Wonderful Food in Stunning Settings


At The Royal Parks you can enjoy everything from warming soups and hot drinks to three-course dinners with wine. We have a wide range of food outlets open all year round, offering takeaways or eat-in snacks as well as restaurant meals.
     

Serpentine Bar & Kitchen

Hyde Park


Patrick Gwynne's iconic building on the eastern edge of the Serpentine in Hyde Park houses the Serpentine bar & kitchen. Inspired by English country living the restaurant aims to be a retreat for both Londoners and visitors alike. An all day dining menu, much of it cooked in a wood-fired oven, represents the best of seasonal food inspired from its garden setting.
  Serpentine Bar Kitchen - Hyde Park
     

The Lido Café Bar 

Hyde Park
 

With stunning views along The Serpentine and a large alfresco dining area, The Lido is a great place to enjoy great food and watch the world go by. Facilities include toilets, baby change, high chairs, newspapers, and outdoor seating.

  Lido Cafe Bar Hyde Park
     

Inn the Park

St James's Park


A fascinating building with turf roof built by Michael Hopkins, one of the most notable architects in the country, and managed by Oliver Peyton, one of the most creative talents in the restaurant business.
  Inn the Park - St James’s Park
     

The Garden Cafe

The Regent's Park


Newly refurbished 1960's building with large gardens offering restaurant or takeaway service. The consultant chef is Henry Harris. Menus change monthly.
  The Garden Cafe - The Regent’s Park
     

Pembroke Lodge

Richmond Park


Pembroke Lodge is a beautiful Georgian mansion set in 13 acres of landscaped grounds with spectacular views. The Lodge provides a comprehensive range of classic English refreshments, an information centre, car parking, toilets, high chairs and baby changing facilities. The Lodge is both accessible and family friendly. There are banqueting facilities for up to 130 guests.
  Pembroke Lodge - Richmond Park
     

Pavilion Tea House

Greenwich Park


The Tea House is adjacent to the Observatory and serves a selection of food and drink, including alcohol. Children's parties catered for. Other facilities include payphone, toilets, baby change, high chairs, and a car park.
  Pavilion Tea House - Greenwich Park
     

The Pheasantry

Bushy Park


Situated in the Broom Clumps woodland area serving hot meals, light snacks, freshly brewed teas and speciality coffees, cakes, pastries, ice creams, and cold drinks.
  The Pheasantry - Bushy Park
     
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Park Cuisine




Wonderful Food in Stunning Settings


At The Royal Parks you can enjoy everything from warming soups and hot drinks to three-course dinners with wine. We have a wide range of food outlets open all year round, offering takeaways or eat-in snacks as well as restaurant meals.
     

Serpentine Bar & Kitchen

Hyde Park


Patrick Gwynne's iconic building on the eastern edge of the Serpentine in Hyde Park houses the Serpentine bar & kitchen. Inspired by English country living the restaurant aims to be a retreat for both Londoners and visitors alike. An all day dining menu, much of it cooked in a wood-fired oven, represents the best of seasonal food inspired from its garden setting.
  Serpentine Bar Kitchen - Hyde Park
     

The Lido Café Bar 

Hyde Park
 

With stunning views along The Serpentine and a large alfresco dining area, The Lido is a great place to enjoy great food and watch the world go by. Facilities include toilets, baby change, high chairs, newspapers, and outdoor seating.

  Lido Cafe Bar Hyde Park
     

Inn the Park

St James's Park


A fascinating building with turf roof built by Michael Hopkins, one of the most notable architects in the country, and managed by Oliver Peyton, one of the most creative talents in the restaurant business.
  Inn the Park - St James’s Park
     

The Garden Cafe

The Regent's Park


Newly refurbished 1960's building with large gardens offering restaurant or takeaway service. The consultant chef is Henry Harris. Menus change monthly.
  The Garden Cafe - The Regent’s Park
     

Pembroke Lodge

Richmond Park


Pembroke Lodge is a beautiful Georgian mansion set in 13 acres of landscaped grounds with spectacular views. The Lodge provides a comprehensive range of classic English refreshments, an information centre, car parking, toilets, high chairs and baby changing facilities. The Lodge is both accessible and family friendly. There are banqueting facilities for up to 130 guests.
  Pembroke Lodge - Richmond Park
     

Pavilion Tea House

Greenwich Park


The Tea House is adjacent to the Observatory and serves a selection of food and drink, including alcohol. Children's parties catered for. Other facilities include payphone, toilets, baby change, high chairs, and a car park.
  Pavilion Tea House - Greenwich Park
     

The Pheasantry

Bushy Park


Situated in the Broom Clumps woodland area serving hot meals, light snacks, freshly brewed teas and speciality coffees, cakes, pastries, ice creams, and cold drinks.
  The Pheasantry - Bushy Park
     
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Wonderful Food in Stunning Settings


At The Royal Parks you can enjoy everything from warming soups and hot drinks to three-course dinners with wine. We have a wide range of food outlets open all year round, offering takeaways or eat-in snacks as well as restaurant meals.
     

Serpentine Bar & Kitchen

Hyde Park


Patrick Gwynne's iconic building on the eastern edge of the Serpentine in Hyde Park houses the Serpentine bar & kitchen. Inspired by English country living the restaurant aims to be a retreat for both Londoners and visitors alike. An all day dining menu, much of it cooked in a wood-fired oven, represents the best of seasonal food inspired from its garden setting.
  Serpentine Bar Kitchen - Hyde Park
     

The Lido Café Bar 

Hyde Park
 

With stunning views along The Serpentine and a large alfresco dining area, The Lido is a great place to enjoy great food and watch the world go by. Facilities include toilets, baby change, high chairs, newspapers, and outdoor seating.

  Lido Cafe Bar Hyde Park
     

Inn the Park

St James's Park


A fascinating building with turf roof built by Michael Hopkins, one of the most notable architects in the country, and managed by Oliver Peyton, one of the most creative talents in the restaurant business.
  Inn the Park - St James’s Park
     

The Garden Cafe

The Regent's Park


Newly refurbished 1960's building with large gardens offering restaurant or takeaway service. The consultant chef is Henry Harris. Menus change monthly.
  The Garden Cafe - The Regent’s Park
     

Pembroke Lodge

Richmond Park


Pembroke Lodge is a beautiful Georgian mansion set in 13 acres of landscaped grounds with spectacular views. The Lodge provides a comprehensive range of classic English refreshments, an information centre, car parking, toilets, high chairs and baby changing facilities. The Lodge is both accessible and family friendly. There are banqueting facilities for up to 130 guests.
  Pembroke Lodge - Richmond Park
     

Pavilion Tea House

Greenwich Park


The Tea House is adjacent to the Observatory and serves a selection of food and drink, including alcohol. Children's parties catered for. Other facilities include payphone, toilets, baby change, high chairs, and a car park.
  Pavilion Tea House - Greenwich Park
     

The Pheasantry

Bushy Park


Situated in the Broom Clumps woodland area serving hot meals, light snacks, freshly brewed teas and speciality coffees, cakes, pastries, ice creams, and cold drinks.
  The Pheasantry - Bushy Park
     
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