A hidden garden terrace is springing up in Battersea this Easter, with the launch of the Tonic Terrace at London House on 19 April.
Inspired by botanicals and summer gardens, the Tonic Terrace is nestled in a tranquil corner of Battersea Square at London House. Surrounded by wisteria, herbs, citrus and florals, guests will enjoy G&Ts from a specially curated Fever-Tree menu.
Serves include Bombay Sapphire with Mediterranean Tonic and rosemary, Three River Gin with Naturally Light Tonic and lemon thyme and for a NA aperitif, Seedlip ‘Garden’ with Cucumber Tonic and dill. For spritz lovers, don’t miss the Fever-Tree Lemon Tonic, Martini Ambrato, Elderflower Cordial and Grapefruit Bitters.
Whilst sipping on a refreshing G&T, guests can also order from a selection of flavour packed bar snacks including Nocellara olives, lively padron peppers, as well as fuller a la carte dishes such as buttermilk fried chicken fillets and the classic beer battered fish & chips.
Better still, why not join us for a Fever-Tree G&T masterclass? You can stir, shake and pour your own drinks with a Fever-Tree ambassador to guide you through the process. Join the masterclass for £30 per person including sharing platters or £60 including a 3-course dinner with a G&T (available 3 May & 11 July).
The Tonic Terrace is a hidden gem in South West London, offering the ultimate outdoor space to enjoy a classic G&T summer. Inside the garden, a hidden rustic door creaks open to reveal a dining table where parties of up to eight can enjoy al fresco dining.
The dog-friendly terrace opens on 19 April until early September, and is available for bookings and walk-ins seven days a week.
For more information or to make a reservation, click here.