The Perfectionists' Cafe
       
     
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    Modern wonder at prehistoric site     When English Heritage decided to build a visitor centre at Stonehenge, one of England’s most iconic tourist attractions, SHW was picked to design the café.     In keeping with the £27m, state-of-the-art centre, the brief was for a modern, spacious café with the capacity to provide snacks and refreshments to some 800,000 people a year who will come to see the prehistoric stones and to learn about the history of the site.     The 110-seater counter service café serves hot and cold food, including drinks, soup, pasties, sandwiches and salads. Diners can sit inside or outside, enjoying spectacular views to the west.