Refreshments to enjoy at this stylish royal residence
Updated 30 July. Following government guidance, Kensington Palace is now open Wednesday-Sunday. Read our visit information
The Palace Café will be open serving a range of takeaway drinks and snacks including delicious pastries.
Outdoor socially distanced seating will also be available.
The Palace Café is the perfect place to stop and relax for a quick bite or refreshment after a visit to the palace. We offer a range of take-away food and drink including cakes and pastries fit for royalty. Entry to the cafe is only available to palace ticket holders.
Outdoor seating is available and will align to social distancing guidance.
Only contactless payments can be accepted at the café.
Wednesday to Sunday: 10.30-17.00.
Open for breakfast and lunch, the Pavilion is situated opposite the Sunken Garden where TRH Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their engagement.
The Pavilion is the only place in London where you can also enjoy a traditional afternoon tea in the grounds of a royal palace. Sit back, relax and treat yourself to beautiful food and drink surrounded by over 300 years of royal history.
The Pavilion Afternoon tea is available between 12:00-16:00 and costs £34.00 per person. Make a reservation below.
The Kensington Palace Pavilion Afternoon Tea is also available with Vegan or Vegetarian options or can be made from non-gluten containing ingredients.
Please check upcoming closures before you travel.View menus and book a table
Why not bring a picnic and a comfy blanket and enjoy a relaxed lunch with friends in the grounds of Kensington Gardens?
Except for in designated eating areas, food and drink is not allowed within the confines of the building.