The Royal Academy restaurant is run by Oliver Peyton and serves seasonal British food and afternoon teas. The interior was designed by Tom Dixon and features artworks from the Royal Academy collection.
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Royal Academy Restaurant
50 - 52 PiccadillyLondonW1J 0BD
- +44 20 7300 8000
Top 5 reviews of Royal Academy Restaurant
A good thing with doing contract work is that you have some downtime now and then. So what to do? Well, go to the restaurant at RAA of course.
Arriving around 12.30 on a Thursday I saw several people being turned away since it was completely booked out. Luckily you can ask for a table by the bar as they are not very popular if you show up without a booking.
The interior is really nice... more
I went a couple of weeks ago with my beloved and I was really impressed. The decor, the staff and the food were all spot on.
I found the menu diverse yet generous. I had some ravioli to start with with some black truffle and pecorino and it was nicely littered with black truffle, instead of the meager sliver of truffle that I have become accustomed to. Nevertheless this was an exception. I... more
For a number of years we have been Friends of the Royal Academy of Art. We have made a habit of seeing the new exhibitions on a Friday as there is late closing and finishing with dinner downstairs in the restaurant.
We would also prior to visiting the exhibition go to the Friends lounge and have a pot of tea.
Last month we saw the British Sculpture exhibition and as usual went for our pot of... more
Un musée d'exposition qui se renouvelle tout le temps
Un musée où l'on découvre tout le temps de jeunes talents rebelles exposant leurs oeuvres. C'est pas mal comme projet mais tout dépend l'exposition et l'artiste. more
Le grand palais londonien
La Royal Academy of Arts est le lieu des plus prestigieuses expositions britanniques, outre la traditionnelle et fort pittoresque Summer Exhibition, rassemblement hétéroclite d'artistes actuels... Les thèmes d'expositions sont très variables, artistes de toutes époques (Rodin par exemple fin 06), civilisations disparues (les bronzes de l'Inde du Sud fin 06), et les... more