Before going to Tate Modern to see Yayoi Kusama’s Infinite Mirrors (before summer), we spent a couple of hours at Oxbo Bankside restaurant. I had booked a Sunday brunch which ended up as a true feast for all the senses.
Today, DOYOUSPEAKLONDON invites you to discover OXBO Bankside’s amazing bottomless brunch!
Oxbo Bankside, London
The restaurant is located on the ground floor of the Hilton London Bankside Hotel in a quiet area.
It is easily accessible from London Bridge or Southwark tube stations, and very close to Tate Modern if you want to combine a good brunch with a cultural outing. Or you can simply organise a nice stroll along the Thames before or after your lunch?
Oxbo Bankside’s urban ambiance
On arrival we were greeted by a friendly and smiley staff and immediately fell in love with the interior decor.
I have read that the venue’s interior design was inspired by William Morris, a 19th-century British textile designer, whose love for nature was perceptible in all his drawings and creations.
At OXBO London you’ll be surrounded by walls either in wood or in exposed brick, black and white tiles on the floor, sitting in comfy chairs, and watching the busy staff working around the open kitchen.
While we were having lunch, there was even a guitarist playing music, adding some good vibes to the lovely atmosphere…
Oxbo Bankside’s bottomless weekend brunch
As a signature, OXBO Bankside uses “local and seasonal produce to create flavour-packed European dishes”. French Head chef Ollie Couillaud wants to bring fresh and tasty flavours to “please even the fussiest of palates, from indulgent dishes to light and fresh healthy options”.
This is what we were about to experience when a member of the staff came to explain to us how the brunch is organised.
As we went during Summer, the covid rules applied and we were directly served at our table with a large assortment of starters, then one breakfast item (you could choose between eggs, waffles, and pancakes), one main (with a choice of fish, meat, or vegetarian options) and a great selection of desserts. And of course, you always have the option to add unlimited bubbles or wine to the menu for an additional fee.
Hands down if you can eat everything up: we could not, and came back home with a take-away bag!
After such a great brunch, combining high-quality food, extensive weekend brunch menu, stylish ambiance, and attentive staff, Oxbo Bankside may be one of the best-kept secret places that you want to tell your friends and family about, right?
I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and found inspiration here. If you are about to try out Oxbo’s bottomless brunch soon, please share your experience and opinion on DOYOUSPEAKLONDON’s blog!
To go further:
OXBO Bankside is now open daily for breakfast only and every Saturday and Sunday for its famous bottomless brunch.
Oxbo Bankside London: 2-8 Great Suffolk Street, SE1 0UG