What is the difference between Oxo Tower restaurant and Brasserie?

What is the difference between Oxo Tower restaurant and Brasserie?

The brasserie has live music every night while the restaurant has a calmer more fine dining atmosphere. The menu in the brasserie is inspired by Mediterranean and Asian cuisine while the Restaurant menu is based around European and British classics with it’s ingredients being sourced from as close as home as possible.

Is there a dress code at Oxo Tower?

There is no dress code, but a lot of our guests come in smart casual clothing. Guests are welcome to dress as they wish.

Why is the Oxo Tower famous?

The Oxo Tower has been a landmark since the 1930s. Around 1900, a power station was built on the site of Oxo Tower Wharf to supply electricity to the Post Office.

Who owns the Oxo Tower restaurant?

Oxo Tower Wharf was originally built at the end of the 19th century as a power station for Royal Mail. A couple of decades later, it was acquired by the Liebig Extract of Meat Company, makers of Oxo stock.

Does Harvey Nichols have a dress code?

No dress code needed.

When was the Oxo Tower built?

The Oxo Tower is a South Bank landmark surmounting a former cold store and meat products factory. It was built in the late 1920s, retaining some of the riverfront facade of a Post Office power station that had formerly occupied the site, then known as Stamford Wharf.

Is there a dress code for Brasserie of light?

Our dress code is Smart Casual. Our nearest parking is at Selfridges car park, W1H 6HL. Are Dogs Allowed at Brasserie of Light? We are unable to allow dogs in the restaurant.

Why is it called Oxo Tower?

Enter the wonderfully named Liebig Extract of Meat Company, who, in the late 1920s, acquired the site to convert the building into a cold store. Liebig were famous for making Oxo Beef Stock Cubes, so yes, Oxo Tower really does get its name from that!

Is Oxo Tower free?

There’s A Public Viewing Platform at the Oxo Tower… and it’s Free.

Where is Oxo factory?

The Oxo Tower is a building with a prominent tower on the south bank of the River Thames in London. The building has mixed use as Oxo Tower Wharf containing a set of design, arts and crafts shops on the ground and first floors with two galleries, Bargehouse and Gallery@oxo.