The Charismatic Café for Quality Coffee

We’re delighted to announce the re-opening of the White House Café at St. Mary’s Gate in Greenwich Park. This charming Grade II listed lodge, has been redecorated and now boasts huge comfy sofas, an activity table for children, baby changing … [Read more...]

Could the new Café Rouge be for you?

Café Rouge Greenwich has always been up there on our list of good local family restaurants. Welcoming and great with the kids, it's never really let us down. However recently, eagle eyed residents among you would have noticed it has had a bit of a … [Read more...]

Need something special for Fathers Day?

Blackheath Cooks have a fun morning planned on Saturday 20th June where children can bring along their Dads, Grandads and Uncles along to make homemade pizza and garlic dough balls to enjoy together around our kitchen table, plus some delicious chocolate … [Read more...]

New Kid Al Pancino

Italian food & coffee lovers hold on to your hats - a little bird tells us that this week or maybe even today.... Al Pancino in Stockwell Street will open. Based on the old Spread Eagle restaurant site this completely refurbished Deli/Cafe and soon to … [Read more...]

Christmas at the Pavilion Café

Join us during the Christmas holidays for some festive treats and warming eats! Greenwich Park is on your doorstep and is a beautiful space for burning off all the energy that the excitement and anticipation of Christmas brings. Here’s what we have … [Read more...]

The Pavilion Café

Spring has finally sprung and it brings with it the refurbishment of the beautiful Pavilion opposite the Royal Observatory at the top of THAT hill that shows no mercy for the buggy-pushers amongst you! Our re-opening, scheduled for the second week of … [Read more...]

Zaibatsu’s the way to do it.

It is certainly not dressed the way you would expect, Zaibatsu on Trafalgar Road is one you could definitely miss. Looking more like a quiet takeaway than a highly functioning Sushi bar you would be forgiven for just walking by.   Thankfully … [Read more...]