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Not Afternoon Tea

Don’t get us wrong – we love the classics. Not spending at least the occasional afternoon indulging in tea, scones and finger sandwiches would be a betrayal to the queen herself. But, rules also need to be broken from time to time.

Introducing OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie's Not Afternoon Tea experienceTrade your Champagne for cocktails and your scones for cakes, and you’ve got yourself an unconventional teatime if ever there was one.

With plates such as 'Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb', 'Tantelisingly Tangy' and 'All About The British Pudding', there's sure to be something for everyone. They’re also each paired with a dreamy cocktail to send you to Not Afternoon Tea heaven. We never said choosing was easy!

For more information, including booking a table or how to purchase a Not Afternoon Tea voucher, please see the official OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie website.

Discover OXO


Relax in the OXO Restaurant over lunch or dinner whilst taking in the unparalleled views of St Paul’s and the London skyline. The OXO Tower Restaurant menu is created by Head Chef Jeremy Bloor and is complemented by an extensive, award-winning wine list. It’s the perfect place to celebrate whatever the occasion.

The lively OXO Tower Brasserie offers the opportunity to dine from midday till late, enjoying its innovative, British all-  day dining menu. With sweeping views across the city and live music in the evenings, the OXO Brasserie reflects the buzz of London life.

The OXO Bar is the perfect spot for a quick lunch or after-work cocktails from OXO’s cutting-edge menus. Guests can enjoy drinks in the sunshine on the terrace or watch the city sparkle from the comfort of the bar when the nights draw in.

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OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie

8th floor, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH