Whilst wandering around London with a view to visiting St Paul’s Cathedral we happened to find the Millenium Bridge and at the end of it we noticed a lovely modern glass building. It was the International HQ of the Salvation Army and at the top of the stairs was a notice pointing downstairs to Cafe 101. It was open to the public and we were desperate for a cup of tea so in we went.
It is the most lovely modern cafe with a very nice atmosphere. All very modern, lovely clean toilets including disabled.
The food we had was lovely, only a sandwich and a cake, but a most welcome large paper cup of tea and the whole lot was £7.00. A bargain in London.
We were able to rest our weary feet for a nice long interlude and enjoyed the ambience of the place.
There were a few International Salvation Army workers in there having a break or a chat so you felt that it was a “good” place to be.
There is a lift for disabled users.
A really useful spot for a bit of R&R.