Formerly known as The Naked Turtle - the restaurant reknowned for its singing waitresses - The Lofty Turtle was launched in January 2012 as a classy new restaurant and bar for South-West London. Inspired by the feel of a New York loft, The Lofty Turtle promises great food, great drinks and sports and classic movies shown on a big screen. There's also a beer club every month, paying homage to the great beers of the world with complimentary food.
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Hilton London Syon Park London > Hotels > Luxury Chain Hotel from £58 41% off Syon Park, TW8 |
2 miles from The Lofty Turtle Seven miles from the city centre, London Syon Park brings a touch of contemporary luxury to London's urban countryside with 137 elegant rooms and suites, all ...More
Richmond Hill Hotel London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel from £56 21% off Richmond Hill, TW10 |
25 minutes from The Lofty Turtle Richmond Hill Hotel offers you the best of both worlds, a classic setting and a contemporary hotel. Steeped in history, character and charm the 17th Century ...More
The Victoria London > Restaurants > Gastropub 10 West Temple Sheen, SW14 |
4 minutes from The Lofty Turtle Paul Merrett, Michelin star chef and presenter of BBC 2's 'Ever Wondered About Food' and author of 'Using the Plot Tales of an Allotment Chef' owns ...More
Ship, Mortlake London > Nightlife > Pubs 10 Thames Bank, SW14 |
11 minutes from The Lofty Turtle Built in 1781, the Ship is without doubt most famous for its location on the finishing line of the Oxford Cambridge Boat Race. Located on the ...More
White Hart, Barnes London > Nightlife > Pubs The Terrace, Riverside, Barnes, SW13 |
19 minutes from The Lofty Turtle Having been originally built in 1660 and then rebuilt in 1899 the White Hart in Barnes stands as a goliath of Tudor grandeur with the stunning ...More