Art lovers will soon be able to stimulate their palette as well as their visual senses as London bistro, Muriel’s Kitchen will be bringing their culinary arts to The National Gallery in early 2022 with three brand-new dining concepts.
The three new venues will cater for a variety of palettes. An espresso bar will provide a convenient pick me up ‘on-the-go’ service, the café, inspired by the South Kensington restaurant, will serve a seasonal menu in a relaxed setting, perfect for families. While the standalone spacious and atmospheric restaurant featuring a private dining room and cocktail bar will cater for all occasions, serving an a la carte menu celebrating the finest British produce. With its own branded entrance, the restaurant will welcome both gallery and non-gallery visitors and will be open from breakfast through to dinner, including weekend brunches and afternoon tea.
Muriel’s Kitchen was founded in South Kensington in 2011 by husband and wife team, Charlotte and Sam Miller, and is named after Charlotte’s Grandmother, Muriel’s Kitchen is a lively all day dining bistro, with a strong emphasis on seasonal, fresh produce catering for vegetarians and carnivores alike. This ethos will extend to their new dining concepts and we can’t wait as 2022 draws closer and closer. Muriel’s Kitchen, will be the perfect respite from the hustle and bustle of Trafalgar Square to relax with friends and family.
Written by: Eboni Addoh