If you’re looking for a place to eat that’s steeped in history, then Christie’s Bistro, located in the beautiful Gothic building that used to house Christie’s Library, is the perfect place. Sit and enjoy European cuisine made with locally and ethically sourced, organic ingredients, all while surrounded by original 19th century books, portraits and documents. Christie’s Bistro offers two different dining experiences – enjoy a drink with friends in the lounge, with a range of light bites available, including soups, salads, paninis and wraps. This is also the perfect place to sit back with a book and enjoy a freshly ground coffee or speciality loose leaf tea. If you’re looking for slightly more formal dining, Christie’s restaurant offers a menu full of high-quality dishes, including herb-crusted rack of lamb, pan-fried seabass, and vegetable gnocchi, along with a list of fine wines – ideal for any special occasion.