Dress to impress and head to the Lampery restaurant and bar in central London. Great cocktails, superb cuisine and an atmosphere worth every penny.
Close to Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, you’re not far from the city’s main attractions. Not that you’ll need to worry about that as The Lampery is a London attraction in its own right!
Serving brunch, lunch, dinner and a wonderful afternoon tea, there is something for all tastes at the Lampery. The dinner menu currently features some divine main courses. The Lampery Pie with free-range chicken, tarragon, wild mushrooms and pea puree is a winner. Running it close is the double stack burger – two prime British beef patties with smoked bacon and cheddar and all the trimmings. Whatever you go for, this is one great London restaurant.
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