Shop, Eat & Drink

We have a variety of restaurants, bars and shops to enjoy during your visit. Please see below for further details. 


Southbank Centre Shops (Festival Terrace and Royal Festival Hall)

A diverse range of design-led gifts, creative toys for children and 1950s-inspired home wares.

Hayward Gallery Shop

Art-related gifts and prints, Hayward Publications and a wide range of other book titles.


A renowned bookshop with a range of more than 30,000 titles, magazines and gifts.

Southbank Centre Book Market 

Find one of London’s best-kept secrets down by the riverside.

Shop online

Great gift ranges and web-only special offers on selected lines.

Bars & Restaurants

If you're looking for a place to stop for refreshment while visiting Southbank Centre, you're spoilt for choice.

Caffè Vergnano 1882

Award-winning Italian coffee.


Great British food at an award-winning restaurant. 

Central Bar 

Enjoy a drink in the heart of the Royal Festival Hall.


Daily cafe and funky night bar. 


Fresh sandwiches, salads and hot food served to order all day.

Feng Sushi 

Award-winning, sustainably sourced Japanese food, with a kids’ menu.


Freshly cooked global food served to the sound of great music.

KERB Southbank Centre

A talented crew of street cooks, a stall selling craft beer and a cocktail bar.

Las Iguanas

South American restaurant featuring fresh and imaginative dishes and cocktails.

Le Pain Quotidien

Belgian bakery with an atmosphere of warmth and simplicity.

Ping Pong

Dim sum, cocktails and tea with exotic flowers.

Queen Elizabeth Hall Bar & Café

A selection of bar drinks, sandwiches and cakes.

Queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden

A relaxing Garden Café.

Real Food Markets 

A delicious range of sustainable, ethically produced food.

Riverside Terrace Café

A spacious, contemporary cafe with inspiring views.


Modern British food from respected Executive Head Chef, Adam Gray.

Southbank Centre’s Central Bar Terrace

For al fresco wining and dining in summer.


A contemporary Italian restaurant using the finest seasonal produce.


All day bar and café under the railway arches.


Pan-Asian noodle restaurant showcasing fresh seasonal ingredients.

Wahaca Southbank Experiment

Delicious Mexican street food served within eight beautifully recycled shipping containers.

YO! Sushi

'Kaiten' sushi bar-style eating with over 90 Japanese-inspired items.

Popup Restaurants

Here for our Festival of Love

Look Mum No Hands
Following on from their success at last year's festival, the London cyclist’s favourite cafe and bar, Look mum no hands!, is back under Hungerford Bridge serving Square Mile coffee, fresh food and craft beer.

The Bloody Oyster
The Bloody Oyster are bringing their London double-decker bus to Southbank Centre for the summer, where they’ll be serving up unusual shakes and shucks of Britain's finest pick-me-ups: oysters, Bloody Marys and cocktails

B.O.B's Lobster
A delightfully bourgeois dining experience brought from the white linen tablecloth to the streets.

A delicious frozen yogurt that lacks fat, shuns sugar and has hardly any calories.

Department of Good Cheer
A South London cocktail collective who specialise in thematic drinks, bizarre infusions and gastronomic flavour pairings.

Wi-Fi is available in many cafes and restaurants but not our pop ups.

All our restaurants (excluding popup restaurants) are accessible to people with disabilities.

Please note that only alcohol purchased on the Southbank Centre site can be consumed on these premises, unless specific events indicate otherwise.

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