With its sun loungers (plus blankets and heaters for the English weather), the wraparound terrace on the 12th floor of what was the BBC’s Bush House is ‘Magic FM’ – especially on balmy summer nights, when its views of tourist postcard London and The Shard are panoramic penthouse perfection. At lunchtime, you can fill up on anything from a burger or a deep-filled sandwich to grilled octopus, steak tartare or a tortilla española followed by honey and pistachio pannacotta. Alternatively, turn up for a cheeky afternoon flute of bubbly or sundowner cocktails from a list that includes opera house (a Ketel One fruit cup) and AM/FM (a Bacardi, Chambord and passion fruit idea). However, we recommend watching a Waterloo sunset, while sipping the namesake drink it inspired (aged Zacapa rum, coffee beans and lime).
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