Located in the heart of London, Victoria offers an eclectic mix of restaurants, bars, cafes, shops and pop-ups. It’s also teeming with great cultural hotspots - whether you want to take in the latest exhibition at the Tate Britain or enjoy the world-famous Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theatre, it’s all on your doorstep.
Victoria offers a host of grab ‘n’ go food, cafes and speciality coffee shops, here’s a few of our favourites.
A popular independent cafe with beans sourced at origin and roasted in small batches by London-based Ozone Coffee Roasters.
If you’re a pastry lover, head down to this delicious Danish spot for cinnamon swirls and their cardamom-studded kloben bun.
Just arrived at Victoria Station? Start your day the right way, with coffee made from speciality grade Robusta beans and a savoury (or sweet) waffle.
Located in Nova, Notes serve speciality single origin coffee roasted by their expert roasters in East London.
For something a little bit stronger, you can find a range of traditional pubs, arty cocktail venues and sports bars.
Set over three unique, but equally beautiful floors, this gastropub offers an extensive bar in a buzzy atmosphere with cosy open fireplaces and a locally sourced menu.
Serving up a selection of wines and sharing plates, Vagabond is ideal for a pre-dinner appetiser or a post-dinner wine-down.
If you want to catch the game with your colleagues, Greenwood is a sports bar with plenty of character. Make sure to book ahead.
If you like options, you’re in the right place. There’s no shortage of different cuisines represented in Victoria. You’ll also find Nova Food and Market Hall located close to Victoria Station with outdoor seating and a choice of inventive restaurant brands – there really is something for every taste.
There’s no better way to celebrate than with the famous Aussie bottomless brunch in Nova. 100 minutes of smashed avocado, green shakshuka, free-flowing prosecco and mimosas.
A must for brunch, lunch and dinner with delicious classics in an airy, bright space.
Let the delicious variety of high-quality tapas dishes whisk you away on an inspirational journey of authentic flavours, spirit and style of contemporary Spain.
Be transported to another time at the Ivy Victoria, with its botanical prints, onyx bars and big monochrome pieces, we haven’t even got to how exceptional the food is.
M restaurant is an award-winning steak restaurant, located on bustling Victoria Street. The impressive and super luxe venue offers an interactive wine tasking room, wine store, cocktail bar, alfresco terrace, private dining room and exclusive member’s lounge.
There are a host of gyms and cutting-edge fitness studios in Victoria which make it fun to stay fit and healthy.
If you’re into spinning, give 1 Rebel a go. Trainer curated playlists, bassy soundsystems and a nightclub-esque lightshow make this a work-out experience to remember.
Get ready to feel the burn – Barry's high-intensity interval training will push you to your limits.
An urban gym with a results-based training regime, this club offers signature classes and training programmes that are not only challenging and dynamic but realistic and achievable.
If you’d prefer a workout space that takes itself a little bit less seriously, Frame might be right up your street.
Surrounded by the Royal Palaces and Parks, Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament, Victoria is a short walk from London’s biggest tourist attractions. Step away from the hot-spots, and you’ll realise Victoria boasts its own iconic landmarks.
The architecture alone is reason enough to visit Westminster Cathedral, but a trip up the tower raises this sightseeing trip to another level. 64 meters to be precise. The panoramic views from the top will impress tourists and Londoners alike.
If you have an afternoon or an evening to spare, don’t miss a show at the famous Victoria Palace Theatre. The recently refurbished theatre is home to the award-winning Broadway musical Hamilton.
This boutique cinema not only offers the latest releases, but also hosts cultural events and Q&As. Doors open 30 minutes before the first screening of the day making this the ideal spot to unwind after work, with a drink in the comfortable lounge bar.
Discovering, developing and reimagining musical theatre is at the heart of what The Other Palace is about. Plus there’s The Other Naught Piglet restaurant on the 1st floor, offering seasonal creative small plates and an extensive wine menu.
All of the things which make Victoria a great place to visit make it an even better place to work. Particularly for businesses looking for flexible, customisable office space.
Located next to Westminster Cathedral Piazza and across the road from Cardinal Place in Victoria, you’ll find Myo flexible offices. The design-led private office spaces are set within calm, high-end surroundings and encourage creativity and collaboration. Myo offers high levels of personalisation as well as hospitality-style service. If you’re interested in learning more or would like a tour of the space, please get in touch