The Wallace Restaurant ★☆☆
A lovely courtyard garden spot for lunch or afternoon tea amid the 18th century splendors of the Wallace Collection museum
The 18C setting of the Wallace Collection museum is also a lovely place to indulge in afternoon tea.
The enclosed courtyard is bright and airy, and the kitchen run by Peyton and Byrnes.
They do a fine breakfast, and offer Mediterranan, European, and innovative British main at lunch and dinner, but the Wallace is best known for their reasonably priced afternoon tea.
Service is friendly, but can be a bit slow.
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