Six of us popped in for cake and coffee before visiting the museum. The coffee was good and the carrot cake was excellent - a huge slice of moist yummy-ness! The surroundings are stunningly beautiful.
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An interesting place, cafeteria style. Good sandwiches served with a variety of salads, hot options available. Drinks and wine also. Very good kids lunch box. Part in wonderful tiled rooms ? William Morris . Able to take food outside beside the 'lake' if you wish....More
Food is average but handy to eat here when visiting although it gets rammed on a Saturday. Surroundings are stunning. Wish they did gluten-free rolls/sandwiches.
Obviously if you're lucky and it's not too busy this is a beautiful setting as well, but we went on a very busy Saturday and we had the 'cheap seats' in one of the side rooms. But the food was great. Despite rather Byzantine serving...More
Lovely place for lunch. Beautiful setting and great selection Would definitely suggest that you eat here when you visit the museum.
Husband had braised beef and rice which he enjoyed. I had only room for a snack so went for the soup of the day. Unfortunately there were no gluten-free bread options available so that let it down. The server was very helpful and offered poppadom....More
We chanced on the V&A and the restaurant well worth a visit excellent choice wide variety for all needs and budgets. Excellent salad buffet would go again just for food.
We had lunch. lots of choice, hot cold, sarnis. we had hot - but by the time we had waited to buy drinks it was getting cold. cafeteria style. Parts of restaurant modern - get in the old Wm Morris part is you can, though...More
The food is OK, but eating it in the beautiful period décor rooms is the fun part. Do take a teapot and scone to enjoy them :)
lots of choice, and I'm neither a vegetarian or in a wheelchair, or with a buggy but its all good. There are several points to chose types of food from have a look through before committing yourself.