In Pictures: London's new Sky Garden

New pictures have been released showing the interior of the much-anticipated Sky Garden on top of 20 Fenchurch Street in London.

Fenchurch Seafood Bar & Grill
Fenchurch Seafood Bar & Grill

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The rooftop dining destination is due to open to the public in January and will be operated by event caterer Rhubarb.

Originally scheduled to open in the summer, the venue will occupy the top three floors of the 20 Fenchurch Street building, also known as the Walkie Talkie.

It will incorporate a landscaped garden, bar, viewing area, two restaurants and café and will boast a private dining room and three event spaces with a total capacity for 540 people including staff.

The pictures give a glimpse inside the Fenchurch Seafood Bar & Grill restaurant on Level 37 and the Darwin Brasserie on Level 36.

The garden has been installed by the same team behind the Olympic Park’s green spaces with the help of experts from Kew Gardens and, once open, will become the highest rooftop garden in the capital.

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