Fabulous views of Greenwich Royal Park are a given at this café and terrace spread over two floors of the National Maritime Museum. Pick your table and order at the counter from a menu that highlights dishes from ‘land and sea’: the former might include burgers, pork schnitzel and pulled chicken ‘gyros’ with pomegranate sauce and tzatziki, while the latter could feature Meantime beer-battered cod and chips, fishcakes or pan-fried sea bass with green beans, fennel, edamame and orange sauce. Kids have their own menu, gluten-free options abound, and they serve Sunday roasts during the autumn and winter. Afternoon tea is another treat, especially if you enjoy gazing over the park’s regal vistas. Also try the Great Map Café on the first floor of the Museum.