t your thing, there are many great ethnic eateries that cater to kids, too.
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    Restaurants in Waterloo– Waterloo Bridge

    Walking the south bank of the River Thames brings many opportunities for beautiful water-view dining, and the area to the east of the bridge has many international choices for Waterloo restaurants. The eateries in this area are reasonably priced for the most part and many of them have terraces or views of the water and sights on the opposite bank. Several of the best restaurants in Waterloo are attached or immediately adjacent to visitor’s hotspots, so you won’t have to walk far to your next destination. If you’re still undecided on where to eat, use Quandoo’s online search platform to narrow down your search. Book online, then earn loyalty points that you can use towards for use in the best restaurants in Waterloo!