A cheap quick lunch in the Knightsbridge area is somewhat of an oxymoron. As such, stumbling across the National Geographic cafe was a welcomed surprise.
For less than a tenner you can get a decent sized baguette and a coffee – not bad considering the geographical backdrop.
The particular appeal to me was the quirky nature of the cafe. In London it is easy to become absorbed with the plethora of restaurant chains; eating a Parma ham and olive spread baguette whilst watching the National Geographic channel on a giant screen is way more fun.
I imagine this place would be particularly good if you were with a young family. Just be sure the kids avoid the adorable £200+ giant cuddly penguin on the way out.
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