Eating and shopping at Osterley Park
Whether you have been exploring the gardens, admiring the Robert Adam house or completed a parkrun, we have a range of food, beverage and retail outlets all based in Thomas Gresham’s Tudor Stables.
When the Child family renovated this Tudor Stables in the 18th Century, they wanted to make a statement about their banking wealth - even in a working space such as this. Even now the stable bays, separated with elegant neo-classical arches, are a key feature of the Stables Café, along with the original wooden feeding troughs lining the walls.
We open daily to the smell of freshly baked fruit and cheese scones, with brunch until 12noon and then lunch served from 12noon - 2.30pm. We serve a selection of hot main meals as well as smaller portions, perfect for the kids. Everything we cook is made from scratch, often with organic produce from our Tudor Walled Garden taking centre stage along with our Bronze Food for Life Award. With regularly changing menus, we reflect the seasons whilst keeping our favourites like Victoria Sponge, warming soups and a great jacket potato.
As well as seating in the Stable Courtyard at the front, our secluded Café Terrace offers extra seating within the Tudor walls, perfect for warmer Spring days. We hope you enjoy our new dog friendly indoor seating area in the rear Stables, where we offer not only a space to escape April showers, but also a tasty gluten free sausage for your canine friend.
Brewhouse Café and Ice Cream Parlour
Open weekends 9.30am - 5pm and school holidays 10am - 4pm
Tucked in a bright corner of the Stables, the Brewhouse Café sits in what was the Tudor Brewhouse, where vast amounts of ales and beers would be brewed for all those who lived and worked at Osterley Park. As a nod to our brewing past, we work with Scotney Castle - the only working hop farm in the National Trust - to offer a range of beers, from pale ales to bitters, to drink in or take home.
Today this large room is a light and airy dog friendly Café, serving delightful cakes, treats and barista coffees. Our Brewhouse brunch is favourite with our regulars, whether as a well-earned treat after that 5k parkrun or a just because it’s the weekend. For summer, you'll find the Brewhouse as a pop up ice cream parlour, serving delicious Judes ice cream by the cone or tub - with a chocolateflake!
Why not pick up a limited edition print or painting of Osterley by our artist in residence, Diana Braybrook, during your visit?
Ice Cream Cart
Open weekends 10am - 5pm, weather dependent
Enjoy artisan ice cream by the scoop in a cone or bowl, made locally just 5 minutes away in Isleworth by South Street Icecream.