- This café-bar opened in 2005 and, being part of the Royal Institute of British Architects, obviously the décor is excellent. It incorporates dark wood and steel mesh with modular furniture which enables a complete change of atmosphere from day to night. The café-bar is situated in the entrance hall of the Royal Institute of British Architects which is a Grade II listed building. There is a good range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks plus plenty of tapas-style snacks available. You can also visit one of their architectural exhibitions while there.
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