By Denis Sheehan, Publisher, H&C News: Battersea Power Station unveil cafés, bars and restaurants set to open in 2022.
Battersea Power Station has unveiled the first tranche of cafés, bars and restaurants set to open their doors inside the Grade II* Listed Power Station from September 2022.
Visitors will be able to enjoy a variety of British and international eateries with Le Bab, Where the Pancakes Are, Poke House, Clean Kitchen Club, Paris Baguette, Joe & The Juice and Starbucks joining the Power Station line-up.
Following the opening of Street Pizza in Circus West Village, the exciting riverside neighbourhood at the foot of the Power Station, Gordon Ramsay will also be opening, Bread Street Kitchen & Bar, inside the Grade II* listed building.
Battersea Power Station’s food and drink offering will be located in the historic Turbine Halls and Boiler House. Complemented by the 14 cafés, bars and restaurants already open in Circus West Village, including authentic Malaysian restaurant, Roti King, which will be opening its doors in the coming months.
Sam Cotton, Head of Leasing at Battersea Power Station Development Company, said: “Battersea Power Station has emerged as one of London’s leading food and drink destinations and this will only become stronger with the great mix of cafés, bars and restaurants opening inside the Power Station, creating thousands of new jobs for the immediate and wider local communities. We are delivering something incredibly unique for the capital and are confident visitors to Battersea Power Station will be excited by the variety of cuisines that will be on offer. We have an exciting year ahead of us as we countdown to the Power Station opening and further retail, leisure and dining concepts to announce, so watch this space!”
Once completed, Battersea Power Station will form the centrepiece of a new ‘15-minute’ live, work and play neighbourhood, which will act as a town centre for the immediate and wider local communities, a new business quarter for the capital and a leisure destination for Londoners and international visitors. The Power Station will be home to 254 residential apartments, over 100 retail shops, restaurants and cafés, including an 20,000 sq ft food hall, office and unique event spaces, as well as a Chimney Lift Experience offering 360° views from the top of the Power Station’s North West chimney.
The culinary experience will continue on a new high street, Electric Boulevard, which runs from the south of the Power Station, between the stunning Frank Gehry designed Prospect Place and Foster + Partners’ Battersea Roof Gardens. Electric Boulevard will offer a mix of bars and restaurants, office space, shops, a park, community centre and an exciting new 164 room hotel from art’otel, the brand’s first hotel to open in London.
Circus West Village, the first chapter in the regeneration of Battersea Power Station, is already home to over 1,700 residents and more than 20 bars, restaurants, cafés, fitness and leisure offerings.
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