Review: Christopher George
For the summer season, Applebee’s Fish restaurant has opened a pop-up dining experience in the heart of The South Bank next to The Royal Festival Hall.
Set underneath the South bank rail track, and pretty much next to the river Thames, it’s possibly the coolest place to be during the summer months. Capturing the urban side of Londons South Bank, along with the atmosphere of this great city that has revolved around the railways and the river Thames for hundreds of years. Applebee’s Fish set within both, with the regular trains rattling over head bringing the senses to life while listening to chilled music and live acts. Gone are the stuffy interiors, this is the British summer, so get outside. Fortunately Applebee’s Fish has the luxury of cover from the train bridge, so when that sky gets a bit damp, all is fine.
Applebee’s Fish a family business at heart, has its permanent restaurant just a stones throw away in Borough Market. This is the first year the family have branched out with a pop up restaurant to great success in a fantastic location.
With lots to see and do around South Bank. Applebee’s Fish is the perfect place to stop for exquisite relaxed and casual food, along with some champagne or cocktails. Yes Please!
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