Battersea Power Station

A view across the water to Battersea Power Station with people and restaurants in the foreground.
An exterior view of Battersea Power Station. Image courtesy of Battersea Power Station.
Located on the south bank of the river Thames in Battersea, the largest brick building in Europe is being renovated to become a food and culture destination.


Discover a bustling foodie hub at the iconic Battersea Power Station.

A Grade II-listed architectural masterpiece, the power station operated until 1983. The Battersea Power Station chimneys – with their iconic silhouette – featured on the cover of Pink Floyd's 1977 album Animals, as well as in the Beatles’ film Help!, in some episodes of Doctor Who, and in many international movies.

Battersea Power Station London is now being brought back to life thanks to a redevelopment project that will see luxury accommodation and an array of restaurants, bars, shops and cultural spaces open inside the station and in the surrounding Circus West Village.

Pick your favourite Battersea Power Station restaurant from a wide choice of inviting destinations, including ramen from Tonkotsu; Francesco Mazzei’s Italian restaurant, Fiume; Wright Brothers’ seafood bar; and sleek Indian restaurant, Cinnamon Kitchen

You can also visit Battersea Power Station to take part in one of the many events, fitness classes and masterclasses on a weekly basis.

Alternatively, head to Battersea Park nearby for a leisurely stroll, or find more iconic architecture in London

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Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station
188 Kirtling Street

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