Food & Art: eating in the museums of London lifestyle
The Jetcost website highlights London as one of the 35 top cities in the world in terms of museum offers.
Leisure and cultural interest plans which are complemented by a good restaurant where people can enjoy something nice to eat.
The Victoria & Albert Museum Café is the oldest restaurant-museum in the world and becomes in itself, a work of art more linked to the entire cultural offer provided by the centre. Designed by James Gamble, William Morris and Edward Poynter; their atmospheres reflect the eclectic opulence of the Victorian era. A restaurant where you can try out a wide range of hot and cold dishes, beers and wines and a selection of different types of tea. The restaurant also includes a year-round outdoor area: the Garden Café.
A contemporary architectural space which serves modern British food with international influences. Its offer includes: three-course menus and single plates of food. All of this by the chef, Jon Atashroo, with the very best in seasonal ingredients.
A little place for delighting the palate in the Royal Academy of Arts building in Mayfair. A private Club during the day and after four in the afternoon, it open to the public. This restaurant stands out because of its design and its ambitious food and cocktail menu. Its garden, designed by the landscape architect Tom Stuart-Smith, offers the chance to be outdoors to enjoy some fresh air.
On the second floor of the Barbican Centre, there is the Italian restaurant, Osteria. A piece of Italy in a building with a brutalist architecture which offers amazing views of the Barbican Lakeside and its fountains. In Osteria, it is possible to enjoy all the classic Italian specialties, namely: burrata, basilico, salami or carpaccio.