The Ivy Tower Bridge restaurant review - London, UK
The Ivy Collection continues its expansion of neighbourhood cafés and brasseries, this time in prime location at One Tower Bridge.
Much like its other venues, the brand follows its fail-safe formula, offering a relaxed, elevated neighbourhood vibe with an all-day menu of gourmet crowd-pleasers and Ivy classics from eggs Benedict for breakfast to fish & chips shepherd’s pie or the indulgent strawberry ice cream sundae.
Local design outfit Martin Brudnizki Design Studio has taken its cues from the original Ivy on West Street, with details like the stained glass feature at the entrance and subtle art deco references from pendant lights to bar lamps and antique brass mirrors, in burnt orange hues.
Literally located right below London’s iconic Tower Bridge, the best seats in the house are on the second floor, where floor-to-ceiling windows frame the city’s skyline. Or if the weather permits, plump for a table on the Parisian-style al fresco terrace, to sip on cocktails and people watch.