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Celebrate Christmas at Skylon

Experience the festive season in style at Skylon Christmas party venue, a destination venue that captures the buzz of London from an unbeatable vantage point. Located within the vivid Southbank, Skylon offers an unparalleled dining experience, combining outstanding quality food, wine, and cocktails in an elegant setting.

Exceptional Festive Menus Executive Head Chef Tom Cook has crafted a variety of Great British menus perfect for the festive season. Designed to cater to parties of all sizes, these menus are complemented by an innovative and renowned wine list, as well as a tailored cocktail menu for the chic bar area, perfect for welcome drinks or after-dinner cocktails. A Dedicated Team At Skylon, the dedicated team ensures every detail of your Christmas celebration is taken care of, providing a warm and elegant atmosphere for you and your guests to enjoy.

Flexible Dining Options The restaurant can accommodate group bookings of up to 24 guests in its elegant surroundings. For a more secluded experience, the intimate River View area offers beautiful waterside views in a semi-private space, available for up to 60 guests standing or 50 guests seated.

Exclusive Events For larger events, Skylon Christmas party veneu can be hired exclusively for up to 500 guests standing or up to 300 guests seated. Alternatively, you can hire one side of the restaurant for up to 130 seated or 150 standing guests. No matter the size of your event, Skylon provides a unique and unforgettable Christmas celebration experience.

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3.9
1,163 reviews
  • Madge Bailey
    Madge Bailey
    a week ago

    Superb food, great value set menu £30 including glass of wine, and with views of the river. Generous portions. Passion fruit posset was stunning! Or cocktail or tea at the bar. Stylish central London venue. Great multinational staff. Really impressed

  • Bongo
    Bongo
    2 months ago

    We had a reservation for Saturday, February 3rd, for a bottomless brunch, and despite some initial skepticism due to mixed reviews, I am delighted to share that it was an outstanding experience. We were seated by the window, enjoyed superb service from attentive staff who ensured our glasses were never empty. The food exceeded expectations, and the added touch of a saxophone player in the background elevated the ambiance. Kudos to the staff – a solid 5-star experience!

  • Sarah H
    Sarah H
    2 months ago

    My husband, my 3 year old son and I stopped here for a birthday cocktail but ended up having dinner too. Overall a great experience from very attentive staff to food quality and atmosphere. I had the prawn curry with saffron rice which was fragrant and delicious. My husband was happy with his steak and my son enjoyed his penne pasta from the kids menu. Cocktails were also good.

  • Loran Aniseed
    Loran Aniseed
    3 months ago

    We had a lovely team lunch today with 11 people at this nice restaurant. Grand, beautiful and with an amazing view of South Bank. Soft music and light atmosphere, suitable for conversations. The food is a tad pricey a la carte depending on options (£17-36 for mains), but they have a lovely lunch set menu of £30 for 2 course and £35 for 3 course. I personally had the smoke salmon for starter and cod for main, and they were very well executed. Nicely presented, good sized portions and tasty. I would recommend the pear and beetroot salad though, unexpectedly super refreshing and tasty! Also had a cocktail called This is not a tiramisu and was very delicious! Note the restaurant does not have their own toilet but uses the South Bank Centre ones which is a small walk away. Nappy changing area available in those too. Overall it was a good experience, would recommend.

  • j r
    j r
    in the last week

    Great restaurant - a lovely setting and substantive menu. The price is mid range but you get a standard likely above most comparable venues in the area and certainly compared to venues with a view and location like this. The staff when we visited on a prime evening were quick, attentive and punctual with their service despite the restaurant being very busy. The menu is reasonable, the selection is wide although it caters better for meat eaters than not. The quality of the food is really good, not quite up there with slightly more expensive venues but really consistent … which nowadays isn’t at all a given. As a vegetarian I stuck to non meat options but the meat is probably the better choice than the non meat items. However the pear beetroot and chicory was exceptional, the sorbets were great, and the vegetable curry was very good. I was not as much of a fan of the passion fruit posset but it does get good reviews from others. Would thoroughly recommend for an occasion meal in central London and would struggle to recommend many better locations and offerings.