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Elevated 7 floors above ground level, Michelin star-awarded Angler brings quintessentially British fish and seafood to the edgy South Place Hotel. This rooftop retreat offers spectacular views over London landmarks, including Tower 42 and the Gherkin.
Simple yet sophisticated, the Angler menu comes courtesy of Tony Fleming, former head chef of One Aldwych. Reflecting the best available produce, dishes may include Cornish cod, sole and langoustine ‘sausage’, or slow-roasted turbot. Vegetarians and carnivores are also amply catered for at Angler restaurant near Liverpool Street.
A painstakingly compiled wine list brings together 250 complementing bins, with a focus on fine French whites and lesser-known varieties from around the world. Designed by Tina Norden, the Angler London dining room features a stony grey palette and glass covered walls, while angled skylights frame unparalleled London views.
A new go-to spot for savvy foodies, the Angler roof terrace is a secluded yet vibrant hideaway. Angler restaurant is a 2-minute walk from Liverpool Street Station.