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Lauderdale House

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Lauderdale House Highgate Hill Waterlow Park, London N6 5HG England
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Patry wrote a review Oct 2020
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Very friendly staff. Food was excellent. Beautiful view of the Waterlow park😌 Great for a lunch / brunch
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Date of experience: September 2020
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polpresa wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom30 contributions14 helpful votes
A quiet, relaxing place, especially on a sunny day, with a beautiful park, often visited by mothers or nannies with young children. Cafe to match. Had a very good baguette but 'soup of the day' had no taste whatsoever - presumably a packet soup from the cupboard, although i imagine that would have been a lot more interesting.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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RPB1978 wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom119 contributions56 helpful votes
Attended Mark Thompson's spectacular science show, which was absolutely fantastic. Cafe was nice - really good food, which was quick to deliver, although drinks took a long time to prepare. Seating somewhat cramped, but a busy and nice little place for a snack.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Master Jonjon wrote a review Feb 2019
London, United Kingdom264 contributions119 helpful votes
... and the more you get to do so, the more you’ll find yourself never knowing what will come lurking ’round the corner. Or if there will be a historic house in the next park. Once again this happens quite naturally, as I walk down from Highgate (the supposed highest points of London) to Archway and bump into this former Lord Mayor of London Richard Martin’s house, built 1582. Two exhibitions are currently going on occupying both floors. With heavy price tags, you can imagine what it’s like having realized the house’s hybrid (read: ambiguous and competing) status – as a gallery, as a hire venue, as a theatre and as a community hub. And hence when a musician is playing Clare de Lune on a grand with a wedding occupies the lower gallery, a random visitor is also trying to at least take a glimpse of every art piece by comparing it to more of a bird-watching exercise. But you can also wander off into the vintage staircase and the wooden door frame, that is the only part that is left of it. For around 1760 there has been a major renovation by the owner the Knapp family and most Tudorian features has then been replaced with their Georgian modish. And even the original front door is now at the rear. A catalogue of house features sits quietly at the bottom of the staircase. It points to many, many aspects of the house, most of which could bring you trouble just to find where they are. A map on page one would be much appreciated. ~master jonjon
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Date of experience: September 2018
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debfuller54 wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom7 contributions6 helpful votes
The old cafe was much better. There are no proper meals or menus, just snacks in disposable bowls or plates.The little savoury tarts might fill up an elf. Reusable is much better than recyclable anyway and do the biodegradable bowls get composted? I doubt it. Why did they build the glass extension when they are not using it for anything? I hate paper crockery and won't be going back, there are other cafes in the area. its a shame as it's a lovely location. The snacks were average, nothing special.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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