With its enviable location, just steps from Battersea Park on London, it comes as no surprise that The Grove is a popular destination for a bite to eat and a drink.
Just seconds from Battersea Park and Queenstown Road train stations and a stone’s throw from the lovely green spaces of Battersea Park, The Grove is a cool bar and restaurant and live music venue with options for dining both indoors and out.
Burgers are the main draw on the menu and the selection is extensive with options that might not have been seen before – well the names at least. The Gran Bastardo Espanol is not only an amusing name but a rather tasty burger comprising of two wild boar burgers (purchased by Borough Market) topped with chorizo, cheese, roasted peppers and a fried egg. The Down Under is another winner, a classic burger topped with cheese, egg, beetroot and pineapple whilst veges will love the Veggie on the Med featuring a vege burger, halloumi cheese, roast peppers, hummus and red onions. Aside from the burgers, the steaks are pretty good at The Grove, served with hand cut chips, mushrooms, tomatoes and salad.
Deep red walls and cool graffiti style artwork create the backdrop inside and soft leather couches offer added comfort. Outside in the courtyard, twinkling fairy lights provide a touch of magic at night and wooden picnic tables the seating. The Grove is also a top spot for live music, making it a great choice for a night out in the area.