More about National Portrait Restaurant
Boasting a stunning 92-foot high location at the top of the National Portrait Gallery, the National Portrait Restaurant delivers modern European cuisine. Simple yet elegant presentation mirrors the beauty of the National Portrait Gallery beneath, and the panoramic London vista outside.
The National Portrait Restaurant menu is a refined selection of seasonal options, made with the finest ingredients from local suppliers. A la carte options feature bream with celeriac purée, braised fennel, lemon and saffron sauce, and a milk chocolate mousse with salted caramel, while the set menu is graced by pork knuckle terrine with spiced pickle radishes, and a roast cod loin with pancetta, wild mushrooms and merlot sauce.
Afternoon tea is a colourful menagerie of inventive creations from world-renowned pastry chef, Claire Clark MBE. Raspberry and rose éclair, salt beef brioche and homemade bounty bar can be enjoyed with hand-roasted coffee or Tregothan loose leaf teas. An extensive selection of New World and French wines can be enjoyed whilst taking in the breath-taking London skyline.
Like all food offerings, the drinks selection at the National Portrait Restaurant in London is sourced from local suppliers. The National Portrait Gallery is a 3-minute walk from Leicester Square Station.