Remember the outrage years ago over that V&A ad campaign for the ace caff with quite a nice museum attached?
The V&A caff, unfortunately, although it looks splendid (at least when there's nobody there) has never been ace and frankly is best avoided unless you are desperate for a sit-down.
But I always think of those ads when I visit the Garden Museum which really does have an ace caff. And a pretty garden where you can have tea. But where the exhibitions are all too often feeble. Yet again, the current exhibition sounds a whole lot better on paper than it is when you get there. Just think of the entrance fee as a levy on eating cake.