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Dining Out in the District

The restaurants of Nine Elms span the best of global cuisine, including British food and drink at its finest.

Brunswick House
30 Wandsworth Road
Lunch, dinner or bar food in an antiques-filled mansion that was originally home to the Duke of Brunswick. The menu veers towards English flavours and ingredients. There’s also an impressive rare-wines list.
Circus West Village
Classical Italian food in a thoroughly modern setting, with river views – Fiume is the latest restaurant from Chef Francesco Mazzei and D&D London. The Italian cocktails are among the best anywhere.
29 Ransomes Dock
A neighbourhood restaurant from the Gladwin Brothers, with a menu that revolves around beef, lamb, pork and other produce sourced from their West Sussex farm.
Atlantico Restaurant & Bar
354 Queenstown Road
The self-service tapas table is the main event in this modern European restaurant at the Pestana Chelsea Bridge hotel. There’s also an a la carte menu and a stylish bar.
Tapas Brindisa
Circus Road West
For 30 years, Brindisa has been setting the standard for high-quality tapas in London. Their new Nine Elms location has everything they’re famous for—food, wine and design—plus a river view.
Wright Brothers
Sister restaurant to a Borough Market landmark, the new Wright Brothers Battersea serves up seafood platters, super-fresh oysters and wood-fired dishes from a Josper charcoal grill.
With its slow-cooked sauces and homemade noodles (made on mid-century noodle machines imported from Japan), Tonkutso brings a touch of modern excellence to the traditions of the ramen bar.
This swanky restaurant and lounge on the 15th floor of the Crown Plaza Hotel (overlooking the Thames) offers a menu that combines Japanese and Lebanese dishes that are designed to be shared.
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