More about The Cellarium Café & Terrace
The Cellarium Café & Terrace is housed within a 14th-century cellar store in Westminster Abbey, in which Benedictine monks used to keep their food and wine. History-steeped arches and a neat outdoor terrace provide the setting for contemporary British cuisine and a proud selection of wines.
Food at this Westminster café comes from popular deli chain Benugo, and includes light yet nourishing mains, like fillet of cod with puy lentils and pepper vinaigrette, and a Cornish lamb casserole with carrots, swede and potatoes. Gourmet sandwiches and eclectic salads are tasty and nutritious options, while visitors can indulge with rich double chocolate fudge cake.
Afternoon tea at The Cellarium in London is a relaxing pause for Westminster Abbey visitors, combining homemade scones, finger sandwiches and cakes with a comforting pot of loose-leaf tea. Breakfast is an invigorating selection of British and continental options, with black pudding and sourdough toast featuring in the trademark Cellarium full English.
The Cellarium Café and Terrace mixes sleek contemporary design with the charming, ancient elements of Westminster Abbey. It is a 7-minute walk from Westminster Tube Station.