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St. Paul’s Cathedral, St Paul's Churchyard, London, England EC4M 8AD, United Kingdom

A surprisingly light space within the cavernous crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, this highly acclaimed restaurant is easily one of the most quintessentially British places to enjoy lunch or traditional afternoon tea. Unlike the cathedral's bustling nearby cafe, the restaurant evokes a quiet elegance with calming cream and sage decor, soaring vaulted ceilings and heavy oak tables set with mismatched antique cutlery. The New British menu emphasizes fresh local ingredients and may include comforting squash and goat cheese ravioli, succulent pork belly with truffle black olive mash and a gingerbread ice cream sandwich sweetened with honey from Regents Park bees.

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Restaurant at St. Paul’s

A surprisingly light space within the cavernous crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, this highly acclaimed restaurant is easily one of the most quintessentially British places to enjoy lunch or traditional afternoon tea. Unlike the cathedral's bustling nearby cafe, the restaurant evokes a quiet elegance with calming cream and sage decor, soaring vaulted ceilings and heavy oak tables set with mismatched antique cutlery. The New British menu emphasizes fresh local ingredients and may include comforting squash and goat cheese ravioli, succulent pork belly with truffle black olive mash and a gingerbread ice cream sandwich sweetened with honey from Regents Park bees.