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Blueprint Cafe
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Today 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:45 pm
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1st Floor, Design Museum 28 Shad Thames London SE1 2YD, United Kingdom
28 Shad ThamesGBLondonSE1 2YD
+44 20 7378 7031blueprintcafe.co.uk
£££Restaurant, British Restaurant
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Today 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:45 pm
Monday 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:45 pmTuesday 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:45 pmWednesday 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:45 pmThursday 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:45 pmFriday 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:45 pmSaturday 12:00 – 2:45 pm, 6:00 – 10:45 pmSunday 12:00 – 3:45 pm
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Market-led Modern European menu in a casual setting at the Design Museum, with Tower Bridge views.- Google
People talk about set menu, mark jarvis, sticky toffee pudding, st katharine docks and poached egg
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Haydon Lawrence
reviewed a week ago
I've visited the Blueprint café quite a few times over the last few years, and can definitely highly recommend the food, the service, the atmosphere, and the view. My personal favourite is their Onglet steak, which was a real eye-opener for me in terms of under-used cuts. The café is definitely not cheap, but it's by no means on the expensive end of London prices - I would say that you can probably expect to pay £30 per head, and I would definitely say that the food is worth the money.
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Claire Smith
reviewed 2 months ago
Awful, the worst dining experience we've had in years. From the start were treated shoddily. Given a table facing a wall without a view which we had requested when booking. It transpires that a lot of the window tables are held for walk in diners - which is ludicrous. After complaining we were moved to a better table nearer the window but the waitress took the hump and was grumpy for the rest of the evening. It got worse from there, they ran out of gin and inexplicably potatoes! My husband was told the potatoes were finished and so was offered a side order of chard instead. My sole I was told came with no veg so I ordered a side salad, when I enquired what lady's beard was the waiter couldnt tell me so I suggested it might be samphire - he said not. However when my dish arrived it was accompanied by samphire and potatoes which made the very limp side salad obsolete. The dish was bland and full of bones - basically inedible. Bread for the table comprised of three tiny pieces of stale bread and the olives were chewy and inedible. Despite all this we were charged a 12% service charge and no one enquired why I had left my main practically untouched. Everything about this restaurant reeks of meanness from the measures of drinks to the food cooked without any love. The staff were rude and useless. The decor is tired. The whole place looks like its on its last legs. A very disappointing evening.
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Amanda Ballard-Stuart
reviewed 12 months ago
Birthday celebration - it was a beautiful evening we watched the sun go down over London with the sunlight reflecting in the buildings across the Thames. Great spot sitting their on the edge of the Thames with London Bridge to to your left. Simple, elegant interior, good unobtrusive service and good food. Would recommend the venue - it was very comfortable and just what we wanted
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Kate Scott
reviewed a month ago
We had a table booked for 7.15 on a Saturday evening. Helen who looked after us when we arrived was very professional and friendly. The waiter was equally as good any question we asked he was able to answer. Had a lovely meal and evening. Thank you. Mary Scott
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Ana Harris
reviewed 6 months ago
Nothing to complain about - nothing to write home about. The location is a bit random and out of the way but nice views of the river. They have a set menu which is a pretty good deal and the pork belly I had was the highlight.
William Hanlon
reviewed 9 months ago
the food was excilent very seasonal produce and amazing flavour combinations the head chef really knows what he is doing and must have an amazing team behind him the restaurant has a beautiful view of l´tower bridge and the thames but is lacking envniroment on the inside with cutlery and place mats that look like there from my grandmas house