Come and visit us in Kensington Gardens to admire this year’s Serpentine Pavilion, while drinking a lemon and rosemary frozen cocktail or enjoying a refreshing Mediterranean-inspired salad. Our signature Benugo coffee is also available, as well as pastries, ice cream and kids boxes.

In this stunning design the architect, Lina Ghotmeh, honours the history of the Serpentine South building, which was originally a teahouse. Designed by James Grey West, the building opened in 1934 and was converted into an art gallery in 1970. In the summer months until the early 1960s, the café’s seating area also expanded to the lawn, which the Pavilion now occupies. Inspired by this history, Ghotmeh incorporated our café menu into her design process, offering dishes made with local and seasonal ingredients.

Open 10am to 6pm every day, this is a must see in the heart of one of London’s most beautiful spaces.