Who doesn’t enjoy a beautiful painting or master art over a scrumptious snack at a London’s hotspot cafe? If you love art and has a conventional eye for paintings then art cafes would completely intrigue your senses. If you are going for a professional meet or a personal date these cafes add to your experience. In London, many of the best Galleries and Museums have top cafes attached to them. Let’s take a look at some of these top art cafes which you can visit if you are a tourist. You can also make use of some of the best private tours that takes you to visit such cafes. For example Tate modern tours is a private tour that takes you around London city.
Camden Arts Centre Cafe
Camden Arts Centre’s Café serves healthy organic fresh food and drinks between 10.00am and 5.30pm daily, and until 9.00pm on Wednesdays, allowing you to dine indoors or outside in the garden. Go in for a coffee and cake, or visit them for lunch or enjoy a drink on a Wednesday night. They also provide takeaway for food and drinks.
Their dishes are focused on fresh vegetables and produce. Vivid salads and soups are available alongside cakes, pastries, coffee, beer and wine.
Arts Bar & Cafe
The Arts Bar and Café gives a zesty and cultural setting on the edge of the City and east London for eating, drinking, meetings, socializing, networking and showcasing art. From 11.30am-4pm, the café serves a selection of freshly made salads and sandwiches. They serve hot and cold drinks, juices, smoothies, pastries, snacks, independent beers and ales, and European wines
Vintage Art Deco workers’ cafe offers the full English breakfast and Italian classics since 1900. Portions are generous and although the food’s nothing special like fry-ups, pastas, or sandwiches, the warm welcome and the banter from the happy staff and ragtag collection of local characters crammed around packed tables make it worth a visit.
Red Art Cafe Bar London
It’s not easy finding Turkish breakfasts in London, but Red Art opens early and offers several versions of menemen, a hearty dish of scrambled eggs, tomatoes and green peppers, like the North African shakshouka. The sucuk (sausages) version comes in a large silver pan with a basket of bread – it’s a fantastic breakfast and good value at around £4.50.