We visited the Tate Modern today to see the Roy Lichtenstein Retrospective and decided to top off the experience with afternoon tea in the restaurant on the 6th floor. We hadnt booked and as its was a bank holiday we werent expecting to get a table straight away but we were immediatly guided to a fabulous table for two, right by the window overlooking the Thames ! The views were spectacular !! As for the food, there was a huge selection of teas to choose from and the sandwiches and tiered cake stand provided good quality, tasty and well presented offerings that any smart deli or patisserie would be proud of. The venue, as you would expect was modern but not pretentious with a causal, easy going ambience and attentive staff. We'll certainly return for another self-indulgent treat when we're in London again. Its worth going for the magnificent views alone - who needs the London Eye when you get tea, sandwiches and cakes thrown in too !
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