Oblix has attracted media attention globally. Below is a small selection of the press reviews and features that have been published.
Evening Standard - The Best Brunches In London: An Ultimate Guide
High-up and high-end in equal measure, the brunch at Oblix in the Shard is hard to beat for wow-factor so long as you're willing to splash £62 a head.
Squaremeal - London's Best Restaurants + Bars
'Sweeping views, swooning couples and sky-high prices' is one reader's verdict on Oblix, the glitzy 'event dining' restaurant and bar on the 32nd floor of the Shard.
The Finest And Most Exceedingly Posh Afternoon Teas In London
If you're somewhat of an afternoon-tea snob, we can only imagine that you're in search of something that is of the highest splendour.
Jamalouki Magazine - Oblix
How To Dine This Valentine's Day
When there's a dress code in place (jeans are ok so long as they're not ripped, smart sneakers only) you know it's going to be pretty fine dining.
Top 50 Restaurants in London
If a view is what you are looking for, you will do well to beat this one.
The Twelve Best Romantic Restaurants in London
In case this list hadn't yet made this obvious enough, an amazing view is the ultimate clincher if you want to really win at romance.
Afternoon Tea At Oblix
Discover a new perspective on winter's early sunsets from the 32nd floor of The Shard.
February Events 2017: Afternoon Tea At Oblix
Oblix London launches a new sky-high afternoon tea at The Shard, served with birds-eye views of London.
Sloan Magazine - Oblix Weekend Brunch
When Rainer Becker opened Oblix at The Shard, the restaurant on level 32 of the iconic London landmark joined a host of other big name chef dining destinations to locate themselves in the emerging foodie heaven of Bankside.
Sphere - Time for Tea, Oblix
Ideal for an indulgent treat, Oblix's new London afternoon tea uses ingredients sourced from all over the capital.
Hg2 - Oblix
Like all of the restaurants situated in London's looming Shard, if you wish to dine here you must first navigate the inevitable security checks, zealous attentions of the doormen-cum-bouncers, and dizzying speed of the lift as it whisks you up to the 32nd floor.
On In London - Afternoon Tea at the Oblix Review
The highlight of having Afternoon Tea for me is generally the cakes, however at The Oblix I have to say it was the stunning view of London (with us being up on the 32nd floor of The Shard).
Tatler - Afternoon Tea at Oblix
If you're an afternoon-tea connoisseur, we imagine you'll be looking for something of the HIGHEST splendour. And this, dear friends, is exactly what you'll get (quite literally) at Oblix.
The Handbook - Oblix Brunch Review: What We Tought
Divided into self-service and main courses, the brunch menu takes its
inspiration from the vast array of ingredients used in Oblix’s kitchen.
Woman & Home - Oblix Afternoon Tea
If you're looking for something a little extra when it comes to your afternoon tea, then Oblix's offering is perfect. Perched on the 32nd floor of The Shard this relaxed but refined restaurant now offers three tiers of treats for those partial to a few scones to tide them over between lunch and dinner.
SLOAN! Magazine - Oblix Weekend Brunch
When Rainer Becker opened Oblix at The Shard, the restaurant on Level 32 of the iconic London landmark joined a host of other big name chef dining destinations to locate themselves in the emerging foodie haven of Bankside.
Luxurious Magazine, 22nd November, Online Coverage
Simon Wittenberg combines exquisite gastronomy with stunning 360-degree views on the 32nd floor of The Shard.
On In London: Afternoon Tea at The Oblix Review
The Oblix has designed a menu using a blend of ingredients sourced from a mix of different boroughs in London, offering the very finest.
Level 32, The Shard, 31 St. Thomas Street, London SE1 9RY