Built around 1890 and mothballed in the 1960’s, the Attendant has been dormant for more than fifty years. After two-years of strategic planning and restoration, the old Attendant’s office has been turned into a little kitchen and the original porcelain urinals have become an inspired line with green seating to match the original Victorian floor tiles.
If you’re wondering about the cleanliness of this place, don’t worry it has been scrubbed and disinfected to the point where you can eat off the urinals… if you wish. The Attendant is located on 27a Foley Street, London W1W 6DY. They make everything fresh on the spot and support local British farms. Once there you can enjoy an epic breakfast, lunch, and all day snacks.
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