Whether you’re visiting the Grade I listed Queen Anne Mansion or fancy something delicious to eat, you’ll enjoy the Buttery Café at Burgh House, Hampstead, London NW3. While exploring Burgh House, I ate at this charming Café and thought the food tasted amazing. If you’re looking for places to eat breakfast in Hampstead, lunch in NW3 or afternoon tea near Hampstead Station, you’ll fall in love with the Buttery Café at Burgh House.
“The icing on the cake at beautiful Burgh House is the Buttery Café serving delicious Breakfast, Lunch and Afternoon Tea to visitors and locals,” Homegirl London.
Buttery Café Burgh House Lunch Menu
I enjoyed eating lunch at the Burgh House Buttery Café during the week. For lunch, it’s Toasted Sandwiches served with Salad and Kettle Crisps. Fillings feature Cumberland Sausage with Cheddar, Poached Chicken Breast with Mozzarella and Basil Pesto or Char-grilled Aubergine with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Kimchi for the Vegans and Vegetarians.
Being super hungry, I chose the Goats Cheese and Leek Tart with New Potatoes and Salad. It was the best Savoury Tart I’ve ever tasted, and I loved the combination of Goats Cheese with Leeks. The New Potatoes were also noticeably nice.
Everything sounded tempting, like the Sweet Potato with Heritage Tomatoes, Goats Cheese, Mixed Leaves, Pomegranate and Herbs. Also, the Plant Based Soup with Herb Scone. Fish and Meat eaters may prefer the Poached Salmon with Quinoa, Asparagus and Green Beans with Balsamic Dressing. Crispy Chicken with Cavalo Nero, Freekeh and dressed Mixed Salad may hit the spot. Alternatively, the Smoked Duck Brest with New Potatoes, Salad and Date, Pear, and Ale Chutney sounds impressive.
I recommend you sample the Cakes while you’re there. It would be rude not to try the Scones with Jam and Clotted Cream in the afternoon. I couldn’t get enough of the rustic-looking Scone, and once I’d applied the Jam and Clotted Cream, it was consumed in a flash.
You can satisfy your cravings for something sweet with Gluten Free Blueberry and Polenta Slices, moist Carrot Cake, crunchy Rocky Road, and fabulous Flapjacks. I also spotted a plate of Pain au Chocolate, perfect for your morning Coffee.
I’ll return to try the Breakfast Menu featuring Eggs, Asparagus, Benedict and Royale, and other options.
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Helpful Information About Buttery Café And Burgh House Hampstead
Burgh House was previously a private residence, officers’ mess and a community centre until it fell into disrepair, and luckily residents came to the rescue. Today it’s an independent, self-funding charity, arts and events space and accredited museum. With free entry and the added attraction of the Buttery Café and alfresco dining, it’s well worth a visit.
Look for more information on the Burgh House website and the Burgh House Wikipedia page. The address is New End Square, Hampstead, London NW3 1LT, five minutes from Hampstead Station. The Buttery Café is open Wednesday to Friday from 10 am until 5 pm and from 9.30 am until 5.30 pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays. Burgh House opening times are Wednesday to Sunday, and Bank Holidays are from 10 am until 4 pm.
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Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London.