The Great Court Restaurant, located under the acclaimed Foster and Partners glass roof in the Great Court, offers a choice of dishes from around the world. Enjoy light lunches, meals and small plates such as charcuterie and cheeses, with a comprehensive range of wines and spirits at the heart of one of the world's greatest museums. Open 12:00-17:30.
Among the other places to eat in the British Museum, the Gallery Café offers a range of light hot and cold meals (including vegetarian options), morning coffee and afternoon tea. Exhibition themed menus are available. Finally, the Court Café offers hot and cold drinks, freshly made sandwiches, cakes and light meals.
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Venue Details & Map
Great Court Restaurant
The British Museum
Great Russell StreetLondonWC1B 3DG
- +44 (0)20 7323 8990
- Catering Facilities
- Set price menu
- Children Facilities
- Childrens menu
Afternoon tea via a Groupon voucher deal. Tea for 2 with Posseco £34 instead of £50.
The reastaurant is on the top floor and what a fab climb up the staircase to the beautiful glass ceiling. Large open area with oval tables, Central bar and great ambience and atmosphere.
Just as well the museum is so fantastic that you never forget the many treasures to be seen as this afternoon tea is...more
The Great Court Restaurant at the British Museum looked like the perfect place for an early dinner. Once you're done with the Egyptian wing, the space is inviting and the menu displayed looked amazing. I ordered the grilled steak (with pink peppercorn dressing) and french fries. The steak had this undesirable "gamey" texture. I couldn't really finish it. Shame, I really wanted to like it. The...more
I came here with a big group of about 20 so kudos to them for being able to accommodate such a large group (even though we did reserve in advance). The ambiance and space of this restaurant is absolutely beautiful and it is very bright.
Unfortunately this is my least favorite tearoom in London. The scones were slightly disappointing and not as crumbly and delicious as other tea spots. The...more
Cream tea for £8.50 pp. Nice ambiance & clean restrooms -- huge bonus in this overcrowded museum.
The scones that came with the tea were lovely - buttery, creamy and really scrumptious. Definitely well worth the price. Great spot to take a breather on a busy museum day.more
I went here for afternoon tea, and the food did not live up to the expectations or the pictures that are posted here. At least it was on the cheaper side and the atmosphere is great - tall ceilings of the museum but you don't hear the noise of tourists. I thought it was very nice from the ambiance side.
Service was slow as well, we had to work to attract the attention of waiters, but that...more