The Audit Room Café
During a visit to Petworth stop by the Audit Room café and enjoy a meal in the historic surroundings of the Servants' Quarters.
The Audit Room
Originally built as a sculpture gallery in 1836, the room later became a handy place for hosting large dinners for tenant famers and even Christmas parties for the servants. That story is still alive today and the room is now the ideal place to enjoy a meal or have a drink with friends and family on your visit to Petworth.
The summer menu
We're celebrating the life and achievements of Elizabeth Ilive and Petworth and we want to continue that experience in to the Audit Room Café.
On your visit you'll find out about Ilive's experimentation with potato growing. In the café we have some rotating tempting meals that tie in with her passion such as a potato gratin with smoked haddock, a fritata with roasted peppers and potato, a ham and cheese potato scone and also a potato pancake with avocado and smoked mackerel.
If potato isn't your passion we also have other dishes including ratatouille, thai green chicken soup and avocado and bacon salad.
The Coffee shop is open on select days and is ideal for any quick snacks and drinks to take away. Do check with us on the day to find out if this room is available.