The 10 best places to dine in art galleries and museums
Now the museum/art gallery dining room is as exciting as the post exhibition shop
Bonhams isn’t exactly a gallery – it is one of the world’s oldest fine art and antiques auctioneers. Unsurprisingly, their Michelin star restaurant, decorated with food heavy paintings, is top echelon .
Appropriately head chef Tom Kemble studied history of art before taking to the kitchen. His impressive CV includes Redone and Faviken.
Open daily for lunch, the restaurant offers a refined set menu (3 courses £50) and also opens on Friday evenings for the seven-course tasting menu (£70) favourites include the Cornish turbot with ratte potatoes, lardo and bouillabaisse.
The head of Bonham's wine sales, Richard Harvey MW, oversees the wine list, which includes gems like Chateau Lynch Barge and for mere mortals a dozen or more wines by the glass.
Price: £140.00 for two with wine