This was pretty much a spur of the moment trip to the museum which had to be finished off with coffee and cake. The museum is free to go to and the cafe is positioned neatly on the ground floor so if you don’t want to see the museum then you don’t have to although the current exhibition relating to the bridges of London is rather cool, ends at some point in November I think.
I had a decaf latte and a slice of chocolate cake, Kerry had an Americano and no cake as she had some fruit and oat biscuits we’d got earlier from Costa in her bag so secretly ate those instead.The total was £9.15, which seemed reasonable enough to us.
My coffee was lovely, so smooth and it went down far too quickly! Kerry thought her Americano was really nice too. The cake was excellent, soft and fresh, not too much butter cream or frosting, well balanced. And a perfect size, and bigger would be too much.
The place itself has a good selection of comfy chairs and a relaxed feel, would be cool to sit and enjoy drinks with papers, although with it being a museum I’m not sure they would be too impressed with that. With it being so close to Canary Wharf we will be visiting again, especially now that we have yet another loyalty card to fill up for a free drink.