Garden Eatery

Garden Eatery – A good garden cafe can be a wonderful thing. Below, we’ve selected some of the best garden cafes, from the beautiful garden cafe at the Garden Museum, a look at Dan Pearson’s design, to Richmond’s Petersham Nursery. Our list is made up mostly of parks or nurseries, but also great cafes, great restaurants and places with beautiful gardens. However, they are all worth visiting both the garden and the garden cafe. Some cafes are only open during the summer months, so always check the websites for specific opening times.

Be sure to check the rules for visiting each restaurant before you visit. These are now open after lockdown, but many are restricted.

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Barley Walled Garden is a modern kitchen restaurant and garden restaurant specializing in all things seasonal with a side order of fermented foods. The garden is not large but has lovely views of the Mendips and the kitchen is set up for charcoal cooking. Also look for mushrooms on the growing menu on the site. Don’t miss Eticura in Cornwall in mid-April.

The Hidden Garden Eatery

Effortlessly stylish and stunningly furnished, the nest on the banks of the River Thames also has an excellent cafe and restaurant space. The Boglione family operation opened in 2004 and is known for its amazing dishes. Covent Garden now has a restaurant or two as well as a deli and lifestyle shop. But it’s an original nursery and its culinary offerings guarantee a great day out.

Penelope Hobhouse’s Hudspan family recently reopened under the new name The Newt. The Hobhouses first bought the property in the late 18th century and the garden was transformed by the legendary Penelope in the 1960s. Now a luxury hotel and gardens, the park has undergone extensive renovations since its current owners purchased it. Ian Davies, who previously worked at the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall, is head of horticulture and the Botanic Rooms are the venue’s elegant restaurant. Read our article about it here.

The Pithouse Kitchen is an 18th century marvel with a beautiful garden and the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sunday roasts are a specialty and monthly Pytfire evenings are slow-cooked over bonfires and coals on the terrace. Their cafe line has a number of events.

Recently featured in the pages of Gardens Illustrated, Scotland’s Gordon Castle has been brought to life by designer Arne Maynard, who has divided the garden into sections, each with its own purpose. The cafe uses ingredients sourced from its own garden and serves dishes with a traditional Scottish twist. Everything is seasonal, and the cafe aims to use as many local shops as possible, if not from the garden.

French Garden Cafe

The water tower in Dordrecht has a 1.5 hectare garden with an orchard, an Italian garden, a vegetable garden and a small wood in the old water basins. A former pumping station houses a garden restaurant that uses all seasonal ingredients from plot to plate. Hotel rooms are also available if you wish to extend your stay…

A dog-friendly pub on the grounds of Wiveton Hall, built in 1653, on the site of an earlier building built in 1280, overlooking the marshes and then the sea. Bennett and they supply the house with seasonal vegetables.

Located in King’s Heath, Birmingham, the Kitchen Garden Cafe combines a garden shop, deli and cafe. While it lacks the charm and history of some of the other restaurants on this list, we love its spirit and its friendly and welcoming atmosphere.

If you are looking for a special garden, special food and a special place, Gravetye Manor could be for you. Located in a Sussex village, the gardens were originally laid out by William Robinson in 1885 and some of the oldest trees in the gardens date back to his time. Tom Coward is now the palace’s head gardener and the Michelin-starred restaurant looks after the gardens.

Get Deals And Offers At The White Garden Cafe, Near Icici Bank, Jagatpura,jaipur

London’s oldest botanic garden is a little horticultural oasis, and cafes are commonplace. They serve breakfast and lunch made with British produce and organic ingredients. Look out for late openings in July and August.

Fromms Walled Garden in Melles is a community plant nursery specializing in house perennials and herbs. Sales promotion social programs and menus include simple home-cooked meals and wood-fired pizzas. You can eat in the greenhouse on the rose terrace or in wet weather.

This five-acre estate may or may not be where England’s first king is buried. The Abbey was once the third most important religious center in England. Coy Carp Cafe offers tea and lunch overlooking the stew pond and its collection of coy carp.

Our favorite is the brilliant garden museum at St Mary’s Church in Lambeth. The new cafe was part of a redevelopment project carried out between 2015 and 2017, which also saw the creation of two new gardens designed by Christopher Bradley-Hall and Dan Pearson. The Garden Cafe overlooks Dan’s beautiful and bright garden.

Sage Garden Cafe

There are two Clifton nurseries, one in London and one in Surrey, but Queens Tree Cafe is one of our favorite quiet and sunny spots in the Big Smoke. It’s also perfect for kids and families, and will be a revelation to anyone unfamiliar with it. The cake is also worth trying.

The seven-acre market garden has a farm shop and café, which are open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays each year. The cafe is low-key, cozy, but the perfect place to spend the afternoon after you’ve had plenty of organic sweets.

The dairy farm will be one of the star attractions at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show, working with designer Tom Massey on the first show garden based on organic principles. Their base in the Tea Valley in Somerset has a lovely garden and dining room, open for breakfast and lunch and sometimes dinner, with great views over the countryside.

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Palisades Garden Cafe

Daisy Bowie-Sell is Digital Editor at Gardens Illustrated. He has previously worked as a journalist for publications such as the Daily Telegraph, WhatsOnStage and Time Out London.

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