Food & Drink
Currently we are running a cashless bar. A small selection of sandwiches, snacks and cakes is available from the bar.
As there is limited seating in the foyer you are welcome to take drinks/snacks bought on the premises into the auditorium though food may not be eaten during the performance. You are not allowed to bring your own food and drink into Cadogan Hall.
Interval ice cream
Ice creams will be on sale at most concerts to purchase in the interval in the main foyer.
ENCORE Members’ Discounts
Members get 15% off house wines and seasonal offers on food on presentation of their ENCORE membership card.
Some local restaurants offer pre- and post-concert menus for Cadogan Hall patrons. Please check with the restaurant for offer availability and opening times beforehand and ensure you quote ‘Cadogan Hall’ when booking.
If you have access requirements, we suggest using AccessAble to search for local facilities that will meet your needs.
50-52 Sloane Square
Tel: 020 7730 2804
Inspired by the great boulevard cafés of Paris, Colbert serves a classic Parisian café menu all day until late, perfect for before or after Cadogan Hall events.
Tel: 020 7730 0077
7-12 Sloane Square
Tel: 020 7881 5999
A contemporary take on the classic Parisian brasserie; Côte offers simple, freshly prepared French food & relaxed all-day dining in elegant surroundings.
87 Pimlico Road
0207 730 3663
A neighbourhood Italian restaurant balancing gourmet dishes with a sophisticated atmosphere. Owned by husband and wife team Giuseppe and Pamela Turi, with Head Chef Massimo Tagliaferri at the helm, specialising in using ingredients not often seen outside their traditional region in Italy.
83-85 Duke of York Square
Tel: 020 7730 3366
Le Chinois Restaurant and Bar
Millennium Hotel London Knightsbridge
17 Sloane Street
Tel: 020 7235 4377
The Thomas Cubitt
44 Elizabeth Street
Tel: 020 7730 6060
This British Gastropub is set over three unique and beautifully designed floors. In our restaurant, we source the best British meat and finest veg to ensure that the classic English tradition of a Sunday Roast couldn’t get any better. In our bar, we have carefully selected a list that brings together some amazing small and boutique producers to provide over 30 wines by the glass.
1 Wilbraham Place
Tel: 020 7730 7634
Located opposite Cadogan Hall, Kahani combines luxe, seductively lit interiors with a high-class, yet inclusive dining experience. The finest seasonal and traditional British ingredients are brought to life with heady spices and culinary techniques associated with Indian cooking. The result is the very best in Indian food.
37 Pimlico Road
Tel: 020 7881 9844
The Alfred Tennyson Pub, Belgravia
10 Motcomb Street
Tel: 020 7730 6074
With sustainably sourced food and drink available from its extensive menu, the Alfred Tennyson Pub is a bustling British gastropub with a relaxed atmosphere. The restaurant locally and seasonally sources the best British meat and finest veg to ensure that the classic English tradition of a Sunday Roast couldn’t get any better.
Granger & Co., Chelsea
237 Pavilion Road
Granger & Co. brings Sydney-style dining to London. With a menu of globally inspired dishes, this beautifully designed restaurant takes a relaxed and generous approach to all-day dining; an elegant spot to enjoy drinks and small plates at the marble-topped bar, to a full meal pre or post a Cadogan event with friends.
La Poule au Pot
231 Ebury Street
French restaurant La Poule au Pot’s alluring interior offers an authentic re-creation of “paysan” France. In warmer months, the extensive outdoor seating area makes the restaurant one of the most desirable al fresco destinations in the capital.
The Sloane Street Deli
162B Sloane Street
Serving takeaway or sit-in breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and all things in between, made with a wonderfully diverse range of delicious and seasonal ingredients. Open seven days a week, we offer freshly-made pastries, cakes, salads and sushi amongst other deli classics.
The Antelope Pub
22 Eaton Terrace
Tel: 020 7824 8512
Head to The Antelope for traditional English pub food.
(Please note: these eating establishments are local to Cadogan Hall and are not affiliated to or endorsed by the Hall in any way. Offers are solely at the discretion of the restaurant. Cadogan Hall is not responsible for the content on their websites.)