For an appetizer, a dinner or brunch in London must choose the right place, the one best suited to enhance our lasting memory and add value to our break. Here is a place that seems suitable features to boast: the Portrait Cafe Restaurant of Orange Street.
The restaurant is located within the roof terrace of the National Portrait Gallery, restored and arranged to allow visitors to enjoy a superb panorama of the city. The Portrait Restaurant dining so admired Nelson’s Column, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.
The Portrait is open at 10 am, for breakfast, while dinner will not do later, since it eats up to a maximum of 20 to 30.