A growing cluster of eateries has moved in at Television Centre. From independent local cafés to Soho House’s roster of buzzy restaurants, there’s something for every taste, at every time of day.
The Broadcaster is a contemporary social space set over 4 floors at the front of Television Centre offering beers, cocktails, flatbreads and refined British pub classics.
Regularly hailed as London’s best pizza, with unorthodox toppings and prosecco on tap.
Mare Street Market's favourite roastery and maker delivering the highest quality and most sustainably sourced green beans from around the world.
Endo Kazutoshi, the world-renowned sushi chef, has opened a 16-seat sushi restaurant in the clouds in the Rotunda.
The sophisticated Chelsea establishment moves north. Modern European dining with an interior to please the well-heeled.
London’s favourite burgers come to Television Centre. Stacked buns that require an unhinged jaw.
From humble beginnings in a shipping container in Brixton to a new outpost at Television Centre, Kricket brings to life the flavours of Mumbai using seasonal British ingredients.
Occupying the ground floor of the former BBC Television Centre building, White City Studio is a creative space for Soho House and Soho Friends members.
A short walk up Wood Lane from TVC you will find loaded souvlaki wraps, cold pressed juices, Japanese-Peruvian cuisine and homestyle Pakistani dining clustered around a landscaped courtyard at White City Place