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Panoramic views of the Thames and London’s photogenic landmarks remain one of ‘comfy’ Northbank’s most bankable assets – although City diners rather than tourists tend to make the best use of this
prime location. The venue also has a reputation for its well-rendered cooking (‘a notch above comfort food’), and there’s a faint West Country theme to culinary proceedings – even if the kitchen
leavens its patriotic monthly menu with a dose of European savoir-faire. Falmouth crab fritters are served with gazpacho, braised Bath chaps come with Puy lentils and red-wine sauce, while skate is
dressed with caperberries, chestnut butter and preserved lemon. ‘Disorganised’ service has been an issue, but Northbank and its oversubscribed terrace generally deliver the goods.
I absolutely love a river view, or any view really, and enjoying one combined with a decent meal it’s a very lovely way to spend an evening. Northbank is a stone’s throw from St Paul’s and does both view and food in style.Head Chef Jason Marchant is creating a new menu every month that reflects the best ingredients of the season, largely from Cornwall, and I was invited to try the soon-to-be-launched 7-course tasting menu. It’s a veritable feast of gorgeous ingredients, unexpected combinations and beautiful presentation...
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Tasting Menus are equivalent to a feast. Lots of small and perfectly formed, good looking plated dishes served as one meal. The monthly tasting menu at Northbank is all of the above and more. I have been to Northbank before, but I've never eaten their food. There's a reason for that. The reviews and recommendations were not very flattering. So when I was invited to try their March tasting menu, I was hesitant, and my expectations were very low. I love the location, the views over London and The Thames views are breathtaking even in the winter. Centrally located makes a great pit stop for drinks by the...
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Hands up – who can tell me what this Latin phrase means? I will give you a couple of clues: hung drawn and quartered; the three little pigs; or the Father, Son and Holy Ghost. Any idea? If you are thinking it must have something to do with the number three, you would be mostly correct: it means “every set of three is complete” and conveys the idea that sets of three are perfect in a way that fours and fives could never be. It is a device often used in oratory – think of Julius Caesar saying “I came, I saw, I conquered”; or the famous French Revolution rallying cry of liberté, egalité, fraternité. We’ve probably...
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There’s a lot to like about Northbank Restaurant, not least it’s superb location on the bank of the River Thames, steps away from St Paul’s and the Millennium Bridge and with a view across to the Tate Modern. The restaurant is spacious and elegant, tables are not too close together for a private conversation and the bar area has a very lovely outdoor terrace, though it was booked by a private party on the date of our visit.The menu is “modern British”; the produce British too, with a preference for Cornish that befits owner Christian Butler’s home county. The kitchen is lead by head chef Jason Marchant,...
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As a really classy restaurant located on the riverbank with a lovely view of London Bridge, it seemed the perfect choice for an upcoming double date. Michael and I, his old school friend and girlfriend, popped along last Friday evening.Michael and I arrived just a little past 8 to find our dates for the evening already settled in in the welcoming bar with plush leather seating and red and slate decor. Since we were already a little late we opted to head straight for the table. A greeter efficiently took our name and coats, and showed us the way. We were taken to a nice enough table, located at the outer...
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Ideally located next to London’s Millennium Bridge, Northbank is a contemporary British restaurant with spectacular river views and a stylish outdoor terrace. I’d really enjoyed the food there when I last came, so was delighted to be invited there by Square Meal, the leading guide to restaurants, bars and venues.We started the evening in Northbank’s spacious riverside bar, where I was introduced to fellow foodies Connie, Laurie and Michelle. It would have been rude not to sample the delicious drinks, and we tried a tasty signature mead cocktail, with Cornish honey mead liqueur, Wyborowa Vodka, Riesling,...
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A lot of people shy away from a tasting menu; some are overwhelmed by the number of courses, a few are put off by the cost. Others might even think it’s only reserved for the food snobs in our midst, but I’d like to convince them otherwise. I am a big fan. Obvious reasons aside, my seemingly insatiable hunger and that horrible plate envy, I like a tasting menu because it not only tells you about the style of the restaurant, but gives the chefs a chance to show off a little. It’s one thing to create a menu for the whole restaurant, it’s another to pull together a handful of dishes that flow cohesively to form the perfect...
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Last time I was in Cornwall, it was at the height of British Summer time. Sea breeze, soft lush pale golden sand between my toes, and some of the tastiest food I have ever had.The local produce was fresh, seasonal, and there was never a dull plate of food. The locals relish in their culinary traditions and make the flavours come alive.So when I heard about Northbank, and their new tasting menu featuring modern British cooking with a Cornish influence, I was intrigued. What’s even better, is this view from their terrace. It offers some of the prettiest views from the North side of the river. And...
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Northbank is located just by the Thames River with sweeping views of the river and some of London's best known landmarks...From the private terrace there's a view straight across the river to Shakespeare's Globe, The Shard and the Millenium Bridge and just behind the restaurant lies St Paul's Cathedral...
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