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Another spin-off of Caprice Holding's Ivy brand, this time at One Tower Bridge – a new development next to City Hall and Tower Bridge. It is due to open in summer 2017 and will serve a similar all-day menu to the Ivy Chelsea Garden.

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If you don’t count the Ivy Cafés, this is the fourth spin-off from Caprice Holdings’ Ivy brand, this time at One Tower Bridge – a new development next to City Hall and Tower Bridge – set to serve a similar all-day menu to the Ivy Chelsea Garden. Given the, so far, remorselessly middling performance of all the spin-offs, next year we will likely treat all the properties as the single M.O.R. group which seems to be Richard Caring’s aspiration.

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The Ivy Tower Bridge Restaurant Diner Reviews

Reviews of The Ivy Tower Bridge Restaurant in SE1, London by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of The Ivy Tower Bridge restaurant.
Michael L
Large, well thought-out sibling to the famo...
Reviewed 11 days ago

"Large, well thought-out sibling to the famous original, right next door to the new Bridge Theatre. The menu is similar to to that in the West End, the prices reasonable. Service is friendly and helpful, but a bit weak on specific detail in its first few weeks."

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Nick G
Slick operation, that was buzzing inside an...
Reviewed 14 days ago

"Slick operation, that was buzzing inside and out on a sunny Friday afternoon in August. The food was good without being outstanding, ditto service, but overall impressed and not too punchy a bill at the end. Pleasantly surprised and heard good things from others."

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Michael A
A pre theatre meal, two simple courses orde...
Reviewed 1 months, 3 days ago

"A pre theatre meal, two simple courses ordered well ahead of when we wanted to be in the theatre. We explained this to the waitress and she said we had penty of time. The starters arrived promptly, the mains much, much later and only after I had pressed for them. We ended up running to the theatre. The food was just OK, not significantly better than Cote which is in the same ownership. The lace is very nice however."

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