Food and Drink
Open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, the Cellarium cafe and Terrace continues the Benedictine tradition of providing hospitality.
The Cellarium, part of the 14th century fabric of Westminster Abbey, was where the monks kept their stores of food and drink.
It is now a cafe over two floors with a terrace and outdoor seating.
For more information and to make a booking, please visit the Cellarium Cafe website.
benugo also operate a kiosk on the Sanctuary outside the West Towers of the Abbey. There is an abundance of freshly prepared sandwiches and snacks, fairly traded coffee and loose leaf tea, and a fantastic range of cakes and muffins freshly baked at the benugo Bakery.
We ask that you do not consume food or drink in the Abbey church, Chapter House, Pyx Chamber, or Museum.
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