The food hall concept also means that visitors and their five plus ones can order table service from a number of different restaurants and bars, so everyone gets to enjoy what they have missed most during lockdown, even if it is from different places.
The line-up at BattersEats Arches Lane includes: modern Indian cuisine from renowned chef Vivek Singh at Cinnamon Kitchen, tasty burgers, mushroom pappardelle pasta and award-winning cocktails from neighbourhood bar and restaurant No 29 Power Station West, pizza from the newly opened Gordon Ramsey’s Street Pizza, delicious Ramen, curries and Gyoza from Japanese restaurant, Tonkotsu, and wine, beer, soft drinks and snacks from a new pop-up bar at The Turbine Theatre.
Coronavirus restrictions currently allow groups of six or a larger group from two households to enjoy outdoor hospitality venues. Customers no longer need to order a substantial meal with alcoholic drinks and there is no 10pm curfew. Customers must order, eat and drink while seated at a table and where a mask when not seated.
If Covid targets permit, customers will be able to eat and drink indoors in England from May 17.
To get to Battersea Power Stations, visitors can travel by bike, bus, car, train and Tube, or by the Uber Boat by Thames Clippers River Bus.