Battersea in the south London Borough of Wandsworth lies on the banks of the Thames, and is home to many of London’s historic architectural sites, such as the formidable Battersea Power Station. Its expansive fruit market, the New Covent Garden Market, regularly draws crowds in search of fresh produce, and there are plenty of busy restaurants in the vicinity to round off a day of shopping. Battersea’s riverside location also provides some more upmarket bars on the waterfront, ideal for special or formal occasions. The best way to reach Battersea is by Tube to Battersea Park or Wandsworth Road. Britain’s ‘busiest train station’ Clapham Junction in St John’s Hill is also located in the south-west of Battersea.

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L’Osservatorio at Bunga Bunga
Italian |
Seats up to 30 |
£40+ per person

L’Osservatorio private room at Bunga Bunga in Battersea accommodates up to 30 seated guests and provides spectacular views over the London skyline.

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London House
Modern European |
Seats up to 70 |
£35+ per person

The Bar Lounge at London House by Gordon Ramsay accommodates up to 16 seated (30 standing) guests. Exclusive hire available for up to 70 seated (150 standing) guests.

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The Northcote
Modern European |
Seats up to 35 |
£25+ per person

Seating up to 35, The Common Room at Battersea’s The Northcote can also accommodate up to 50 for standing events.

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The Prince Albert
Modern European |
Seats up to 50 |
£23+ per person

The Bridge Room at The Prince Albert in Battersea accommodates up to 50 seated or 80 standing guests.