Food & Drink

Neil Frame 07/01/70

The Gaslight Grill

The Gaslight Grill has unfortunately now closed down.

The Gaslight Grill | Battersea Restaurant


Famous for its sprawling park; for a shelter that looks after homeless dogs and cats; for “Nappy Valley”, to which young middle class couples flock in mating season; and for housing a lonely and insecure old Power Station that’s still unsure of its place in the modern world.

Less well known is that Battersea’s now also home to The Gaslight Grill, a new “modern steakhouse and Victorian gin palace”.

And the whole set-up is perfect for summer.

On a balmy Saturday evening, following an afternoon of fun in Battersea Park – boating; basking; frisbeeing – you’ll head to the garden of The (award-winning) Lost Angel for happy hour Margaritas; Mojitos; Warsaw Pacts and Licked Sailors.

As the sun begins to set and the air begins to cool you’ll take your table inside the intimate and moody Gaslight Grill which – as luck would have it – is located inside The Lost Angel.

The feel: part-Victorian country estate, part-19th century Gin Palace…. and part pub.

The menu: potted Sussex crab and beef tartar with quails egg; flat iron steaks with citizen hot sauce; lightly-grilled venison paired with pineapple marmalade; and a gin-palace-inspired drinks list that – you’ve probably already guessed – is entirely focused on gin.

Home-infused gins; world craft gins; bathtub gins and London gins are all available alongside a big cocktail list and a selection of some the UK’s best real ale…

The Gaslight Grill | 339 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, London SW11 4LS

The Gaslight Grill has unfortunately now closed down.

Like temporary restaurants? Check out our excellent guide to pop up restaurants in London this month


The Gaslight Grill

339 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, West London, SW11 4LS