The Brasserie at the Tower Hotel

St. Katharines Way, London, E1W 1LD


Main course: £16
Food spend: £27

Opening hours

Monday to Sunday: 12:00 - 22:00.

Restaurant description

In the 4-star Tower Hotel on the north bank of the River Thames, The Brasserie offers authentic European cuisine. Stunning views of Tower Bridge and Tower of London can be seen either from the al fresco terrace or the contemporary dining room.

The truly innovative Brasserie menu features a selection of tasty combinations and flavours. Enjoy a delicious juicy steak or heavenly black tiger prawns from the grill accompanied by a flavoursome sauce and side of your choice. A duo of Cornish lamb, appetising butter chicken curry or traditional battered cod and chips are amongst the mains, with a choice of popular desserts to help finish off the meal, including an imaginative Piña Colada panna cotta.

The minimalist style of the Brasserie dining room gives full impact to the spectacular views seen through floor-to-ceiling windows. Cocktails are served in the cosy Xi Bar where the unrivalled views of Tower Bridge continue.

On the water’s edge at St Katharine Dock, the Brasserie at Tower Hotel in London is great for exploring the city’s historical landmarks. Tower Hill Tube Station is around a 10-minute walk away.

Customer reviews for The Brasserie at the Tower Hotel
(based on 147 reviews)

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  • entertainment (3)
  • child friendly (11)
  • luxury (19)
  • breakfast (25)
  • romantic (37)
  • large parties (9)
  • views (91)
  • lunch (50)
  • al fresco (15)
  • trendy (21)
  • afternoon tea (53)
  • value (23)
  • business (17)
  • dinner (71)
  • private dining (22)
  • By Carina S from Freiburg
    17 January 2019

    The Tea-Time was awesome. Very good products and it looked so good. And the burger for Dinner were very good as well.

  • By Debbie T from London
    25 December 2018

    Beautiful view of Tower bridge

  • By Marie D from London
    23 November 2018

    Friendly staff, delicious cakes and scones.

  • By David S from Northampton
    23 November 2018

    Excellent service Very nice food

  • By Kirsty H from Leeds
    16 November 2018

    Staying at the Tower Hotel for two nights, our plan was to eat at the hotel on the first night, then explore the many local restaurants. The Brasserie was so good, we immediately booked for night two! The duck was fantastic. Good side orders, well presented and everything very tasty. Had steak on the second night, which was also excellent - and cooked rare as requested. But please, please, please get some new steak knives! At first I thought the steak must be tough - turned out it wasn't, it's just that the steak knife wouldn't cut it (it even struggled with green beans!)

  • By Ray C from London
    11 November 2018

    I am sorry to have to say it was the worst afternoon tea experience we have every had. It was a special birthday for our daughter and we thought the location at the Tower would be ideal. Unfortunately it wasn’t. One of our party asked for soya or almond milk but none was available so they just had water. We were provided with one small pot of hot water and never offered a top up. Also after we selected our 1 tea bag the tray of teas was removed. Service was generally poor as it appeared the restaurant had too few staff for the tables to be serviced. The food was ok but a very limited selection of scones and again no offer to top up any of the food.

  • By Janet B from Bedford
    10 November 2018

    Enjoyable experience, great table by window but sunshine bothersome. Blinds needed.

  • By J M from London
    8 November 2018

    I had a lovely time - I thought the tables were well spaced out so you could have a conversation without being overheard or overhearing the next table. My only complaint was that our table ordered Peri-Peri chickenburger and chips. The chips were lukewarm as were the onion rings on the burger. The waitress immediately brought out some fresh chips, and although she offered and we accepted to have the plates changed, therefore removing the cold chips, she didn't do this. Otherwise a very interesting and varied menu, great location and great prices.

  • By Graeme S from Dumfries
    28 October 2018

    The sweet potato soup was amazing as was the steak

  • By Asha K from Essex
    21 October 2018

    Brilliant service. Absolutely enjoyed it

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The Brasserie at the Tower Hotel
St. Katharines Way, London, E1W 1LD