Even before the plans for Nine Elms were announced, Vauxhall had established itself as an exciting alternative to SOHO, earning itself the moniker ‘VOHO’ in the process. So while the regeneration plans will make the area a truly world-class destination, Vauxhall is already one of London’s most popular districts – awash with a host of popular eateries, bars and galleries. Not to mention celebrated attractions such as The KIA Oval and IWM London.
The Tea House Theatre is just that; a cultural hub that serves some of the best loose leaf tea and homemade cakes in London. While The Ship and The Black Dog are two great gastro-pubs, with atmospheres to match their culinary talents.
Then there is The Brunswick House Café and Lassco, which both share the same Georgian building just off of Vauxhall Cross. Lassco is an architectural salvage shop which has an eclectic array of fascinating objects to make any home that bit more homely. Secreted inside it and surrounded by Lassco’s treasure trove of delights is the Brunswick House Café, a mouth-wateringly perfect dining experience in every sense.