The Below Stairs Café at Treasurer's House
Come below stairs and dine in the unique surroundings of what was once the servant’s hall in the underbelly of Treasurer's House. Soak up the history and choose from a menu of fresh delights, all in the shadow of York Minster.
- Open daily 1 April - 20 December 2020 (closed 9 - 13 November)
- 11am - 4.30pm, last entry at 4pm.
- Hot food served until 3pm
Free entry for everyone to the café - perfect for that pause when shopping or sightseeing in York. See all opening times here.
Fancy something a little different?
When Frank Green lived at Treasurer's House he was a real stickler for perfection. He only wanted the best, especially when it came to entertaining. That’s why he hired a top French chef - Monsieur Viande - to expertly prepare the crème de la crème of dinner parties for Frank’s guests including the future King Edward VII.
We’ve taken this inspiration to bring you the tastiest meals that Monsieur Viande would have been proud of, with a bit of a Yorkshire twist. Bon appétit.
And of course we make a cracking scone
The National Trust is well known for its scones and at Treasurer's House we always oblige with changing flavours throughout the year. The Christmas pudding scone is a real hit in the winter but don't just take our word for it...
" I have travelled 200 miles for a scone. That scone looks amazing and smells amazing. Surely it can't be as nice as I am anticipating? Readers, it was off the scale delicious. That first bite of Christmas pudding scone with brandy butter will remain with me for a very long time."
A seasonal favourite for many visitors is the Christmas pudding scone, but the baking bowl is now closed for a short time. If you missed your chance, have a go and bake some at home...