Just a short walk from London's Tower Bridge you will find yourself in the heart of 1930s Paris. At least from a culinary point of view anyway. Le Pont de la Tour is an innovative French restaurant serving traditional cuisine tinged with a modern accent.
As well as a classy indoor dinning area with bar & grill, during the summer, Le Pont de la Tour open up their beautiful terrace area, where you can eat al fresco right opposite The River Thames. This year Pont Plage has embraced the bygone era of Riviera glamour and Parisian chic by creating a 1920s beach-inspired retreat.
Meet the holiday goers out for a good time at the beach, and have your picture taken with them as they crowd around the terrace in their full-sized cardboard cut-out glory.
A seaside-inspired menu by head chef, Tom cook will include large sharing salads, crab & crevette buckets, and shrimp flambéed au Pastis (anise-flavoured liqueur). If French cuisine isn't your cup of tea, then why not order something from the C-Bar, which has South American ceviche, Japanese sashimi-style fresh fish, or a classic crustacean dish. To go with it, try some fruit cocktails, such as an Iceberg Martin or Tropical Escape. The terrace will remain open until the 31st August, so make the most of it.