Work, Meet and Eat at Battersea's Newest Restaurant - The Oak SW11

Work, Meet and Eat at Battersea's Newest Restaurant - The Oak SW11

Looking for somewhere you visit morning, noon and night? The Oak SW11 in Battersea, London is the place that has it all for every occasion.

"A place to work and play, meet and eat" the new swanky restaurant describes itself on their website and they're not overselling themselves. The charming new restaurant opened its doors this year adding to the cluster of restaurants owned by Out Of The Woods Restaurant group which also owns more London branches including, The Oak W12 and The Bird In Hand. 


Photo credit: The Oak SW11

Offering up to 120 seats there's plenty of room to seat you comfortable around the light herringbone tables and deep emerald green banquette seating. The design of the restaurant was put together with help from Founder, Jasper Gorst who handpicked every fixture and fitting. The restaurant floor is split up into different areas for you to sit depending on whether you're there for food, drinks or to even take your laptop to work. With an open casual dining and drinking space, it also has a more relaxed lounge area for brunches and even a comfortable work hub perfect for freelancers and creatives.


Photo credit: The Oak SW11

Serving up modern Mediterranean inspired dishes the dinner menu offers plenty of mouth-watering dishes including a zucchini fritte for starters, or a delicious crab, lime and green tomato tagliolini or the Stagioni pizza which is topped with tomato, mozzarella, roast ham, black olives, mushrooms and artichoke. If dinner isn't what you're thinking of, then you can check out their breakfast, brunch and lunch menu on their website. Not to be biased, but the food and drink we had there were some of best we've ever had - a big recommendation for the grilled octopus.


Photo credit: The Oak SW11

Catering for bigger groups and parties the centrepiece table accommodates for up to 14 guests. The statement quarts table is set in front of a background of mosaic mirrors and a living wall of seasonal herbs and greenery growing all year round.

Photo credit: The Oak SW11

Find out more about the restaurant, its location and bookings by visiting the website or follow them on Instagram for updates.

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