A year after opening the riverwalk at Battersea Power Station, Circus West Village, the first chapter of the visionary project, is emerging as one of London’s most exciting new food and drink destinations as the latest mix of restaurants and business
Deputy Mayor of London for Business, Rajesh Agrawal, visited Circus West Village, the first chapter in the regeneration of Battersea Power Station, this week to meet with Rob Tincknell, CEO of Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC), and some of the owners
and high-profile chefs behind the restaurants, cafes, bars and shops opening at London’s newest food and drink destination.
The visit coincided with the one year anniversary of the opening of the new stretch of riverwalk and comes as Battersea Power Station announces the next wave of retailers to open this year. They include an independent cinema, a craft brewery, a bakery, a florist and new restaurants offering international cuisine.
The new additions will join a curated selection of restaurants, cafes, shops and businesses that have already opened, bringing the total number of confirmed retailers at Circus West Village to 20 and putting it on the map as an exciting new food district for London.
The six new destination venues announced today that will join the already dynamic Battersea Power Station line-up are:
bar and restaurant, serving great food all day, Italian restaurant Fiume, where chef Francesco Mazzei, is servingclassic Italian food from Calabria, Wright Brothers, a new riverside seafood restaurant from the renowned London oyster and shellfish specialists, The CoffeeWorks Project, a family-run business serving the best coffees and tea from around the world as well as homemade cakes and biscuits and Vagabond, one of the UK’s first urban wineries offering 100 wines by the glass and a fantastic range of craft beers and seasonal food.
The Battersea General Store is the locally run global store with a diverse range of food, freshly made sandwiches and a deli and Boom Cycle, which is known for its high-energy, music-focused fitness experience, has opened its flagship studio at Battersea Power Station.
As previously announced, also opening this year are; Ben’s Canteen, a neighbourhood hangout specialising in burgers, bloody marys and brunch; Paul Edmonds, a luxury hair salon widely known throughout the industry as a true style innovator that has been at the forefront of hair trends for the last 30-years and Pedler Cru, an all-day neighbourhood eatery, with a daily changing menu, offering adventurous and quirky dishes from seasonal ingredients.
Battersea Power Station is easily accessible via the riverside walk from Chelsea Bridge or from Battersea Park Road. Opening hours vary. Visit batterseapowerstation.co.uk and follow @BatterseaPwrStn to keep up to date with the latest news and events.
In the picture:
BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT
1 Stephen Finch, owner Vagabond, Peter McDonald, COO Battersea Brewery, Ken Yamada, Owner Tonkotsu, Alessandra Canevarolo, General Manager, Mother, Mel Marriott, owner No.29 Power Station West, Raj Bathia, Owner, TBGS, Rajesh Agrawal, Deputy Mayor for Business, Rob Tincknell CEO BPSDC, Vivek Singh, Executive Chef and CEO of Cinnamon Kitchen, Tina English, Commercial Director, Cinnamon Kitchen, Robert Godber, co-owner, Ben's Canteen, Peter Theoklitou, owner, CoffeeWorks Project
The Battersea Genera Store worker with hamper, Robin Hancock, co-founder Wright Brothers
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