House of Lords dining room to open to the public

The Peers’ Dining Room in the House of Lords will open to the public in the run-up to the general election on 7 May.

As reported by Bloomberg, members of the public can lunch like a lord in the dining room, which will be offering a three-course menu including coffee for £35 on weekdays from 14 April.

Among the dishes on offer will be game terrine with baby leek and dandelion salad; confit of sea trout and crab with British spring salad and crab dressing; and date and walnut pudding with butterscotch and vanilla ice cream.

While the dress code is smart-casual, photography is not permitted in the dining room and advance booking is essential.

Diners will also be subject to airport-style security searches before entering the House of Lords, the second chamber in the Houses of Parliament.

Lunch will be served between 12-2:30pm from 14 April to 8 May. To make a reservation call: +44 (0)20 7219 3395.

One Response to “House of Lords dining room to open to the public”

  1. Colin Hampden-White says:

    Booked. Having had our wedding reception it will be good to go back.

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