City Matters has teamed up with Northbank Restaurant & Bar to give readers a chance to win a fabulous seven-course meal and live jazz evening for two.
Located next to the millennium Bridge, with spectacular views across the river to Tate Modern and the Globe theatre, Northbank has served City workers the best of modern British cuisine since 2007.
Head chef John Harrison’s menu showcases seasonal ingredients, with the best of the UK’s fish, meat and game being used to create delicious dishes ranging from classic British to those with an international twist.
With unbeatable views of the South Bank, Northbank is an ideal location for corporate events and private parties, with a semi-private dining from that seats 20 and the restaurant, bar and terrace spaces available for private hire for up to 250 people.
To be in with a chance of winning a dining and music experience worth over £130, simply tell us which iconic theatre is across the river opposite Northbank.
The prize includes a seven-course spring tasting menu with wine pairing and music from jazz trio guitarist Terry Smith, Bob Stuckey on organ and Derek Gayle on drums.
The event is being held on Thursday 28 March and the prize offered is only available on this night.
Answers to the question, along with your full name and contact details, should be sent to [email protected]citymatters.london by 24 March 2019.
Entries will be drawn at random and all decisions are final. Entrants must be over the age of 18. Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash value.
Winners will be notified by email. To book a table for this event, visit www.northbankrestaurant.com, email in[email protected] or call 020 7329 9299.