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There’s no better place to survey the lights of London and taste some fantastic British cuisine than at #TheView @SkyloftLondon at the top of the iconic Millbank Tower. The venue offers breathtaking 360 degree views across the capital, and promises an unforgettable dining experience in the sky.
The venue combines great service with outstanding views: enjoy a glass of wine from our extensive list, or tuck into a choice of mouth-watering dishes. It’s an experience perfect for everyone, tourist or Londoner alike. After dinner, take your pick from a selection of cocktails to suit your mood, then sit back and relax as music plays and the lights of the city shimmer below.
call +44 207 592 7618
or 0904 679 0379
Calls to this number are charged at £1.50 from a BT landline. Calls from other mobiles and networks may charge more. Reservations are open 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri.
Goats cheese in a Beetroot Jelly
Carpaccio of beets, wild rocket, walnuts, grapes, honey and lemon dressing
Salt and pepper Squid
with a passion fruit dressing
Cornish line-caught Mackerel
Horseradish and pickled cucumber
Ham- Hock terrine
with apple gel, scotch quails egg and glazed and pickled mustard fruits
Rhubarb and Apple Foie Gras
served with truffle brioche
Loin of Rabbit wrapped in pancetta with new season garlic and lemon
with apple puree
Roasted Cod and Cauliflower Puree
with an apple salsa
Pan fried Sea bass with clams and watercress buerre-blanc
with red chicory, samphire, shaved fennel and celeriac mash with globe artichokes
Pork Belly and Scallops
with cauliflower puree, caper butter, broad beans, parsnips and a pork jus
Herb crusted lamb rump, lamb sweetbreads baby fondants
with pan fried pear and pea and mint puree
Rib of Beef and rosemary pommes pont neuf
white Asparagus, Jerusalem artichoke and king oyster mushrooms, served with a peppercorn sauce
Soft poached eggs on a haricot bean cassoulet
with lightly toasted truffled brioche (V)
English Pea Risotto
with/without thinly sliced pancetta, parmesan with pea shoots and asparagus (V)
served with Caramel and a Strawberry Sorbet with fresh straw berries and crumble
served with a Raspberry sphere and chocolate
Granny Smith and brandy tart
served with ice cream and a mini toffee apple
Cheddar, Smoked Cotswold, Stilton white blueberries, Wenesleydale with cranberries and grapes
Please note that since we use fresh seasonal ingredients that some items may be substituted due to the availability of produce.
The iconic Millbank Tower is London’s tallest river side building and is located between Vauxhall and Lambeth Bridge next to the Tate Britain on the north side of the river. Our formal Sunday brunch is held on the 28th and 29th floors and our New York party brunch take place on the 2nd floor.
*Calls to this number are charged at local rate. **Calls to this number are charged at £1.50 per minute from a BT land line. Calls to mobiles and other networks may cost more. Our reservations office is open 7 days a week, 9am-9pm Monday to Friday and 9am-9pm at weekends.
EXCLUSIVE: Tom Cruise splashes £100,000 on a lavish wrap party for cast and crew but misses out after filming runs over
By J J AnisiobiPUBLISHED:14:17, 11 March 2013| UPDATED:15:26, 11 March 2013
Tom Cruise may just be the most generous superstar in all of Hollywood.
The acting legend spent a whopping £100,000 on a wrap party for cast and crew on his latest blockbuster - but failed to attend the glitzy celebration himself.
Tom, 50, was in London filming All You Need Is Kill, and planned the huge celebration for the entire cast and crew.
Generousity: Tom Cruise splashed the cash on a lavish wrap party... but he couldn't attend after filming ran over
Unfortunately, the Top Gun star found himself stuck on set until late on Saturday night as filming ran over and he was not able to join the lavish party he had paid for.
Cruise booked one of the top five star luxury venues in town with free food and drink all night for the 400 people who worked on the film.
Tom got his people to book the luxurious Altitude London venue on the 28th floor of the Millbank Tower near the Houses of Parliament.
A source close to the action hero told Mail Online: 'He chose the venue because it has the most amazing panoramic view of the whole of London.'
Splash the cash: Tom treated his guests to £100,000 worth of free food and drink at the Millbank Tower
But due to filming over-running Tom wasn't able to attend his own leaving do.
The source added: 'He was still at the studios right up till late Saturday night filming last minute action sequences to the multi-million budget action flick.'
Instructions were sent from the set to managers at the venue that there should be a free bar all night with unlimited champagne and cocktails.
The source said: 'By the end of the night over 350 bottles of champagne had been popped. There were also delicious canapés of crab cakes, Chinese dim sum, mini Kobe beef burgers, sausage and mash, and satay chicken.'
One of the crew at the party told Mail Online: 'Tom's had an incredible time filming this movie, he's ridden a vintage motorbike down the Mall to Buckingham Palace and dropped out of a helicopter into Trafalgar Square.
Practice makes perfect: Emily Blunt holds a gun to Tom Cruise's head on All You Need Is Kill set in London
'He said that filming in London has been one of the greatest experiences of his life, and this was his way of saying thank you to all the production team that made it possible.'
The crew member added: 'I've worked on quite a few Hollywood films and with big star names, but this is without a doubt the most lavish wrap party I've ever been to. There's going to be a few sore heads on Sunday morning though.'
The shindig included a DJ playing all night up to 3am and the party got started early with people wading in at 9pm at the free bar.
Hundreds of full champagne flutes were lined up across the bar and were replenished as soon as they were drunk. Waitresses kept going round with seemingly never ending trays of canapés.
There was even a dressing up cupboard laid on complete with Mission Impossible style outfits and a photo-booth so that crew could take pictures of themselves because there was a strict no photos rule in the party.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2291599/EXCLUSIVE-Tom-Cruise-splashes-100-000-wrap-party-cast-crew-misses-filming-runs-over.html?ito=feeds-newsxmlb
There’s no better place to survey the lights of London and taste some fantastic British cuisine than at #TheView @SkyloftLondon at the top of the iconic Millbank Tower. The venue offers breath-taking 360 degree views across the capital, and promises an unforgettable dining experience in the sky.
Led by our award winning chef Ryan Fashola, we have strived to uncover the finest ingredients from across the UK. Ryan has created a superb menu of dishes that capture flavours from the South coast to Northern Scotland.
Combined with the stunning views, guests can expect an unforgettable evening, including access to the London Sky Bar and our exclusive cocktail lounge.