In the heart of St James’s Park, this relaxed restaurant serves seasonal dishes using British produce. Take some time out from your stroll for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea, when you’ll find hearty British classics such as sticky toffee pudding, scones and a full English breakfast.
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Inn the Park
St James's Park
off Horseguards RoadLondonSW1A 2BJ
- +44 (0)20 7451 9999
This is a charming place to stop for lunch if you're visiting the sites in Westminster. We stopped here after visiting the Churchill War Rooms and enjoyed fish and chips with outdoor seating. The food was good, and the atmosphere better.more
We were BEYOND tired after the British Museum AND the Churchill War Rooms tour (close to this restaurant) and were just looking eat a little something and rest. It took a while to navigate the cafeteria style line (more because of other indecisive tourists, myself included) but I'm so glad we did. The food was much better than it looked at first and the Vegan lentil pie was so amazingly spiced...more
Wonderful afternoon tea and exceptional service! We arrived late for our reservation and they were out of scones for afternoon tea. We agreed to stay anyway. Soon after, we were told they were making us scones if we could wait 25 minutes. We agreed and were served coffee on the house while we waited. It was a delightful way to end our stay in London. The scones were my favorite part of...more
After a day of walking around in London in rainy weather this was the first place we found to eat. Bright eyed and starving we were excited to try something new! BIG MISTAKE!! The customer service was horrible I felt looked down upon and discriminates against possibly for being America?. They also had a lack of lunch time options. However they priced everything like they were...more
This place doesn't have stellar food, but the location is magical. Straight across from it you can see Whitehall and the Millennium Eye. They also have a nice, quiet rooftop from where you can sit and watch the world go by.
The process is pretty simple. You can sit and ask for table service or you can opt for self service. We went in twice for drinks and opted for the latter. You pick a tray,...more