What's in the Walkie Talkie building? From the Sky Garden to RSA, here's a storey-by-storey breakdown of every restaurant, bar and business in 20 Fenchurch Street

It may have been open less than a year, but from frying eggs to creating wind tunnels, 20 Fenchurch Street - better known as the Walkie Talkie - has already had its fair share of controversies.

But what's actually inside? And what does its Sky Garden (also controversial after its developers decided to make it ticketed, despite its "public" status being a condition of planning) actually look like?

From Darwin's Brasserie at the top, to reinsurance firm Sirius International on the fourth floor, here's every business, bar and restaurant taking up space in the building.

Feeling inspired? Here's how to book a ticket to the Sky Garden.

The Walkie Talkie's curved exterior make it a rare example of a building whose floorplates increase as they go up
This 51m wide terrace belongs to an office which was let earlier this month. Read more
The Sky Garden terrace offers views across the river
The "park in the sky" includes rare plants. Have a look inside here
Although its neighbour, the Cheesegrater, towers above the Walkie Talkie, its distinctive shape makes it easily recognisable
Landscape designer Gillespies created a garden dominated by drought resistant Meditteranean and South African species
The Sky Garden is billed as London's highest public garden
The Sky Garden offers 360-degree, uninterrupted views of the City of London
20 Fenchurch Street is one of a rash of skyscrapers springing up around London
Stability for the building is provided by the fins on either side

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