1 Tower Bridge, London SE1 2AA
#UJFave The Ivy Brasserie (find us in there for any kind of celebration) has migrated South of the river for the first time. The menu isn’t anything drastically different; it’s an all-day affair serving all of the Ivy classics (we had scallops, lobster, steak tartare and lamb, all delicious) but the Tower Bridge location boasts a seriously impressive interior and an an even more impressive view. The two-storey restaurant was designed by Martin Brudnizki Studio, and it’s adorned with psychedelic prints, Missoni-style fabrics and luxurious velvet seating in saturated hues. Admire the view from the inside (there are floor-to-ceiling windows), or sit outside on the al fresco terrace. It’s all very Paris in the ’60s.