As we were coming to see 'Great Britain' we booked a pre-theatre supper at the Terrace Restaurant (£17.50 per head). The venue is lovely. There are tables outside where you can people watch on the South Bank and gaze across the busy Thames. Inside it is cool and roomy, ideal on a scorching hot July late afternoon. It turns out the £17.50 covers two small starter dishes and one 'main' dish from a tapas style menu. It really wasn't our taste at all. We are not fans of raw fish, raw meet or squid. We struggled to find anything to eat and as the plates are 'small', you still feel hungry at the end. The food is well presented and service slick. To assuage our disappointment, we bought the sharing pudding platter which was delicious - a shame the rest of the meal was so average. We also tried a lovely Galician Sauvignon Blanc - relatively good value in comparison to the rest of the drinks menu. The meal therefore turned out to be much more expensive than we'd budgeted for. If I'd known what the meal deal entailed, I wouldn't have bothered with it. I'll know next time! This place is worth coming to for the ambience, the views and the convenience for the Theatre, though If you want value for money, there is a Pizza Express just across the road!
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