Delicious feta and baby leaf salad

 We look forward to welcoming you to the Terrace Restaurant. Enjoy a two or three course lunch or afternoon tea – a well-deserved treat for all.

The restaurant is fully licensed, also serving mocktails and soft drinks. Outdoor tables are available to diners on warmer days. We are happy to accommodate dietary requirements and kindly advise you to notify us of these at least 48 hours before your visit. 

The Terrace Restaurant opening times:

Lunch: 11.30am–3pm 
Afternoon tea: 2.30pm–3.30pm

Read our sample menus:
Weekday lunch menu
Saturday & Sunday lunch menu
Children’s menu
Afternoon tea menu

Valentine’s Dinner – 14 February 2020

For the first time ever the Terrace Restaurant will open its doors for dinner on Valentine’s Day. Enjoy three courses, including Prosecco and canapes, for £40 per person – view the menu.

Tables can be reserved between 5pm and 7.30pm. Please reserve your table via  email, giving your preferred time, number of guests and daytime phone number, or online via OpenTable. Bookings are only confirmed once full payment has been made. Confirmed bookings are final and non-refundable.
Please note: The gardens close at 4.30pm and the Shop & Plant Centre at 5pm. After 4.30pm, please make your way to the Welcome building where you will be escorted to the Terrace Restaurant.

Booking information

Book online with OpenTable
Please note: when booking online you are leaving the RHS website and will be governed by OpenTable’s terms and conditions and privacy policy.

Alternatively via  email, please allow 24 hours for a response.
Or call us on 01483 668015, we kindly request you contact us between 10am–12pm and 3–4pm. Outside of these hours, we are unable to take your call.

Or please see us at the Terrace Restaurant on the day of your visit and make a booking for later that day, subject to availability.

Please be aware: The Terrace Restaurant is located within the garden and as such garden entry prices apply.

Allergen information: All products are prepared in an environment where nuts and gluten are present and may contain traces.

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