Nestled among the plants and ponds of St. James’s Park, Inn The Park is a wonderfully innovative cafe restaurant that blends seamlessly into its surroundings to offer a natural oasis right in the heart of London. In the warmer months there’s nowhere in London quite like Inn The Park. Early risers can enjoy the tranquility of its setting with hearty (or healthy) breakfast from 8am, while mid-morning lovers can settle in for a lazy brunch after the morning rush and enjoy their Welsh Rarebit or Fried Duck Eggs while watching the wildlife from the beautiful wooden terrace.
From midday the head chef Amanda Wilson’s daily lunch menu takes command, offering inspired seasonal dishes made from the finest British produce. From delicate Norsworthy Farm Goat’s Cheese to Mustard-Crusted Dorset Razor Clams and Chargrilled Mount Grace Ribeye Steak with Ratte Potato, you can tour the best of British regional produce at Inn The Park while letting your senses be revived by the surroundings.
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday.
Breakfast: 8am to 11am (Last booking at 10.45).
Lunch: 12 to 3pm (Last booking at 2.45).
Afternoon Tea: 3pm to 4:30pm
Dinner: 6pm to 11pm (Last booking at 9.30pm)
About The Chef, Amanda Wilson — From a young age, Amanda has always been passionate about cooking. After graduating in Sydney she immediately became a chef cooking in far and wide destinations from Tasmania to Ayers Rock. In May 2008 Amanda traveled to the UK. She was impressed by the diverse range of cuisines and top restaurants in London and applied to join one of London’s top restaurant groups, Peyton & Byrne. There her talent was recognised quickly and Amanda was promoted to head chef of Inn the Park Restaurant and the Institute of Contemporary Art Cafe.