Take a visit to London's St Pauls Cathedral, designed by acclaimed architect Sir Christopher Wren. You'll visit the crypt, Whispering Gallery and enjoy the panoramic views from the Stone and Golden galleries. Youll also enjoy a tasty two-course lunch or dinner, from a specially selected set menu at Brasserie Blanc in Chancery Lane and enjoy a 125ml glass of wine with your meal. Choose a starter and main or main and dessert, from at least three options for each course. Taste the divine dishes devised by multi award winning chef Raymond Blanc who conceived Brasserie Blanc from a need to create a menu full of hearty, homely French dishes, reminiscent of his childhood and using fresh ingredients that are local and seasonal as well as tasty.
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On arrival at St Paul's Cathedral you will be free to wander the exquisite building and absorb the atmosphere of this 300 year old site. Discover the mosaics, carvings, paintings and sculpture brought to life by state-of-the-art restoration. See the sights when you journey up the winding staircase and witness panoramic views of London that is one of the best in the capital. All visitors can now take advantage of a new inclusive multimedia guide, available in nine different languages, as well as audio description and British Sign Language. Youll also be welcome to join the guided tours and welcome talks at no extra charge. When you arrive at Brasserie Blanc Chancery Lane at your pre-booked time, you will be shown to your table and offered the menu so you can choose your courses from a carefully made selection of hearty French dishes. Brasserie Blanc have hand selected a wonderful set menu for each of their Acorne guests to dine from. Dishes can be ordered on arrival and are based on the latest seasonal offerings. You will each be served a 125ml glass of house wine or half a pint of Kronenberg before you tuck into your two-course meal of either a starter and main or main and dessert. There will be at least three choices per course, so you are sure to find something to tickle your taste buds.