It’s been a year since the first phase of Battersea Power Station opened, with Circus West creating buzz for the massive development site. While latter phases, including the massive retail complex within the power station, are opening in a few years, Circus West is already attracting attention from foodies and boutique shoppers alike.
Each new opening is carefully curated for the best and most exciting outlet available. Here are three restaurants that opened at Battersea Power Station last year.
Go to Japan and you’ll mostly see ramen noodles that are immersed in a soupy broth, and that’s mostly what been exported to western nations like the UK.
That’s why Tonkotsu’s creamy ramen, a speciality that’s only found on the Japanese island of Kyushu, is special and unique in London. Broths are simmered for 18 hours and delicious Japanese gyoza (pan-fried dumplings) are made fresh in-house everyday.
Overlook the River Thames at this unique Spanish restaurant in Circus West. Inspired by the country and its islands, Tapas Brindisa offers a variety of food options, from seasonal tapas to a counter full of cured meats, cheeses and fish.
Whether you want to sit on the terrace with friends or looking for a more intimate dinner with family, watching the chefs prepare your meal, this restaurant is made for every occasion.
One of the most famous Indian restaurants in London in Vivek Singh’s Cinnamon Club. Now, Singh has opened a more urban dining option at Battersea Power Station, serving seasonal dishes combined with modern takes on Indian cuisine.
It’s not just rich curries being served, but food inspired by what is sold on the streets of India and Pakistan. With a quirky location beneath the railway arches just west of Circus West, this unique dining option will have your mouth watering for more.
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