With a menu fusing Mediterranean and Asian influences and boasting a premium position in Battersea overlooking the Thames, The Battersea Quarter is a top spot for less-than-usual cuisine in London SW. Healthy breakfast options, lunches and dinners (including a unique Sunday lunch proposition) and a full drinks menu come together to form a truly novel dining experience. You can find The Battersea Quarter in Molasses House at Plantation Wharf, accessible from Cinnamon Row or Cotton Row off York Place. Book a table now and don’t forget to check out BQ’s sister The Chelsea Quarter Cafe over the river!
Food was ok but not hot enough. A table for 2 persons still need to pay 12.5% service charge while it was obviously shortage of waiting staff. Difficult to get someone for food and wine order, and I need to get to the bar counter to pay for my bill, which is over £70 for a Sunday lunch for 2.
Great food and wine, friendly service and fab location on the banks of the Thames which sparkles with a million lights at night and makes for a very romantic setting. Would definitely go back.
Great lunch on the river, amazing sushi and a great wine selection. Staff were very attentive and looked after us fantastically. We will be back very soon!
Breakfast at The Battersea Quarter – the ‘Battersea Sunrise’ – is popular among those living Thameside along Plantation Wharf from Wandsworth Bridge to Clapham Junction. Ranging from the simple two eggs on toast to the BQ full breakfast or croissants, fresh baked breads and pastries from the viennoiserie selection. Rounded off with a coffee and a freshly squeezed juice and many a day in London is made that little bit sunnier. While breakfast at The Battersea Quarter keeps things simple and familiar, lunch and dinner is where the Mediterranean and Asian fusion expertise of the kitchen really shines.
The Battersea Quarter describes its curious fusion of Mediterranean and Asian cuisines as ‘MediterrAsian’, with a superb selection of sushi and sashimi for one or on sharing platters, plus dishes that mix European and Japanese influences like the dry-aged beef fillet carpaccio with Parmesan, a tartare croquette and negi sesame dressing or a pasta selection that lines up wild mushroom tagliatelle with coconut broth udon noodles. Main courses like the miso-marinated duck breast or an Asian-inspired grilled chicken, pork belly steak and ribs selection continue this globe-trotting theme. For the full Battersea Quarter experience down at southwest London’s Plantation Wharf, it’s always best to book a table online and in advance.