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Southbank, that narrow stretch of land between the London Eye and the Tate Modern on the southern bank of the River Thames, is a cultural hub of the city, home to the Royal Festival Hall and the National Theatre. Dining options abound here too, with options ranging from wholesome pub grub to fine dining establishments with a view. Here’s our pick of the top ten restaurants on London’s South Bank.
From the comfy sofas to the board games and eclectic yet homely décor, the Mulberry Bush is a cosy spot in the heart of bustling London. Its proximity to the ITV studios meaning that the place is always bustling, but not usually packed. The sticky honey Jack Daniels ribs constitute a signature dish, served with a portion of slaw and triple-cooked chips. Lighter options, such as the superfood salad with quinoa, goji berries, broccoli and avocado, are also available. Take advantage of the venue’s pub atmosphere and enjoy some of the best locally brewed lagers and ales on the extensive menu.