Where to Eat Near Wimbledon
With the Wimbledon tennis tournament just around the corner, many people will be looking for good places to eat in SW19. Wimbledon is, of course, almost as famous for its strawberries and cream as it is for its tennis, but if you want something more filling, check out the cafés and restaurants nearby. Being on the edge of London, Wimbledon does not have the selection that you would get in the centre, but there are still some top eateries for you to try.
Places to try
- The Ivy Café is open all day and serves modern British cuisine. Pop in for breakfast or elevenses before going to the matches, or head there for cocktails and dinner afterwards. If the sun shines on Wimbledon this year, there is an elegant dining terrace for an al fresco meal.
- The White Onion serves exquisite French cuisine and promises top-quality ingredients and friendly service. During the championship, the restaurant will be open for lunches every day and dinners Monday – Saturday.
- Head to Franco Manca for delicious sourdough pizzas with a range of toppings, cooked in a wood-burning brick oven specially made in Naples. Ideal for those on a budget, this very reasonably priced restaurant also does takeaways.
- Cannizaro House, Hotel du Vin near Wimbledon Common is a charming 19th-century house that has hosted some famous names over the years, including Oscar Wilde and Lord Tennyson. The bistro offers an a la carte menu and a fixed price menu. It also serves afternoon teas.
- Sticks'n'Sushi offers the intriguing combination of Japanese and Scandinavian cuisine. This restaurant group originated in Copenhagen, and the concept has quickly become popular, as there are several UK branches.
- For a relaxed atmosphere, head to Brew. Open from 7am – 10pm on Tuesdays through Saturdays and from 7am – 6pm on Sundays and Mondays, this Australian restaurant offers a menu for every time of the day from breakfast through to dinner. This eatery is great for a snack or a full meal.