Join us at Blueprint Café this Father’s Day on 17th June as we are offering all Dads a complimentary craft beer and a jazzy tie to go with it!
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 6 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 6 people
Starts: 17 June 2018
Ends: 17 July 2018
Availability: Sun 12:00-14:30
Enjoy our fixed price menu 2 courses for £15.95 or 3 courses for £19.95
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 8 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 10 people
Starts: 3 October 2017
Ends: 5 October 2018
Availability: Tue-Fri 12:00-14:45 17:30-21:00
Sat 17:30-21:00 17:30-21:00
Stunning views, incredible food and amazing value for money. This restaurant continues to be one of my favourites in the whole of London!
A great riverside option. The Sunday roast was excellent - fabulous beef and outstanding roast potatoes, along with all the usual trimmings. Good portions, but not so much that you can't move afterwards. Starters and other mains were really good too.
The portions were tiny and hence price extortionate for what they were.
Food was delicious and service was great. Restaurant has a new chef who has lots of plans for the place. This restaurant has been there for years and sadly the design museum is no longer situated below it so the building looks tired and we went unsure of what to expect. The new chef has been there only one month and the experience we had was great so definitely one to watch as I believe this will quickly become a hot spot of great dinning with fantastic views. We will definitely be back soon. Thanks for a lovely evening.
Visited the cafe for brunch. The food was outstanding and the staff attentive and friendly. View is excellent even on the dull day I went. Will go again when next in London without a doubt.
All four of us had the new 5 course tasting menu (not certain about bread being a course, so it felt more like 4) and we all enjoyed it. There's no choice, so it won't always work for everyone, but the food was very good and it was a well-priced option.
Eat at Blueprint fairly regularly. Chose to go there this week as the weather was lovely and the views from the balcony are spectacular, especially with the windows open. The new sharing menu is a little confusing but the food tasted fine. What bothered me was the new policy of playing very loud music. The restaurant has a lot of ambient noise normally and the addition of piped music made conversation impossible so we alternatively sat in silence or shouted. Very disappointing evening, we left as soon as we finished eating.
Lovely lunch - wonderful people. Fantastic new chef
With no notice the restaurant just stopped doing the set menu we had booked. There was a tasting menu (thank goodness or we would have left!) but their main menu is now the most ridiculous concept in ‘sharing plates’. Seriously overpriced and often not very shareable items. £17.45 for a minuscule pie anyone? No thank you!
The poor waiting staff were doing their very best to pacify the huge numbers of angry customers and dishing out free champagne left right and centre to try and help. But they had clearly been told that the needs of the chef’s ego came before those of the customers.
The food we did eventually have on the tasting menu was very nice. Perhaps stick to what works and stop trying to be clever!
Great food, small plates type menu a bit confusing at first , but soon worked it out. Restaurant with a great view. Relaxed service but a little pricey overall
Total lack of atmosphere and service a bit uptight.
Very good service and great view but the food was really disappointing and overpriced. Two slicels of toast with avocado and poached egg for £14! Apple and celeriac soup was good but tepid and not served with any bread. Had expected more.
Didn't cater for children. No children's menu and would not even serve a smaller portion. Staff were most unhelpful when we asked about a smaller portion for our 5 year old. Most similar restaurants are really obliging and bend over backwards however everything seemed like too much trouble.
Fantastic Sunday roast - it was a clean sweep at our table of four and all reported the most sublime roast beef. Service was good, despite a busy Mothers day! Puddings (apple pie, and choc brownie) perfect too. A real find, great location, and worth the short walk from Tower Bridge. Book an early slot for a panoramic window seat, but even the tables further back in the restaurant are light and airy with decent views (we were booked at 1:15pm). Will visit again soon.
It was snowing and perhaps the waitress wasn't happy to come into work. There were only three or four tables in total to serve that evening but she was cynical and unfriendly
when we took our order. She didn't pay attention when we said we didn't want bread, she still brought them to our table.
The food was good, the young waiter was friendly and the view of Tower Bridge was stunning.
Stunning views over the river. Food was delicious but portions small and my side arrived cold.
Yes to the view ... No to the restaurant. Staff are rude and extremely awkward. Worst service ever. I’d say get a drink quickly and see the view and leave before it gets bad!
Excellent food, service - and view - as always. We have never had anything less than an enjoyable time here.
We had the pre-Theatre menu (Bridge Theatre is a short walk away). It was a very pleasant meal, with enjoyable food and a relaxed and unfussy ambience. We will go again.
Valentines evening menu.
Everything 5 *’s
First time at Blue Print Cafe and we where really happy with all aspects.
Super place well done to all concerned
The staff were absolutely brilliant, so accommodating and kind. The food was excellent and great value. View is fantastic too!
