Cockle-warming in the day and swinging in the evening, Seymour’s Parlour is a place in which you could spend some serious time. It's more a cocktail lounge than a restaurant, and the food is designed to go with cocktails; you’ll find mostly light bites, snacks and sharing platters on the menu. Start with the crowd-pleasing courgette crisps and end with the grown-up chocolate fudge. Seymour's Parlour aims to be locavore when possible, and the menu changes seasonally. Take part in the most English of traditions, afternoon tea. Choose between Aunt Wilhelmina's tea with a selection of traditional finger sandwiches, and Uncle Seymour's with more substantial snacks like devilled eggs, sausage rolls and mini croque-monsiuers; both come with scones, jam and clotted cream, and a variety of cakes. Breakfast is also served there; try the lightly spicy potted eggs with baked beans, or the indulgent croissant croque monsieur. The coffee is sweet and smooth and not to be missed.