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Portrait Restaurant, London

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The View: On
the third floor of the National Portrait Gallery’s Ondaatje Wing, this
restaurant faces Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square. The Houses of Parliament,
Big Ben, and the London Eye complete the postcard-perfect panorama.

The Food: Scotch beef carpaccio and truffle cheese are
typical of Swedish-born chef Katarina Todosijevic’s modern British
concept. For $25,
you’ll get the works: cheese and apricot chutney and poached salmon, dill and
caper sandwiches, a scone with clotted cream, lemon ginger biscuit, sponge
cake, and a pot of tea.

Tip: It’s lunch only, except for a two-hour window (5:30–7:30
pm
) for a pre-theater two-course ($24) or three-course ($30)
dinner on Thursdays and Fridays.

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Portrait Restaurant, London

The View: On
the third floor of the National Portrait Gallery’s Ondaatje Wing, this
restaurant faces Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square. The Houses of Parliament,
Big Ben, and the London Eye complete the postcard-perfect panorama.

The Food: Scotch beef carpaccio and truffle cheese are
typical of Swedish-born chef Katarina Todosijevic’s modern British
concept. For $25,
you’ll get the works: cheese and apricot chutney and poached salmon, dill and
caper sandwiches, a scone with clotted cream, lemon ginger biscuit, sponge
cake, and a pot of tea.

Tip: It’s lunch only, except for a two-hour window (5:30–7:30
pm
) for a pre-theater two-course ($24) or three-course ($30)
dinner on Thursdays and Fridays.

Courtesy of Portrait Restaurant

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