The view and food were great, but we were left unattended (with no offer of drinks) for 25 minutes after arriving due to the table not been ready. We also had to ask every time we wanted to order, bread wasn't delivered, etc.
Food average bit cold
Espresso cold and served in cappuccino cups
Waitress was efficient
Service was poor and no apology when it comes to giving you the overpriced bill for what you get, we didn’t even ask for desert because we were scared it will take another hour to come.
I took my partner there for his birthday. We had table by the window which gave us a wonderful view of the Thames. Our food was small in portion but nice, the wine was good and my dessert was particularly delicious.
Food served cold
A bit hit and miss on quality of food and service on this occasion. Went for dinner with family on Saturday night for a birthday celebration. Overall it was a great experience- great view of tower bridge, very good value menu. Mains and desserts were delicious. Unfortunately half of our party were served burnt toast (one serving was almost completely black on one side) with our ham hock terrine, which would have been forgiven if it had been dealt with appropriately. But our waitress seemed a bit confused about why we were requesting replacement toast and it all felt a bit awkward. A few other mishaps too- we asked for some bread and olives with our order which didn’t arrive before our starters. When we asked about the bread, it was bought to the table without any butter (which we had to ask for). Plus there was some confusion about ordering side dishes with our meal when the waitress took our order. Mains were really nice, although not all served at exactly the same time so the dishes brought out first were a bit cold by the time all the food had arrived. But that said, they made an effort to bring out a dessert with ‘happy birthday’ on the plate for the birthday girl and some of the service and food was spot on- very good value for the quality of food. All in all- mostly a great experience, let down by a few mishaps.
A very pleasant evening with wonderful views although it was quiet for a Friday night.
A quiet evening in the restaurant but very good service. The menu was great if you fancied some lovely fish with an amazing view of Tower Bridge. One small thing to point out was that it was not great for vegetarians though as the creamed cabbage actually had bacon/pancetta in which was not indicated on the menu. Worth a visit if you are in the area.
Lovely local place. Had my 50th there a month ago too. Tremendous friendly venue
Booked the set menu offer via OpenTable for boxing day, but this was not available - either OpenTable or the restaurant failed to update the offer availability dates for the set menu. Would have chosen somewhere else on boxing day, if I had known the offer was not available.
Good views, attentive service, but they need to be more sleek at pouring water - split it twice. The pork belly was ok, but the crackling could have cracked a tooth - too hard and not really edible. The rest of the food was ok, desserts excellent but small portion sizes. They did provide a nicely decorated plate with a Happy Birthday Message for my brother which was a nice touch.
Service was very unimpressive - unfriendly and unhelpful with menu selections. Food was standard, but for a £50 meal, it was very underwhelming.
Lovely Sunday lunch with the family.
We arrived and was given a window seat which was wonderful, watching the boats going up the Thames.
From the moment we got there the waiter was very helpful and attentive.
After looking over the menu we all picked the roast beef which was cooked to perfection and the desert was heavenly.
Definitely returning soon.
Had our Christmas lunch here and it was lovely. The food was delicious as well and the staff were lovely too. Overall everything was brilliant and would recommend to others.
It was our wedding anniversary and so we went back to the pre-wedding night dinner venue. Back in 2004, this was a vibrant, warm restaurant with a great, buzzing atmosphere. Now it is cold and there were only a few tables taken at 8pm so the place seemed empty and it didn't get better throughout the time we were there although this might have been that it was just a few days before Christmas..... Of our party of four one had the set menu and the others had a la carte including the fish and chips, moules and chips and the duck which was cooked beautifully. All the food was nice and the staff were lovely but I'm just so surprised that this restaurant is out of favour - the Pont and the Chop House next door were much fuller..... maybe it's because the Design Museum has moved out. Such a shame.
Great. Night, food and wine were superb , service excellent as always, highly recommend, great for couples or friends and fantastic views
Lovely venue with a great view of the river at night, food was decent if not slightly over priced (£4 for a small side is a bit much). The affordable wine choices aren't great. We went for the £20 for 3 courses but ended up paying £45 each with one bottle of wine and two sides (the set menu was very limited). The service was ok but rather robotoc, staff could do with being a little more friendly and engaging with customers. Overall a nice enough place, mostly for the view.
We arrived at 3 , perfect timing to watch Tower Bridge light up as we ate our Sunday lunch .... what a view! The food was perfect , excellent service and great atmosphere . I have already recommended it to several people since I got back!
Been before and was very good. Food was good today. Service however was shambolic. So much so would hesitate in going back. Possibly due to the snow and usual staff not making it in?
Waited for an hour for food, when it arrived it was cold and tasted awful