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Time Out says
Posted: Mon Nov 28 2011
Located at the base of the National Maritime Museum’s new Sammy Ofer Wing, the sun terrace of the recently opened Museum Café is a pleasant place to relax, but the views of the park are just as good from the seats inside.
The kitchen is shared with another newcomer (the 16’’ West Brasserie upstairs), so take note of the strict 11.30am deadline for the short breakfast and brunch menu, which includes the likes of porridge and eggs benedict.
Aside from the sandwiches and baguettes, food is on the expensive side, with brunch items rising to as much as a stonking £8.25 (for a full english); a meagre portion of poached salmon was £3.75. The cakes that we sampled were dry and uninspiring, but drinks – including Union hand-roasted coffee and an excellent coconut, banana and pineapple juice – were a cut above.
National Maritime Museum
Museum Café Romney Road