Battersea Power Station Halal Restaurants London

Halal at Battersea Power Station grand opening today

Battersea Power Station Halal Restaurants London

Credit: Battersea Power Station; Roti King; Le Bab; Cinnamon Kitchen

There will be plenty of fanfare when the iconic grade-II listed Battersea Power Station officially opens to the public today.

Following an extenstive regeneration project, the legendary landmark in London has been brought back to life as a major destination spot for locals, tourists and residents.

Including a unique blend of shops, entertainment venues, parks, and historical spaces, there will also be, of course, a number of eateries catering for Halal.

Of these, two restaurants have already been operating in Circus West Village as part of the first chapter in the regeneration of the power station.

Battersea Power Station from start to finish...
  • First generating electricity in 1933, it supplied a 5th of London at its peak, before being decommissioned in 1983.
  • 17,000 jobs will be created once the entire 42-acre project is completed.
  • The Boiler House will be home to the Arcade Food Hall from JKS Restaurants when it opens in 2023.
  • Retail is housed in the two newly restored, historic Turbine Halls.
  • The glass elevator ‘LIFT 109’ transports visitors 109 metres to the top of the north west chimney with panoramic views.

Respected Indian chef Vivek Singh’s contemporary, 110-cover Cinnamon Kitchen, which first opened back in 2018, has informed FtLion “that Halal meat orders will be cooked away from pork and non-Halal meats”.

Nestled under the Grosvenor Bridge railway arches, head chef and owner Sugen Gopal’s 45-cover pan-Malaysian restaurant Roti King, which launched earlier this year, says it “draws in dishes from across Malaysia” including their famous Roti Canai.

FtLion Awards ‘Best Restaurant’ in 2020, Maison Bab‘s sister-restaurant Le Bab will be opening next week, Monday 17, inside the station with kebabs created by “Michelin-trained chefs serving [fusion] kebabs”.

For easy access, the Northern Line was extended to give the power station its very own Zone 1 London underground station: Battersea Power Station, which is also accessible via the Uber Boat by Thames Clippers river bus service, bike, train and on foot.

For those looking to spend the day there, then FtLion can confirm the availability of a multi-faith “Prayer Room” in the power station itself, which is located towards Circus Road East behind the retail stores of Skechers and Mango.

Battersea Power Station
Circus Rd W, Nine Elms, London SW8 5BN.

T: +44 (0)20 7501 0688 | W:

Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 08:00-23:00

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