Revitalised by its new owners, the team behind Brickwood Cafes, WC Wine & Charcuterie, and Joe Public, Powder Keg is a vibrant, modern venue with quirky Victorian touches and an elegant conservatory terrace. They offer 20-inch pizzas by their award-winning sister brand Joe Public along with cocktails, craft beers and a regularly changing wine list. Live music performances add to the buzz here.
The Powder Keg menu features 20-inch pizzas with toppings of courgette and aubergine; beef, bacon and pepperoni; chicken and chorizo or native mushrooms and crispy shallot. Bar bites include mini burgers with chorizo, friend herbed potatoes or charred corn cobs. The drinks list is replete with a variety of indulgent cocktails, British craft beers and wines.
For a hearty weekend brunch at Powder Keg, enjoy dishes like Spanish omelette, a breakfast platter with eggs, Gloucester Old Spot sausage and bacon, or buttermilk pancakes with maple glazed banana. Delectable Sunday roasts with all the trimmings are also on offer.
A cosy, neighbourhood bar in Battersea, Powder Keg in London is a 7-minute walk from Clapham Junction Rail Station.
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- breakfast (1)
- child friendly (1)
- dinner (2)
- large parties (2)
- lunch (3)
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21 February 2020
This used to be such a distinctive and elegant place, with a wonderful menu and an amazing wine list. This has now turned into a burger and pizza place, with no table service, poorly trained staff, and atrocious logistics. It's loud, it takes forever to order anything from the bar, and even longer to have food brought to your table: We waited, after having ordered and paid, 40 minutes for a burger and pizza. They served a 10" pizza in an 8" plate...and no cutlery! Go try and cut that!! Coffee was served with no spoon and no sugar. When we decided to have a 2nd drink, it took us 15 minutes to order. Only +, they were friendly and trying to help, but clearly their new format is a huge mess! We're definitely never going back there.
15 February 2020
The decor really sets the scene. The tables are a little squished in meaning waiters and customers are constantly squeezing past. The food was ok. Toast was slightly burnt poached eggs were overcooked. Very disappointed that on the website it says that espresso martini’s are part of the bottomless brunch yet when you get there you’re told oh yeah we’ve taken it off the menu just not the website. The staff seemed not too fussed about that. We had only chosen the location because of the espresso martini’s being included. Probably wouldn’t select for a bottomless brunch again. I feel other venues in the area do a better job. I think if you remove someone from a menu make sure the website is updated and staff shouldn’t act so casual about knowing it’s an issue.
8 February 2020
The place was a mess. It was definitely more of a bar than a restaurant. There was no one there to greet us when we arrived. We then had to hunt down an employee who didn't know where we were to be seated. The service was non-existent.
31 January 2020
Bang average bar food. Used to be a nice restaurant so was expecting something a little different.
11 January 2020
The food was great and so was our server. We had the bottomless brunch and thoroughly enjoyed it! Thank you :)
13 October 2019
Didn't stay as their Google menu said they do Sunday roasts but they haven't done then for 5 months! We normally love this place for a drink.
12 October 2019
Friendly staff and huge calzone. Would be good if you offered decaf coffee