Bringing paradise Thameside, Neverland London is guaranteed to satisfy those holiday blues #beachplease.

What to Expect

Kick your shoes off, grab a cocktail and de-stress. Neverland London is decked out with street food stalls, bars, a beautiful stretch of beach and a lazy summer atmosphere. BYOB to fully enjoy the craftsmanship of the mixologists and indulge in food from the four major food groups: aka pizza, cheese, tacos and bao. 

Feasting on Le Bao and Le Rac Shack

What to Eat

Head over to Taco Dave for Mexican street-food with a modern twist. Our favourite was definitely the 8-hour Dr. Pepper Beef Brisket Taco – free range brisket cooked in Dr. Pepper (yes, you read that correctly), chipotle and Mexican spices. Served on soft tacos with white cabbage, pico de gallo and sour cream to taste! 

Sausages being grilled: you name it, they’ll cheese it at Le Rac Shack

Le Rac Shack serve a taste of the alps – a stall after our own hearts. Copious amounts of melted raclette cheese are scraped onto your dish of choice. For the traditionalists we recommend the Classic Raclette of crushed new potatoes, cornichons and salad. Another not-to-be-missed dish is the Sausage Poutine served as a large portion of cheesy chips, Toulouse sausage and a generous serving of gravy. 

You name it, they’ll cheese it.  

Top of our list at Lucabuca is The Funghi

Don’t let the quaintness of Lucabuca’s stall deceive you, their wood-fired pizzas are unmissable. Top of our list is the The Funghi made with Portobello mushrooms, parmesan, truffle oil (mmm), and topped with a handful of rocket!  

Get your hands on those bao

Le Bao. Coming in three different flavour combinations, Le Bao keeps things simple but delicious. Our choice dish has got to be the Belly Bao made with braised pork belly, powdered peanuts, cucumbers, chilli hoisin and coriander. We recommend it to those with a hot palette! And fear not, milder chicken and veggie options are also available. 

Twilight vibes

What to Drink

The mixologists are there to essentially pimp your drink. BYOB and they’ll take care of the rest!

G&T lovers can refresh with an Elderflower Collins served with plenty of lemon and a dash of elderflower. Rum and Vodka enthusiasts can indulge in classic pina coladas, flavoured mojitos and cosmopolitans. 

Finally, don’t forget to try an ice cold Peroni Ambra, somewhere between a cocktail and a beer, with subtle hints of orange.

Peroni Ambra

Best for

Post-work food and drinks and catch up with friends! 

Don’t Miss

Splash out a bit more ££ will secure you a beach hut for that ultimate VIP experience.

Hit the huts

Neverland London | Wandsworth Bridge Road, London, SW6 2TY | Wednesday-Friday: 6pm -11pm; Saturday: 12pm – 11pm; Sunday and Bank Holidays: 12pm – 9pmEntry to Neverland London is from £10 (corkage fee)

 

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