Altitude 360: Graze While You Gaze

If you like a room with a view and taking several hours over your lunch, then Altitude 360 is definitely worth a visit. The Westminster-based events venue is now open to the public on Sundays, serving up brunch with a 360-degree panoramic view across London.

High up on the 29th floor of the Millbank Tower, we played the most amazing game of eye spy while we dined; The Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, The London Eye, Piccadilly Circus, St Paul’s Cathedral and Wembley Stadium were among the sights on view. Even though the weather was overcast, the views were still fabulous.

I was impressed with the food which was a posh buffet with delicious salads, oysters , fish, a carvery and an incredible selection of sweet treats for dessert. I felt like I was in Las Vegas!

The ambient music and minimal design made me feel unusually relaxed. There were even newspapers and magazines in the lounge area to read while enjoying a complimentary Bellini. I don’t know who would want to read the papers with such dizzying, distracting views though!

Altitude 360 is open for brunch on Sundays between 12:30 and 4pm. £65 per person.

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  1. Lilac says:

    I spotted today that you can now get a discount for Altitude 360′s Sunday Brunch with your TasteLondon card… yay!

  2. Hannah White says:

    Wow Altitude looks like an amazing venue, I am going there in August for my friends wedding and can’t wait.

  3. NickB says:

    It’s not the same as the old Pontins operated restaurant at the top of the BT Tower. Great that this was open to the public at a time that the tower was not on any maps and was covered by the official secrets act !

  4. Tim Tim says:

    I’m a religious twice a week bruncher. This includes every Saturday and every Sunday without fail. During these weekend outings, I often find myself on a quest for the best Eggs Benedict in the city. You could say I’m a serious fan. After all, I think Eggs Benedict sets the standard for the overall best brunch places.

    Last weekend, I decided to check out Altitude 360. I’ve heard about it, but nothing ever lured me to the top of the tower. As I entered Millbank Tower, went up 29 floors and arrived at the top of the tower, a warm, cozy vibe immediately took over me. I had a good feeling.

    Checking out the buffet, I quickly realized this was right up my alley. I guzzled down a tasty bloody mary while I decided which station to visit first.

    Brunch made quite a first impression. The egg station looked like a brunch dream. After the first bite, I realized I had just stumbled upon a London brunch masterpiece. Somehow the ingredients all worked together perfectly and formed an amazingly yummy taste. I tried to pace myself. I didn’t want it to end…it was so so sooo good.

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