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Where to eat in Wimbledon

Posted: July 12, 2017 at 1:20 pm

Wimbledon is in full swing and as it is such a short train from The Harrington Collection, that there is no excuse not to go.  Especially after 5 pm when the tickets are much cheaper.  We have put together a few suggestions on places to eat once you have had your fill of rallies,and strawberries and cream.

San Lorenzo

It was a favourite haunt frequented by Sophie Loren (she admired the SL initials on the napkins) and many more famous faces. It still remains a family run Italian business with locations in Knightsbridge and Wimbledon. You’ll be guaranteed a bit of celebrity spotting as Borris Becker is known to be a huge fan. San Lorenzo is located a 5 minute walk from Wimbledon station.

San Lorenzo Wimbledon

The Ivy Café

The Ivy opened in Wimbledon one year ago and it’s been a buzzing location ever since. This is a true fine dining experience but booking in advance is highly recommended. You can visit for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the cocktails are spectacular. Located in the heart of Wimbledon Village The Ivy offers that little extra bit of luxury.

The Ivy Cafe - Wimbledon


This little gem is also located on Wimbledon High Street and is the perfect spot for those meat eaters. This is a steak restaurant with flavours that are unmistakably Argentinian. For the summer months there are tables located outside so you can fully immerse yourself in the Wimbledon sunshine.  Take a trip to Buenos Aires at the Cau.

The Cau

Fox & Grapes

The Fox & Grapes is located at the quiet side of Wimbledon Common on Camp Road. This is an extremely impressive gastro pub run by renowned celebrity chef Paul Merrett and his business partner Greg Bellamy. You’ll find delicious modern English menus with a twist at the Fox & Grapes.

Fox and Grapes Pub

By Jenny Conlon