Booty's Riverside Bar was established in 1979 by Mr Dennis Booty, who as a succesful professional boxer and local entrepeneur. It was his inspiration to turn a derelict hole into the bar that it is today. For the last six years Booty's has been run by local host John Fell, who brings with him a wealth of experience in the licence trade.
Along with its abundance of history, traditional decor, old prints and maps of the area, Booty's has the location to match. Situated on the route of the London marathon, with the advantage of a spectacular view over the River Thames. So sit back, enjoy the surroundings and keep your eyes open - you never know who you might spot at Booty's !
We opened our first La Rueda restaurant over a decade ago when tapas bars were generally unheard of, we built our success not just on a great spanish cuisine but also reasonable prices and friendly service. However we don't believe in living in the past we have now moved on and along with the opening of our premier restaurant in Tower Hill we have revamped our menus and brought in delicious new dishes, along with a first rate Spanish wine list
Our core values are friendly family run attentiveness, all dishes made with the highest quality ingredients and always delivered at sensible prices.
In stylish surroundings with large windows watching the hustle and bustle of city life pass you by. Outside tables on a quiet square over looking the Tower of London and Tower Bridge in the summer months, a real picture postcard experience.
We also have live music on selected nights.
Why not try us for your forthcoming party, corporate event or even wedding we are certain you will not be disappointed
"Salamat Datang" Welcome to Awana, the finest Malaysian Restaurant in London Here you will discover authentic Malaysian cuisine, a representation of the traditional street food in a fine dining environment.
Awana means in the clouds in malay. The bar, satay bar and restaurant opened at the end of 2005 and was designed by Tully Filmer, the décor draws inspiration from the traditional Malaysian teak house adding lush silk panels and delicate glass screens to a dark wood interior.