Refreshments to enjoy at this famous royal residence
Update 27 November: In line with government guidance, Hampton Court Palace is closed until 2 December, but our gardens are open at the weekends only. We will reopen the palace on 5 December. Please read our FAQs
The Tiltyard Cafe is open. You can choose from a variety of food and drink including: barista-style coffees, teas, pastries, cookies, muffins, cakes, along with light lunch options. The cafe is open from 10:30-16:30.
The Wilderness Kiosk is open, serving ice creams, snacks, teas and filter coffees. The Kiosk is open from 11:00-16:00.
Please note that social distancing measures will be in place to keep you and our staff safe, so please do bear with us.
For all enquiries into our dining options at Hampton Court Palace, please call 0203 166 6971 or 07903972864 between 09:00 and 17:00.
Please feel free to bring a picnic to enjoy in the iconic gardens. Bring your food and a comfortable blanket from home, and enjoy this unique picnic location with plenty of space.
The cafe offers a range of hot and cold drinks, cakes, cookies and pastries.
Wednesday to Sunday: 10:30 - 16:30.
Situated at the heart of the palace, the Privy Kitchen is an ideal spot for a quick bite to eat. The Privy Kitchen Café serves a variety of hot drinks, sweet treats, Tudor-style pies and soups.
Did you know? Beef & ale pie is said to have been Henry VIII’s favourite treat after a tennis match.
Take a relaxing break in peaceful surroundings. Enjoy light lunches, sweet treats, afternoon teas and refreshments.
To help protect our palace, food and drink is not allowed within the confines of any of the buildings except in designated areas.
We strive to offer something for everyone at Hampton Court Palace.
Whether you’re looking for something sweet or savoury, gluten-free and vegan options are available. Daily-free milk options are available for hot drinks at no extra cost.
Our single-use coffee cups, and other catering disposables, are made from renewable, lower carbon or recycled materials and can be commercially composted with food waste.
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