5 places to eat on London’s South Bank - from Wahaca to Limin

Five spots to consider dining at on your next visit to South Bank.
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As well as offering views of the city’s impressive skyline London’s South Bank also hosts a variety of different food spots. LondonWorld has rounded up five to dine at in your next visit.

At the heart of the bustling capital, South Bank sits right by the city’s famous River Thames. The area is home to cultural landmarks, including both the Southbank Centre and National Theatre, as well as the London Eye.

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South Bank welcomes millions of Londoners and visitors to the city each year. While the area often draws in large crowds, visitors may find it difficult to choose where exactly to eat.

However, those exploring the area need not worry as there is a range of different restaurants to dine at across South Bank. From small names to big chains, there is something for everyone.

We’ve listed five spots Londoners and visitors heading to South Bank can dine at.


Set in the Southbank Centre, Wahaca offers Londoners a mix of Mexican-style cuisine. As well as spicier options, there are also vegan and vegetarian dishes.

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Address: Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX

Opening hours: Monday - Sunday 12pm - 10pm

Honest Burger 

As the restaurant’s name suggests, the spot has an array of different burgers on offer. Its menu also offers both vegan and halal options for customers.

Address: 9 Festival Terrace, London SE1 8XX

Opening hours: Sunday - Wednesday 11.30am - 10pm, Thursday - Saturday 11.30am - 11pm.


Londoners strolling through Southbank can also try some Caribbean-style flavours at Limin. Its menu includes both vegan and halal dishes.

Address: 56 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PP

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Opening hours: Monday - Wednesday 12pm - 9pm, Thursday - Saturday 12pm - 12am, Sunday, 12pm -7pm.


Those in the mood for pizza or pasta can also venture to the Italian chain Strada. The restaurant’s menu offers an array of vegan and vegetarian dishes as well as meat dishes.

Address: A, Royal Festival Hall, 337-338 Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX

Opening hours: Sunday - Monday 11.30am - 9pm, Tuesday - Thursday 11.30am - 10pm, Friday - Saturday 11.30am - 11pm.


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As well as offering a view of the River Thames, Giraffe offers a mix of beloved dishes from the classic cod and chips to a good old katsu curry. Its menu also offers both vegan and vegetarian dishes as well as meat dishes.

Address: Riverside Level 1, London SE1 8XX

Opening hours: Sunday - Thursday 9am - 10pm, Friday - Saturday 9am - 11pm.

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