After the changing of the guards we joined the group for lunch at The Albert.
It was built between 1845 and 1852 and has original hand etched glass windows and is two stories. Our group was led to the second floor where our reserved tables sat.
We were given bread and then fish and chips.
After we were done eating they brought us a choice of tea or coffee. It wasn’t a lot of either, but it was nice.
The restaurant is a traditional British pub and may be fun to go for dinner or just a drink. We didn’t try the beer since our menu was pretty set since we were part of a tour group. Since we were part of a large tour group our food was discounted.