My wife and I went to see the Charles I exhibition - wonderful. We then made the mistake of going into the restaurant for tea. We paid £5 for an indifferent lemon drizzle muffin, £4.50 for an ordinary piece of treacle tart, £3.10 for a pot of English Breakfast tea and £2.90 for an Americano. This is just exploitation of a (fairly captive) audience. There are a couple of nice restaurants in Piccadilly between the Royal Academy and Green Park tube station with a better and cheaper selection of cakes ( and table service). We shall be patronising them in the future and I advise any other visitors to do likewise.
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