While the main offering of Le Pont De La Tour lies in the restaurant, the bar and grill is perfectly suited for a more relaxed visit. The setting, however, which overlooks the Thames offering stunning views of Tower Bridge and the river, needs little introduction. Housed on the ground floor of a Victorian warehouse building, Le Pont De La Tour is steeped in history, yet has kept itself relevant and up to date.
Le Pont De La Tour's bar menu offers their signature cocktails, which include the likes of the winter margarita, made with Olmeca silver tequila, Cointreau and both cranberry and pomegranate juice, along with the obligatory lime and salted rim. On the 'unforgettable classics' list of cocktails, there are decadent entires like a white caramel Russian or New York Sour. Aside from cocktails, there is an impressive range of whiskies, vodkas, rums, gins, tequila, beers, teas and soft drinks.
No menu at Le Pont De La Tour would be complete without oysters, which are available with the traditional mignonette as a bar snack. Other edible options include goujonettes of plaice with a dill emulsion, aged Compte gougeres, truffle fries with parmesan and chives or a selection of French cheeses.
For those looking for a truly extravagant visit during the festive season, there is also the Champagne Caviar Terrace, created in partnership with Laurent-Perrier. The offering here is elegant and simple: Laurent-Perrier Champagne by the glass or bottle, caviar with sour cream, boiled egg and warm blinis, and finally a white chocolate and coffee éclair.
Unforgettable dining experiences by the Thames have been Le Pont De La Tour's speciality since it opened, and the addition of the bar menu and Champagne and Caviar Terrace only enhance this. You can use the menu to the right to make a reservation now.