With 9 top restaurants occupying this historic 3,000 square-meter former banking hall building, it can be difficult knowing where to begin when it comes to a good feed. French, Asian, English, American… You can find an entire world of international cuisines at The Ned. Lucky for you, we have a list of The Ned’s top five restaurants to get you started.

The Nickel Bar

It’s all about the drinks at The Nickel Bar. End your day with a classic cocktail, while you enjoy the sound of live jazz playing from The Nickel stage. Or if it’s a Monday, groove to upcoming acts at their New Music Mondays night. And if you get hungry, not to worry! You can choose from a variety of American dishes that’ll keep you satisfied.


Café Sou

In the mood for some Parisian? Café Sou is the place to be. Whether you come for breakfast, lunch or an evening charcuterie board, Café Sou’s got you. Pop in for a coffee or stay for a glass of French wine and don’t forget to grab a bit a classic baguette or sweet patisserie.



For the health-conscious that don’t want to skimp on flavour, Kaia is your best choice. Open for lunch and dinner, this Asian-pacific-inspired restaurant serves an array of colourful dishes that will only want to make you come back for more. Enjoy a poke bowl with a tropical cocktail or if you’re in a hurry, grab a takeaway coffee and a delicious breakfast bite.


Zobler’s Delicatessen

Who doesn’t love a good bagel? This traditional New York-style deli has all the classic go-to meals like the Reuben sandwich, the chicken matzo-ball soup, and of course, the classic New York cheesecake. You’ll almost feel like you’re in the Big Apple, itself!


Millie’s Lounge

Last but certainly not least is Millie’s Lounge. The Ned wouldn’t be complete without a British restaurant and bar. Serving all the classic dishes Brits know and love, alongside the best English sparkling wines and craft ales, Millie’s is a favourite in the City of London. And if you want the ultimate London experience, book a traditional afternoon tea.