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Geffrye Museum Cafe

Haggerston

The gently nostalgic Geffrye Museum is not one of London’s best known, and its café is tucked away at the back of the orderly eighteenth-century almshouses that accommodate the displays of historical English interiors. It’s in a glass-walled, modern pavilion that projects into the pretty gardens and looks out over the Hoxton Overground station. Food is largely of the usual museum café variety – soup, sandwiches, salads and a few mains with a few daily specials. Prices are reasonable, and there is a heavy emphasis on buying British produce, right down to the all-English beer and wine selections. 

Venue name: Geffrye Museum Cafe
Contact:
Address: Geffrye Museum
Kingsland Rd
London
E2 8EA
Opening hours: Open 10am-5pm Tue-Sat, noon-5pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Liverpool Street tube/rail then 149, 242 bus or Old Street tube/rail then 243 bus
Price: Meal for two: around £20
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