The Wallace / Gallery Mess / National Dining Rooms
A visit to an art gallery is food for the mind but can be an exhausting physical process so here are some suggestion on how to revive the body at some of the top venues in London.
Opened in 2006, Peyton and Byrne’s The Wallace Restaurant sits in one of London’s finest private art collections; The Wallace Collection. Located in vibrant and fashionable enclave Marylebone, an area well-known for its food shops, farmers’ market and delis, this restaurant forms an integral part of Marylebone life and the village’s culinary landscape.
Gallery Mess is located just off Kings Road in the heart of London’s most prestigious locale, Chelsea. With a stunning terrace, bar, restaurant and intimate private dining room, The Saatchi Gallery’s dining destination serves a delicious marriage of food and art, providing a convenient yet unique experience for ant celebration. Gallery Mess offers a beautifully presented traditional Afternoon Tea, which is served with warm scones, macaroons and delicate cakes priced at only £15.50pp, with a choice of a flute of bubbles for an additional £8.25 or a pot of Hendrick’s tea (wild berry, orange, gin) for an additional 20.00 for two people).
The National Dining Rooms at the National Gallery offer stunning views over Trafalgar Square whilst creating an escape from the busy city below. Chefs celebrate and transform the finest British regional produce into exquisite modern dishes that represent the best of Britain’s abundant food treasures.The National Dining Rooms offers decadent surroundings for a leisurely lunch, surrounded by the world’s most famous pieces of art, creating ideal surroundings to discuss your favourite pieces from the galleries below.