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The gates have opened at Battersea Power Station. Try out the fine dining options at one of London’s most recognizable landmarks and the charming neighborhood of Circus West Village…


Upon entering the station from the river, you’ll find the brand-new Clean Kitchen tucked away in Turbine Hall B, right adjacent to the brand-new chimney viewing experience. They offer a vegan breakfast, lunch, and dinner that may be eaten in, taken out, or delivered.

At the Power Station’s official launch, Clean Kitchen CEO and internet celebrity Mikey Pearce discussed his plans to popularize plant-based cuisine. Mikey reassured Clean Kitchen’s subscribers on YouTube to “expect the unexpected” by promising that the restaurant would “look to create events, and collaborations with your favorite brands, bringing DJs, special guests, and performers and also an innovative 100% plant-based menu.”

Clean Kitchen’s 100% vegan menu does not fail in terms of flavor or variety, with options ranging from quick and healthy breakfast smoothies, acai bowls, and fruit pots to beyond-meat burgers and meat-free sandwiches (including a plant-based BLT).


Traditional Hawaiian poke is a nutritious option for lunch or dinner, consisting of diced raw fish eaten with salad and other fresh vegetables. You can find this verdant fusion of California cool and Hawaiian flavor in Turbine Hall A, located on the upper ground floor. Food quality and freshness are guaranteed by regular ingredient deliveries. Bowls are available in five different designs, or you can create your own. The bowls are prepared in front of your eyes by a “poke artist,” who lets you choose the ingredients, giving the meal a more customized vibe.


Kova Patisserie can be found on Circus Road West, opposite the Battersea General Store, in a small building at the base of the power plant. Kova is a collection of classic French pastries with a unique Japanese spin. They have many desserts, beverages, and bubble teas available. The restaurant’s enormous atmosphere is bright and airy thanks to the extensive use of glass walls. Flavorful but not overpowering, the pastries and desserts are light and airy. Kova is a great place to stop for afternoon tea and cake on a stroll or while out shopping.


Gordon Ramsay’s all-day eating restaurant, complete with New York loft vibes, has opened in Turbine Hall A. In addition to a great selection of cocktails and wine, Gordon’s famed beef wellington and Himalayan salt dry-aged beef (the meat is dry-aged for a minimum of 35 days) can be found on the menu at Bread Street Kitchen & Bar. This hip and happening spot is ideal for a few drinks and a bite to eat after work.


The only tapas bar in the area, located on the Thames waterfront at the end of Circus Road West. Tapas Brindisa is the result of thirty years of promoting Spanish cuisine and tradition. In addition to the standard tapas fare like tortilla, freshly prepared croquetas, grilled chorizo, and Padrón peppers, the menu also features six seasonal specialties made with market-fresh ingredients. If you want to eat authentic Spanish tapas and drink fine wine while taking in a breathtaking view of the Thames, head to Tapas Brindisa.


The Wright Brothers, one of London’s foremost seafood experts, has a location in Circus West Village, and its windows look out over the Thames and the power plant.

The restaurant’s wholesale operation provides much of the restaurant’s fresh ingredients, and the menu rotates frequently to offer a wide variety of fish and shellfish. Famous for their tasty oysters, you can get a pound for a buck during happy hour (Monday through Friday, 3:00–6:00 pm) and brunch (Saturday and Sunday, 9:00–11:45 am). Their grilled Carabineros prawns with pan con tomate are a delicious and succulent example of their distinctive seafood platters. But they also serve fantastically prepared British meats, such as a delectable steak tartare served on toasted sourdough. Indulge in some traditional British seafood at this beautiful restaurant. Coaling Jetty is an outdoor dining area with beautiful views of the river.


Megan’s is one of the many fantastic eateries along the river in Circus West. The menu, which is influenced by the Mediterranean, and the decor create an atmosphere that is both relaxing and reminiscent of being on vacation. They serve brunch, lunch, and dinner, and have a great selection of cocktails. A bottomless brunch is available on the weekends. Eggs Benedict and avocado on toast are two standard options. Try one of their gourmet kebabs for dinner tonight. They have options like chicken, lamb, halloumi, and falafel. Megan’s is often bustling with satisfied patrons, and it’s easy to see why: they welcome dogs, have pleasant employees, and serve delicious food.

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