Rhubarb to operate all-day restaurant at transformed Centre Point

Restaurant operator and event caterer, Rhubarb will be operating an all-day restaurant at London's iconic Centre Point in the latter part of next year.

The Grade II-listed tower, which is in the midst of a major transformation, is set to include 82 residential apartments, 45,000 sq ft of retail and restaurant space and a new public square.

Rhubarb’s eatery will be situated on the the main floor of Centre Point's bridge link - a walkway that connects Centre Point tower to Centre Point House - and will overlook the new square and Oxford Street.

Kathrin Hersel, Property Director of Almacantar, commented, “Rhubarb’s focus on creativity and exceptional quality perfectly complements our rejuvenation of Centre Point. When Centre Point opens next year, it will be Central London’s finest destination.”

PB Jacobse, Managing Director at Rhubarb, commented, “We are delighted to be developing another distinctive new food and drink concept in what is one of the London’s most iconic buildings. Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street in the City trades beyond expectations and Centre Point provides us with another opportunity to create an engaging and innovative concept, this time in the West End.

'Opening our new restaurant at Centre Point will further strengthen the rhubarb operation which includes outlets in some of London’s most important visitor attractions and high volume sites including the Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street, Royal Albert Hall, Saatchi Gallery, Heathrow T3 and T5, London City Airport, Royal Ascot Racecourse and most recently, Goodwood Estate.'

Centre Point lies on the junction of Tottenham Court Road and New Oxford Street, and is owned by property group Almacantar.

Developed by property tycoon Harry Hyams in 1966, Centre Point has been a focal point for London since. The Richard Seifert–designed landmark can be seen from all corners of the capital and is one of the capital’s original skyscrapers.