About OXBO Bankside
Showcasing the area’s historic influences and our upscale vibe, OXBO Bankside serves mouth-watering dishes featuring fresh British ingredients including regionally sourced artisan meats, fish, herbs and vegetables. With its vibrant atmosphere, this is the perfect place for a hearty breakfast, nutritious light bite, unforgettable lunch or dinner with friends or colleagues. The open kitchen concept allowing chefs to cook in front of dining guests will enhance the personalized guest experience and adds to the theatre of the restaurant.
2-8 Great Suffolk Street
London, SE1 0UG
International, British, Modern European
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Friday: Lunch 12:00PM to 5:00PM
Sunday - Wednesday: Dinner 5:00PM to 10:00PM
Thursday - Saturday: Dinner 5:00PM to 10:30PM
£25 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 7593 3900
Live music every Sunday from 12pm to 4pm
6 minute walk to Southwark Underground Station
10 minutes walk to Blacfriars Underground Station
10 minutes walk to Waterloo Underground Station
Beer, Cocktails, Dancing, Entertainment, Happy Hour, Outdoor Smoking Area, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
OXBO Bankside's open kitchen bustles with gastronomic creativity offering a unique opportunity for you and your guests to enjoy an immersive, interactive dining experience - delivering culinary theatre straight to your table. OXBO's flexible event space allows for large scale dining events like birthday parties, summer parties, brunch and even seasonal celebrations. If one is looking for a more intimate space however, OXBO offers semi-private dining as well. Check out some of our Party Menus: www.oxbobankside.co.uk/menus
OXBO Bankside Ratings and Reviews
Lovely food from choosing our own starters, main was beautiful the beef was so tender. Pudding though! Well if your like me and have a sweet tooth you will very much appreciate the choices you can have! Great meal and not bad for the price either. Only thing I would say that spoilt it a little was that where we got sat there was a big group of people and it was very noisy.
OXBO was a great find set minutes away from the Southbank! Set in the Hilton it was a great atmosphere! Service was on point with a warm and friendly greeting and care and attention taken in seating! Waiting staff were knowledgable and not over pushy. Very efficient. Food was full of flavour and presentation was great! Dishes were hot and cooked well. Had a great evening with a lovely warm ambience and feel very private and cosy ! Exceptional value for the quality of the food would definitely visit again !
Outstanding value for sunday roast, for £29 you get a glass of champagne, an amazing starter buffet, one choice of roast (beef, chicket, fish or vegetarian), and an equally yummy dessert buffet. Very nice setting and efficient service. Didn't expect this from a hotel restaurant, will come back when in the vicinity of Tate Modern!!
First visit was a success and having read some reviews before booking they are all correct in the quality and service and value , will definitely be going again and recommended. If you like your steak there are very good options available. Ambience is very good too.
Had the fizzy Friday menu which is a la carte menu with free flowing prosecco for 90 minutes. We had to keep calling the waitress to top our glass up on most occasions she was nowhere to be seen. It was quite busy as there were a few Christmas parties going on. The food was good although the menu was pretty limited with a £12 supplement for steak and £5 for squid starter!
This was my 3rd time at OXBO Bankside and will definitely be back
Another great find near Tate Modern and far enough from Borough Market to not be too touristy.
The food was excellent, first class ingredients cooked really well. The service was friendly but easy to confuse them if you didn't want everything in the right order. Will recommend and look forward to another visist
We were celebrating a birthday and so started in the Distillery Bar - Andy and his mixologist team were brilliant, very friendly and created a fun, relaxed atmosphere. The restaurant next door has a fun decor, menu had good range while portions are significant! Everyone very much enjoyed and while we celebrated, the wine list had some decent budgetary options. Would recommend for both business or social, definitely be going back. Great fun.
A friendly new local, OXBO has really settled itself into the neighborhood. rather than feeling like a big impersonal hotel restaurant, this place feels more like a boutique hotel dining, where people are friendly and warm. Food is generally better in the restaurant than the bar, very good drinks!
this is a big restaurant with lots of tables and prices to match. but the 3-course set menu booked via opentable for 25quid was a decent value I think. overall, the service is what makes this place standout. unusual for a large hotel restaurant, but the staff really aim to please. well worth a visit for a special night out in the neighborhood.
We went on a Friday night to OXBO and had a great evening, the service was spot on, the food was great and good portion size, I had the ribeye and partner had the salmon. The bar next door looks amazing a the gin and tonic to match.
If you are staying at the Hilton or near by you should pay OXBO a visit, even if it's just for a drink.
Took my daughter here for lunch on Saturday. Interesting decor, very large restaurant but unfortunately not many diners. We had the three course special with a glass of Prosecco and enjoyed it all, with some unusual and innovative dishes on the menu.The staff was lovely, very friendly and helpful.
The four course meal was well designed, served wel and very good. The staff were very nice and the atmosphere was good, with decent space between tables. A couple of things we were not sure was the speed that the food came to our tables despite a couple of requests to slow it down. It ended up quite a filling meal and therefore not quite romantic. Altogether though, it was worth coming to considering everything.
OXBO Bankside provides a unique mix of contemporary design and the warmth and comfort of honest, flavoursome food.
Headed up by executive chef Paul Bates who creates unique cuisine utilising spices, herbs, garnishes and exotic flavours, using supplies from specialist producers and local traders at neighbouring Borough Market.
Having pre book the 3 course set Menu which included glass of Fizz for £21, I wasn't expecting much from this hotel restaurant..But boy was I surprised!
From the friendly welcome, informative staff to the excellent unobtrusive service this placed surpassed my expectations.
I opted for the duck, chicory and orange salad. This dish was packed with complimentary flavours of citrus balanced by the sweetness of the dates and crispness of the chicory perfectly complimented by the glass of Champagne
Toms starter, Fennel marinated salmon, with mussels and crisp bread look like a work of art and I am reliably informed that it tasted just as amazing.
The main course
We both opted for the Rump of Gloucestershire lamb, onion soubise, Cretan potato, marjoram jus washed down with a Spanish Tempranillo.
Art on the plate perfectly cooked lamb, nice and pink on the inside and melt in the mouth morsels of meat.
"however I found the dish slightly salty for my palette and sadly mine was slight charred on the outside, which meant that every second bite ended with acrid taste of carbon"
We opted for the Caerphilly cheese with quince chutney and wheat wafers.
This simple pairing of cheese and wafers went down a treat.
Great ambience and faultless service the only negative of the evening was the charred exterior of mylamb
Considering we booked a set menu our total spend for the evening was £82,33 for the 2 set menus, 2 sides, and the bottle of wine plus service.
Will I go back, absolutely .This place gets 4 stars
Word of warning read the wine list carefully as the prices quoted at the front are for 500ml and not the bottle
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