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21 August 2014
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The Brasserie at the Tower Hotel

St. Katharines Way, London E1W 1LD

Modern European Whitechapel, Mile End
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On the north bank of London's River Thames, the Tower Hotel overlooks the pristine St. Katharine's Dock. Nestled inside is the Brasserie, offering casual dining to residents and non-residents alike as well as stunning views of Tower Bridge. Wooden floors and ambient lighting create a light, airy space to enjoy the Modern European menu that offers dishes such as Goan-style duck curry, roast butternut squash and artichoke salad and deep-fried cod in lemon and dill batter.

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  1. After that I needed a refreshing drink and just as I was settling in the beautiful area just outside the Guoman, an open air bar and siping my cocktail gazing up the Tower Bridge was perfect. Chilled Prosecco, Cocktails and Mocktails flowed while we chatted up with the manager who also had dinner with us later .Meeting my friends after Food Blogger Connect was fun and camera lens choices, food photography ,the Wimbledon final results and the stunning view dominated our conversation. Before long the rain decided to play spoil sport and we were ushered inside to our huge table at The Brasserie. I took the seat the far end of the end but the view from any where inside is just as brilliant , it’s the first time I was so close to the Tower Bridge and you can be guaranteed you will have the best seats in town at The Brasserie with superb views of Butlers wharf thrown in...
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  2. Published : Monday, 2nd June 2014

    Food I Fancy :: The Brasserie at The Tower Hotel

    As spring leaps into summer, I’m on the hunt for restaurants that give the option to dine al fresco. One such restaurant is The Brasserie at The Tower Hotel. Unfortunately showery weather denied my chance to eat on their outside terrace on the afternoon that I went, but a window seat inside proved just as good with eye-catching views of Tower Bridge and The Shard in the distance. The clientele mostly consisted of elderly staying guests, with a few mid-twenties and business types adding to the mix. The décor is a tad corporate, lacking warmth and character but a charming service made up for it. I was there to try a tasting menu knocked up by Chef Sandeep Chauhan. It’s all very considered with courses named: The Game; The Ocean; The Farm; and The Treat, each including items that one might expect with such titles...
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  3. Published : Wednesday, 13th November 2013

    Tiki Chris :: Would You Eat a Goanut?

    I went on a lark to check out a gimmick and got hooked on an excellent seasonal menu at what might be London’s most underrated restaurant. What’s a goanut you ask? It’s a gourmand gateway to a fine foodie feast. A goanut is a deep fried goat cheese doughnut paired with fruity beetroot compote, salted caramel mousse, caramelised pecan nuts and balsamic vinegar. It’s a really tasty ensemble too, and at £8.50 is pretty decently valued starter as well – especially considering the lovely views of Tower Bridge and the river from the restaurant’s floor-to-ceiling windows. According to Head Chef Christian Rozsenich, he and his mostly Austrian kitchen crew came up with the dish as a joke but then realised it was actually very tasty. I certainly enjoyed this well composed medley of sweet and salty flavours as my starter course and am happy to recommend giving it a try...
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  4. You heard of the “cronut”, “duffin” and “dessurger” now it’s time to feast your eyes on the “goanut” created in by the hands of Christian Rozsenich, executive chef at The Tower Hotel’s Brasserie restaurant. I have been granted a pass to go behind the scenes at The Tower Hotel Brassiere own kitchen, to witness how this beauty was made. The Tower Hotel overlooks the Thames and Tower Bridge and is right next to the “girl and dolphin” sculpture...
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