High Timber

High Timber


0.5 miles
High Timber, 8 High Timber Street, City, EC4V 3PA

High Timber is situated on the banks of the River Thames, with fabulous views of Shakespeare's Globe, the Tate Modern and the Millennium Bridge. Great outdoor seating at the end of the Thames Path during the summer months, with a picturesque view of the river traffic, makes High Timber a year-round destination. Known for juicy steaks and innovative but unpretentious food, High Timber prides itself on the expertise of its chefs, whose cooking demonstrates real flair. They use only prime ingredients for the compact but often-changing menu, with a touch of South African influence ever present. Precision cooking keeps the airy dining room filled with regulars. There are two very well-stocked wine cellars, around which diners can wander and select their wines, and a walk-in cheese and biltong room, all adding to the High Timber experience. The red wine cellar boasts a secluded table for those in the know, adjacent to the private dining room which has glass-fronted views of both cellars. With a direct line to Jordan Winery in Stellenbosch, the South African collection is unrivalled, and the rest of the world very well represented. The service is friendly and highly professional, and the aim is to turn you into an instant regular. Throughout the restaurant, walls are adorned with modern works from upcoming South African artists. High Timber caters for special occasions and quick business lunches, but people always linger longer than anticipated

+2High Timber
Open: Mon-Fri noon-3pm, 6pm-10pm (Sat & Sun private functions only)

Similar restaurants nearby


Recommend a Restaurant

Mon, 07/23/2018 - 14:07 -- Administrator

We are always on the lookout for excellent eateries to feature on our website, our app and in our printed guides. If you think you know a restaurant that we really should review then tell us about it here.

Enter the postcode below to look up the restaurant address. If you don’t know the postcode just enter the address manually

This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.

We found several matches for places called "". Which one were you looking for?