Housed in the beautiful Wallace Collection Gallery, The Wallace Restaurant is flooded in natural light from its glass ceiling. The all-day food menu presents creative takes on classic European dishes, whilst afternoon tea features a delicious range of sandwiches, cakes and scones. With sculptures and trees throughout the restaurant, The Wallace is a unique setting serving exciting food.
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The Wallace Restaurant
The Wallace Collection
Hertford House, Manchester SquareLondonW1U 3BN
- +44 (0)20 7563 9505
- Public transport:
- Bond Street, Underground
One of my favorite treats is to enjoy a day looking at beautiful art and have a great lunch when I need a break in the action. The Wallace provides top-tier experiences in both categories!
Entrance to the Wallace Collection is free. Simply walk around either side of the grand staircase, through the beautiful room of French paintings to the interior glass-covered courtyard, where you can enjoy...more
If you're looking for that perfect afternoon tea experience, then don't come here.
If you're looking for an average food experience, with not expensive prices, in a beautiful setting, and you're not after the very best of service, then this place might be for you.
If you're new to the afternoon tea experience, this this might be a good start.
The museum is free, so I suppose that's a bit of...more
Great for afternoon tea, and very affordable! The service was good and the scone was fresh. After wandering the Wallace, this is a good way to cool down or kill time.more
The restaurant is situated in the picturesque inner courtyard of the Wallace collection, and is exactly the place to go for tea. The covered courtyard makes for a pleasant airy feel rain or shine, and the fare doesn't disappoint.
The tea as you might expect is really just an excuse for the decadence of the food. The finger sandwiches are nice, the scones take it up a level, and the...more
I've been to the Wallace Collection a number of different times when I used to live in the heart of the city. It's a beautiful building with a great history and an amazing set of artefacts. I've never been to the restaurant prior until a friend of mine who was visiting London suggested we go there. What a mistake.
The service was literally abysmal (as one Yelper had already put it). We...more