Situated inside Wellington House on Buckingham Gate in Westminster, a short walk from Buckingham Palace, The Royal Quarter Cafe is the perfect place for fuelling up after a stop of sightseeing, while beating the crowds and avoiding the usual tourist traps. Indulge in an eclectic menu of seasonal dishes with global influences, timeless British classics, homemade sandwiches and all-day breakfast options. To guarantee a table, making a booking at The Royal Quarter Cafe ahead of time is advised!
With floor to ceiling windows, trendy minimalist furniture and industrial-chic details, this light and airy cafe provides a welcome retreat away from the chaos of central London. Whether its for a quick caffeine fix, a lunch date with friends, to cosy up with a book or laptop or for a feast after spending the day exploring the numerous nearby sights and attractions, The Royal Quarter Cafe is the ideal place. From hearty homemade sandwiches like the henson salt beef and the poached salmon, to hot buns fresh out the oven like the full monty omelette (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms and Cumberland sausage on a toasted sesame bun) and an array of wraps, The Royal Quarter Cafe the perfect place to grab a quick snack in Westminster.
Other delicious choices include bowl of soul soothing homemade soup, small sharing plates and light main courses like the linguine with smoked salmon, goats cheese and spinach quiche and smoked chicken salad. Sweet tooths will me more than satisfied with the range of home baked cakes and desserts on offer at The Royal Quarter Cafe, the perfect accompaniment to your cup of tea, coffee, freshly-squeezed fruit juice or smoothie. Situated on Buckingham Gate, a short walk from Buckingham Palace and close to St James Park underground station, The Royal Quarter Cafe’s Westminster location couldn’t be more convenient for breakfast, brunch or lunch on a day spent sightseeing or hitting up the shops. To snag the perfect table, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
The food was excellent as was the service, very popular. The cafe was clean and nicely furnished. We came for breakfast and could have stayed for lunch as well.
This place used to have a good menu for lunch time but is now less varied and we had some rather uninteresting sandwiches. Maybe some of the other food is OK but it's a shame they've moved to a more limited menu.