Skylon

A flight of five wines and bar snacks to share at Skylon, for two

£80.00

Information

This experience is only bookable from January 2022.

Enjoy a flight of five wines specially selected by our Sommelier and two bar snacks to share, for two guests. Conveniently situated on the South Bank, Skylon offers modern British cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere separated by a stunning central bar, which is renowned for its fabulous cocktails.

Please allow 1.5 hours for the full experience. Available to book Monday to Friday at the following times only:

Afternoon – Monday to Friday 12.00 – 15.30

Evening – Monday to Thursday 17.00 to 21.00 and Friday 17.00 to 19.00

Reservation essential. To book your experience, please call Skylon on 020 7654 7800.

Terms & Conditions

This experience is bookable from January 2022. Valid at Skylon only for 10 months from date of purchase, for two guests. Available to book Monday to Friday 12-3.30pm, Monday to Thursday 5-9pm and Friday 5-7pm. 6 people max per session. 125ml glass per person.

Reservation essential: please call 020 7654 7800 to book.

Experiences need to be booked in advance by contacting the restaurant directly. Redemption subject to availability. The voucher cannot be redeemed if the experience is cancelled with under 24 hours’ notice. Experiences can only be redeemed with the presentation of the D&D experience card or e-voucher. Not available on bank holidays or in conjunction with any other offer. D&D London reserves the right to reschedule or rearrange your experience in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

E-voucher only.

Restaurant Information

Skylon is situated on the third floor of the Royal Festival Hall in the Southbank Centre and offers stunning views from huge floor-to-ceiling windows.

The restaurant features modern British cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere separated by a stunning centerpiece bar, which is renowned for its fabulous cocktails.

Skylon takes its name from the original iconic structure that was built for the 1951 Festival of Britain. The restaurant’s design echoes the style of the Royal Festival Hall during the same period, with unique contemporary touches.

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