Buckingham Palace is building its first cafe for summer tourists in its 173 years of receiving royal guests. The Garden Cafe - being constructed on a prominent spot with panoramic views of the home's 40-acre grounds - is set to offer a variety of sweet and savoury snacks when it opens on Tuesday. Classic British fare like tea and scones will be available alongside foreign treats such as almond croissants, chicken foccacia and Greek salad - and anyone with a £17 ($29) ticket will be able to enter. A cappuccino, complete with a crown-shaped chocolate dusting, will only cost £2.65. Apple juice from the Queen's Sandringham estate also made the menu. About 400,000 people were expected to stop by the palace this summer, making seating the biggest challenge for cafe staff. Just 210 chairs will be available at the eatery's tables. The Daily Mail, p19