You may find yourself traipsing up and down London Wall before you realise that this Benugo-owned eatery is up on a walkway – but it’s well worth persevering. Located right by the entrance to the Museum of London, there’s a lot to like about this cool, contemporary spot (“great atmosphere”, says one satisfied customer). Starters are limited to charcuterie boards loaded with the likes of fennel salami, bresaola and coppa, but mains take in fish and chips, mac ‘n’ three-cheese bake, and a gussied-up burger involving rib of beef and bone marrow. After that, desserts such as chocolate fudge cake or apple crumble with clotted cream are suitably indulgent. There’s coffee and cake for post-museum snackers, as well as a first-class wine list and some premium spirits too. Staff are reckoned to be “very friendly”.
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