The food at The National Dining Rooms befits a restaurant that overlooks Trafalgar Square – it is proudly and resolutely British. Our mission is simple: to seek out, celebrate and transform the finest British regional produce into exquisite modern dishes that represent the best of Britain’s abundant food treasures.
This is the perfect place for an indulgent and unhurried lunch. For brunch or a snack, our cosy café area is the place to grab a Peyton & Byrne tea or coffee and a freshly-made British cake or homemade pie. For a more leisurely treat, drop by from 3pm for our famous National Afternoon Tea, a lavish spread of sandwiches, scones and cakes served with tea or champagne.
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- Booking Facilities
- Group bookings accepted
- Catering Facilities
- Event catering
- Set price menu
- Event Facilities
- Event facilities
- General Facilities
- Good views
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
I could not have been more pleased with our service and our meal. I made reservations- we were a party of 7- turns out they weren't that busy on a Monday, but one never knows. I'm glad I had the reservation. My students and I were seeing London- and had eaten breakfast in The Crypt, seen Trafalgar, trotted through the National Gallery, and were hungry. We had a delightful lunch. I had the...more
My husband and I literally spent the best part of a day in the National Gallery, and stopped in to the National Dining Room for lunch so as to avoid Art Overload.
We were lucky to score a table at the window that overlooks Trafalgar Square. Wow! What a great spot to watch the world go by!
We both ordered the lunch special - A grilled Wiltshire ham and cheddar sandwich with English mustard...more
Pretty much what everyone else said. A big letdown. Ambiance is a bit dated and didnt look very fresh or inviting. Lighting sucked and there werent very good views.
Went here for tea which is 17.50/person and gets you a few small sandwiches and mediocre food. They also add a 12.5% tip automatically which is garbage considering the god awful service we received. Ended up being 80 pounds for 4...more
Very nice flat white and a great view over Trafalgar Square. We didn't eat but the food that went past our table looked lovely. Much quieter than many of the busy cafes and restaurants in this part of town. Check it out.more
This place had been on my list of places to try. What a big fat flop. Ok, it wasn't the worst thing in the world. But when I order afternoon tea I want to see TIERS!!! Yes, there was 5 of us, but serving afternoon tea on plates laid between the five of us should be a crime.
The sandwiches were meh (doesn't even deserve a real word to describe it, just a sound), the scones were cold and a tad...more