Skylon, Royal Festival Hall, London

About Skylon
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Average Price: £26 to £40
Cuisine: British
Dress Code: Smart Casual
v 0.5 miles from London center (as shown on map)
In line with government advice, we are operating a COVID-19 secure management system* in our restaurant and details of the controls we have in place can be found on our website.
We trust that you are adhering to the governments’ legislation in respect of meeting friends and family outside of your household. We can now only accept people dining outdoors.

Finally, please note that the last seating is at 9.45pm before the restaurant closes at 10pm.

Skylon is set in the middle of the vibrant South Bank with its floor-to-ceiling windows looking out across the Thames. With a seasonal British menu offering lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, the restaurant provides the perfect setting for any occasion.

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Skylon is #1561 of 24046 things to do in London

5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: evanwhibley, Bude, United Kingdom
Sun 12 Sep, 2021
l Really enjoyed 30th birthday, gustavo and stafania were brilliant, as were all of the staff. Felt very special, lovely experience from start to finish. Delicious food and drinks, bottomless brunch...

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4 of 5 stars4 out of 5
By: MTMHampshire
Sat 11 Sep, 2021
l Nice for Sunday brunch. The avocado on sourdough was lovely but be warned it had quite a bit of chilli on it - be warned! Cooked breakfast was reasonable. Lovely service. Nice location.

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: M1205UMelizabethm
Sat 11 Sep, 2021
l AMAZING brunch. ALEXA couldn?t do enough for us! Amazing brunch always kept topped up and Alexa felt like a friend we wanted to pull up a chair for her

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Skylon Royal Festival Hall, London