- Main course: £14
- Food spend: £26
- Opening hours
- Monday to Friday: 08:00 - 11:30 & 12:00 - 22:00
09 July 2018
Nestled in the specular courtyard of the Grade 1 listed Royal Exchange, Grand Café is a chic European inspired brasserie. Boasting a magnificent mezzanine lounge, Grand Café brasserie also features a luxury wine list.
Placing a contemporary twist on British and French classics, the Grand Café boasts a sumptuous menu. Open from 8am, the Grand Café serves fantastic cooked breakfast and fresh juice, and from 12pm until 3pm and from 5pm until 10pm enjoy the Grand Café menu in the Gallery. Situated on the mezzanine level of the Royal Exchange and overlooking the Grand Café, the Gallery offers an extensive all-day menu of European Classics from executive head chef Stefano Leone.
Overlooking the Grand Café, the new Threadneedle Bar at the Royal Exchange offers old-time favourite drinks along with a new signature cocktail list which pays homage to Jerry Thomas’ 1862 ‘Bartenders Guide’, the first ever mixology book published in the United States. Also available are new and vintage wines, spirits and Champagnes, as well as an extensive menu of other perfectly poured cocktails. The Threadneedle Bar also serves a selection of bar food with highlights including rock oyster tempura, truffled goats curd on sourdough and soft shell crab – the perfect accompaniment to an expertly mixed cocktail. The bar is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Centrally located, Grand Café restaurant in Bank is just a 1-minute walk from Bank Tube Station. St Paul’s Cathedral is just a 9-minute walk away.
Royal Exchange Grand Café
The Royal Exchange, Bank, London, EC3V 3LR
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Customer reviews for Royal Exchange Grand Café
((((* 9 July 2018 by Jessica from London
((((( 13 April 2018 by Sophie from London
Friendly staff, delicious food, great deal.
((*** 27 July 2017 by Dan from London
This is the 2nd time I've visited the Royal Exchange Café. First time was excellent. Second time was pretty poor. So really mixed experiences. In both cases the food and drinks were fine. However the service was markedly different. First time - strong. Second time - laughable verging on pathetic. Great location - shame about the service.
(((** 21 July 2017 by Mark from City
The service was truly abysmal, I think they had two staff max covering all of the tables. The food was good though and not a rip-off either. (unusual for the City)
((*** 26 May 2017 by Ian from Berlin
Great setting , ok food
(((** 17 February 2017 by Sajada from London
The booking service was great together with the greeting upon arrival. Dinning for 2, we received one lunch and one dinner menu. Advised the error only to be told the menu will be changed by a colleague. After two requests the dinner menu was replaced with a lunch menu. Starter was nice however the Prawns with rice were luke warm. Waiter was struggling to understand our requests. Felt there was a lack of interest towards the diners. No coat hanging area.
((((( 26 October 2016 by Andrew from London
Excellent lunch - with probably the best fruit crumble I have ever tasted!
((*** 30 July 2016 by Nabil from London
Service and atmosphere was very nice. Food was terrible.
(((** 23 June 2016 by Robert from London
Firstly we were 20 mins late for the table which should be taken into account. Very rushed after that. The £6.50 mocktail which was delicious was cleared when still a third full, which was irritating but I opted to not mention it. The food was good and hot but I think "priced for premium location". The menu is limited but that is reasonable for what is top end bar food. I think "restaurant" is a stretch personally. Whilst rushed the service was pleasant and professional. The location is amazing, steeped in history and fantastic architecture in an iconic London building. That is an experience in itself. Glad to have tried it but unlikely to go back. Much better value in the locale but not with that internal view which is my summary in that is what you pay for. Would recommend as a one off and my steer would be go for coffee or drinks rather than lunch or dinner. Clearly many drinkers/diners doing business meets which works, I was purely on a social lunch.
(((** 29 April 2016 by Michel from Paris
low service but pleasant area
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