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Eating and Drinking during The Championships



A. The Wingfield Restaurant
Table service luncheon and afternoon tea. For luncheon, booking is advised - go to www.fmccatering.co.uk and click on 'Wingfield Reservations' or fax +44 (0)20 8944 2253.

B. The Baseline Diner
Serving a delicious hot and cold menu including burgers, seafood, salads and drinks, with a number of different eating and drinking options all under one roof.

The Diner – table service modern American restaurant offering some American classics as well as our Wimbledon favourites. Succulent West Country steak burger, or a Canadian lobster and crayfish roll followed by a delicious slice of chocolate fudge cake.

If you are in more of a hurry, then visit the Pizza Base in the Cafe area of The Baseline. Offering Italian pizza slices and salads with the freshest of toppings and ingredients, you can either take away or eat in at one of the cafe tables.

Finally the Lavazza Cafe offers an array of amazing coffees served by Lavazza Baristas that allow you to sit and relax or grab a shot on the run.

Self-service restaurants


C. Café Pergola
Service-assisted lunch and afternoon tea, carvery, light refreshments and wine bar.

D. Conservatory Kitchen

Self-service hot and cold lunches, deli sandwiches, afternoon tea, light refreshments and bar.

Situated on the east side of No.1 Court the Conservatory takes its influence from English Country gardens and Orangeries giving this Wimbledon restaurant a friendly, bright and airy summer feeling.  

The customer can experience both hot and cold lunches such as Lancashire Beef Stroganoff, Brixham Fish Pie, our Groundsman’s Platters or a choice of delicious sandwiches and wraps from the Deli accompanied by a range of exciting summer salads.

Pudding glasses and our classic Wimbledon strawberries and cream are available for dessert, or you can really indulge yourself with an afternoon tea tray with yummy treats from the scrumptious Bakery Table.

The Conservatory Kitchen wine bar offers a wide range of alcoholic beverages and soft drinks and of course you can enjoy a refreshing pot of tea.

The restaurant opens from 10.30am to 7pm

Cafes & Bars


B. The Baseline Café and Bar
Speciality coffees, teas, pizza and pastries. (see above)

E. The Long Bar
Quick serve beverages. 

F. Court Buffet
Sandwiches, salads, light refreshments and bar.

G. Play Tennis
Sandwiches and light refreshments.

H. Champagne Bar
Table service Champagne, seafood, sandwiches and sushi.

'Grab & Go'


E. Lawn Buffet
Serving baguettes, salads, warm Cornish pasties and light refreshments.

H. Tea Lawn
Strawberries & cream, pizza, the sausage grill, and fast-service drinks.

I. Food Village
Hot food take-aways including hot wok stir-fry, fish & chips, pizzas and burgers.
The Pantry, serving sandwiches, salads, pastries, cookies, muffins, hot and cold beverages.
Ice Cream Parlour,
The Village Bar.

J. Canyon Coffee
Light refreshments, ice cream, hot and cold beverages

K. The Bakery
Freshly baked baguettes and pastries, light refreshments and bar.

L. Aorangi Food Court
Self-service hot and cold food, sizzling salads, pizzas, tex mex, sandwiches, strawberries & cream, coffee bar, light refreshments and bar.

M. Court 18 refreshments
Ice cream and light refreshments.

N. Aorangi Cafe
Southern-fried chicken, sandwiches, light refreshments and bar.

O. Aorangi Terrace
Bar, ice cream and light refreshments.

Restaurants for Debenture Holders


There are a number of restaurants and dining areas on-site for the exclusive use of Debenture Holders. Please refer to the Debenture Holders' website for details.

Afternoon tea at Wimbledon


The most quintessential English tradition, the afternoon tea was introduced to England by Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford in 1840. 37 years later, and this tradition was served at the first Championships in Worple Road. The photograph below shows a scene from the 1906 Championships where the ladies are taking tea actually on the courts!

In 1907 Mrs Hillyard, who became a six time Champion, ate a ‘fearful’ tea when persistent rain stopped play: 2 Bath buns, 6 or 7 slices of bread and butter, 3 or 4 cups of tea, 6 or 7 biscuit cakes, 2 or 3 slices of other cake and 3 plates of strawberries. No sooner had she finished than the Referee requested her to play. She lost her semi-final match and complained bitterly to the Committee and the Daily Mail.

Nowadays the Wimbledon Afternoon Tea is as hugely popular as ever, and using the freshest ingredients, we will present to you our classic reception sandwiches, Devon scones served with clotted cream and strawberry jam, a selection of tea pastries, along with the Wimbledon favourite of a bowl of strawberries and cream. And of course not forgetting a pot of Indian tea or your favourite infusion.

Afternoon Tea can be taken in the Wingfield Restaurant, Conservatory Kitchen or Cafe Pergola.

Strawberries and cream

To ensure utmost freshness, strawberries — usually Grade I Kent strawberries of the highest quality from LEAF-registered farms — are picked the day before and arrive at Wimbledon at 5.30am, prior to being inspected and hulled. 

Outside of The Championships


The Wingfield Café, located on the ground floor of the Centre Court, can enhance your Wimbledon experience by providing an extensive selection of food, beverages, snacks and cakes.

  • Open for morning coffee, lunch, or just a cup of tea, the Café is available to everyone, not just those visiting the Museum. The Wingfield Café can cater meals or afternoon tea for pre-booked groups for any occasion throughout the year.
  • Group organisers can also pre-book morning coffee, lunch, or afternoon tea from a variety of menus for up to 40 people, in a reserved area of the café.
  • For more information, please call: +44 (0)20 8247 3000.
  • Opening hours are 10am-5.30pm. The Cafe is closed from the first week of June to the second week of July due to The Championships, however we do offer a smaller service offering hot drinks, baguettes and snacks.
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Dietary requirements

Visitors with special dietary requirements are advised that they should bring with them what they need to eat and drink throughout the day. However, an offer of gluten-free products are available in the Aorangi Food Court and Conservatory Kitchen on the No.1 Court, and Cafe Pergola situated near to Gate 5.

A selection of gluten-free products:

Aorangi Food Court – from £7.00

Mexican Chilli Cheese Nachos with mixed bean chilli or chilli con carne with guacamole, sour cream and cheese

Stone-baked Pizza available with a gluten free base upon request

Salads to Go – Moroccan Inspires Harissa Chicken on gluten free flatbread, and Sweet Chilli Tiger Prawn with Thai Inspired Coleslaw on gluten free flatbread

Conservatory Kitchen – from £14.50

Red Thai Chicken Curry

Brixham Fish Pie

Lancashire Beef Stroganoff

Severn and Wye Poached Salmon

Treacle Glazed West Country Gammon

Cafe Pergola – from £7.50

Duo of Smoked Severn and Wye Salmon

Severn and Wye Poached Salmon

Avocado Pear with Prawn Marie Rose

Oriental Coconut Roasted Norfolk Chicken Breast

Free-range Suffolk Roast Pork served in a gluten-free roll and apple sauce with salad

Salads to Go – Moroccan Inspires Harissa Chicken on gluten free flatbread, and Sweet Chilli Tiger Prawn with Thai Inspired Coleslaw on gluten free flatbread

All three areas offer gluten-free scones, cakes and sandwiches upon request/

Jude's ice cream, served throughout the Grounds, is also gluten-free. 

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