Published on March 24th, 2014 | by Gavin1
The Perkin Reveller, Tower Bridge
Summary: On a 25 degree afternoon in London you won’t find many pleasanter places to dine.
Dine in the Sun
You won’t find many more beautiful restaurants in London to enjoy a meal in the summer months than The Perkin Reveller located in the shadow of Tower Bridge by the Thames. The medieval themed restaurant has a large outside area to enjoy the sun and there are grand Game of Thrones style banqueting tables inside. The traditional British menu with a twist is equally impressive with plenty of fish and red meat options. The pork belly is gorgeous and had me foaming at the mouth at how tender and flavoursome it was.
Also grab a few cocktails while you are waiting for dinner as some of the bespoke gin cocktails, some of which made with homemade ingredients. The Gin Tea Merchant is made with green tea infused Beefeater gin and peppery vermouth made in house; a beautifully crafted drink that must be ordered.
The A La Carte menu is quite expensive so expect to pay around £40 per person for 3 courses, but on a 25 degree afternoon in London you won’t find many pleasanter places to dine.
The Perkin Reveller, The Wharf at The Tower of London, EC3N 4AB