OXO Tower restaurant redefines fine dining

09 Apr 2015
2 min read
Iconic London South Bank restaurant undergoes refurbishment and launches unique menu for 2015.

The stylish OXO Tower Restaurant has redefined fine dining, by launching a customisable menu, allowing customers to individually tailor their dining experience each and every time they visit. This contemporary approach to haute cuisine follows an exciting refurbishment to the restaurant’s kitchen and refreshed interior. This flexible new menu, created by experienced Head Chef Jeremy Bloor, means diners can curate their own bespoke restaurant experience; either by ordering a selection of dishes to table to share, or enjoy their starter as a main and vice versa. The result: An exquisite culinary experience, as unique as the OXO Tower Restaurant’s spectacular panoramic views, every time diners visit.

Both the significant expansion to the kitchen, and revised menu, were to ensure the finest service and dining experience at the OXO Tower Restaurant, Brasserie and Bar. Furthermoregreat food, of course, deserves a great drinks menu. They are offeringChampagne by the glass, cutting edge cocktails and craft beer, can whilst enjoying the breathtaking views of London and the Thames.With an award winning wine list, the OXO Tower Restaurant offers over 800 wines and a dedicated team of informed sommeliers to help with your choice. Daring diners after something stronger will enjoy the Evolution of the Martini Experience; with a range of artesian and vintage gins and vodkas, shaken and stirred for you tableside from bespoke martini trolleys.

‘Unrivalled views, outstanding food and fantastic service have always been central to what we deliver at OXO. This customisation of our menus is the recognition that each diner requires a different experience at different times under different circumstances. It’s clear we’ve all got a taste for personalisation and while casual dining does this well; it was only a matter of time before fine dining followed suite. What we are looking to achieve with the new menu is service with a personal touch. Whether you choose to enjoy the Chateaubriand carved table side, or an innovative sharing dessert accompanied by a flight of carefully selected digestifs, you can be sure that you will walk away having had an experience to remember and honest and real food’. – Jeremy Bloor, Head Chef.

With London’s diners spoilt for choice, OXO’s refurbished Restaurant is sure to pique the interest of even the most discerning and adventurous diners, time and time again.

OXO Tower

OXO Tower Wharf

Barge House Street

South Bank

London SE1 9PH

+44 (0)20 7803 3888