The first iteration of this buzzy food hall had the whole of London in a frenzy thanks to its spicy Nashville-style burgers and saucy momos. And the Battersea location—which takes up the whole top floor of the power station—has more of the same top food, in a more chilled, shopping centre food hall kind of way. Unlike the original Tottenham Court Road spot which is often heaving, you can usually stroll right into this one. It’s a seat yourself situation where the QR code replaces all interactions you would otherwise have with a server. The menu has favourites like gaeng massaman neua from Plaza Khao Gaeng and excellent smashburgers from Manna, as well as new dishes like prawn shia song from Bao. Cosy booths and long rows of seats make it the perfect place to bring a big group when no one has made a reservation.