|Mon - Thurs||09:00 – 22:30|
|Fri - Sat||09:00 – 23:00|
|Budget||Reasonably Priced (£30 - £40)|
|Nearest Station||Imperial Wharf|
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Husband and wife team Johan and Elsa De Jager opened SOURCE in Battersea at the end of 2013. The restaurant name is largely inspired by London’s only natural spring, located directly under the restaurant allowing them to filter their own natural spring water, proceeds of which are donated to Magic Breakfast charity. The menu aims to showcase the best of British ingredients and adapts seasonally, featuring only top quality produce from handpicked suppliers.
Farm to table restaurant in Battersea. Simple. Seasonal. Social. Located down 2 flights of stairs underneath the restaurant and next to the spring, is the entrance to a breathtaking event space that you never would have expected! Steeped in a rich history, this large basement room underneath The Thames was once used as a warehouse for storing ice before it was widely available in London.
Named after the former ice factory’s own water source, The Source brings an element of sophistication to Battersea. In the site that used to be known as the 90’s success story of Ransome’s Dock, it had some seriously big boots to fill and so far has done a pretty good job. The interior is industrial-chic with white washed walls and a concrete pressed floor which adds a comforting ambiance in which to devour the delicate menu. The quality your served for the really rather reasonable price is excellent with dishes such as Lamb leg with Aubergine Caponata, Ratte Potatoes and Ricotta or Hereford Cote de Boeuf with Cimi de Rapa and Crispy Wedges. Also offering a mouth-watering weekend menu of brunch and Sunday lunch, it is definitely worth popping down to see the transformation.