The ‘tower’ in question is, of course, that much-visited landmark the Tower of London, & this sociable all-day eatery aims to feed & water camera-toting tourists, families & locals with some heroically British victuals. In a colourful, picture-book setting of bright walls hung with prints, maps & memorabilia, visitors can fill up on plates of fish & chips, liver & bacon, shepherd’s pie or ham & eggs – or keep it light & simple with cheese on toast, a ploughman’s or a club sandwich. Full breakfasts & afternoon tea are also good calls (try the ‘royal version’ with a glass of Jacques Cartier Brut), & the drinks list fulfils every requirement – from peppermint tea to Prosecco. Free Wi-Fi & a lovely quiet garden earn the place bonus points.
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