The Level 9 Restaurant is Tate Modern’s upscale dining option. Situated in a contemporary space, the menu features modern European cuisine with an emphasis on UK ingredients.
Dining choices change seasonally and the menu is flexible, allowing diners to choose from a quick bite to a three-course meal.
This restaurant is known for its award-winning wine list. The bar overlooks St. Paul’s cathedral and welcomes visitors who want to stop in for a drink or coffee. Reservations are suggested and can be made online.
This restaurant is situated inside a converted tea factory. Its minimal decor shouldn’t doesn’t mean that you’re going to be dissatisfied by the offerings of head chef James Lowe and his team.
Lyle’s restaurant specializes in modern British food that changes each day. Expect to have a food experience, not simply a meal. Daily menu is available online. Reservations recommended.
This cafe-restaurant is located on Piccadilly, West London. It’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
Visitors to the Wolseley can also make a reservation for afternoon tea that includes a selection of sandwiches, scones with homemade jam and clotted cream, and other tasty treats.
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