• London Eye
    London Eye

  • National Theatre
    National Theatre

  • Blackfriars Station Bridge
    Blackfriars Station Bridge

  • Gabriel's Wharf
    Gabriel's Wharf

  • South Bank Lion
    South Bank Lion

  • County Hall
    County Hall

  • Westminster Bridge
    Westminster Bridge

  • Golden Jubilee Bridges
    Golden Jubilee Bridges



  • Beautiful self-guided walk between courses
  • Three course meal served in three great restaurants
  • Choice of at least two dishes at every course
  • A glass of wine (or beer/soda) is included with every course
  • Route map and description highlighting the sights
€ 69,95 per person
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Practical information

Additionale information:
If you're interested in booking a Walking Dinner in London, please contact us by email: info@walkingdinner.com. 

London’s South Bank is home to great national centres for art and culture, a vibrant and growing community and some of the city’s finest achievements in architecture, such as the National Theatre and London Eye. Throughout its history, South Bank has endured fire, flood, slum clearance, railway demolition, devastating bombing, and the ebb and flow of investment and industry. Consequently, the area is peppered with unique examples of architecture and hidden mementoes from the past that are waiting to be explored. On your Walking Dinner experience, you will go on a journey of discovery, into the heart and the history of South Bank.

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Brasserie Joel

Brasserie Joel

Black & Blue

Black & Blue

Omnino St Paul's

Omnino St Paul's

Booking information

Once you have booked your Walking Dinner Tour, you will receive a confirmation e-mail within 5 minutes. This has your  booking reference which is your reservation number at each of the three restaurants.

The following information can be found in the confirmation email:
Order number
Route description
Estimated time schedule
Information about the starting point
Information about the highlights

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Your walking tour

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