Views across the Thames.
Millbank Tower has a highly distinguished history dating back to its construction as part of the huge programme of regeneration in the post-war years. Not only is it arguably London’s first genuinely modern skyscraper, the innovation of its design and engineering were ground-breaking. It has housed a myriad of high-profile and important organisations over the years and it has enjoyed a parallel career in the film and television business, acting as a location for various productions throughout the 70s and 80s. Practically next door stands the equally prestigious Tate Britain.
It is of course renowned for its size, and the views it offers from the upper floors. But there is plenty going on at ground level too, and it is here that you will find Millbank Restaurant. The restaurant has its own private entrance on the Thames riverfront, with wheelchair accessibility. Inside the space is huge and lavishly decorated, with its own bar for restaurant guests only and its own kitchen where menus of world class quality are prepared. It can be booked together with the ground floor screening room and the outside terrace, cleverly equipped to be used even in the depths of the British winter.
For product launches, parties, dinners or conferences, Millbank Restaurant is an ideal solution.