This museum really is a big huge museum contained in two small museums in two locations. The collections are noteworthy by anyone's standards, the exhibitions are well curated, usually cutting edge and quite thought provoking. The cafe is great space, lovely atmosphere, but for a museum of this caliber you would expect something more. It would be great of there were some real chef-ing happening in that kitchen. As it is the sandwiches and paninis are great, I just wish it used it's magnificent setting to produce an interesting cafe menu..
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