The Garden Pavilion at Chiswick House & Gardens

Celebrate the return of long-awaited social dining with friends, family and colleagues at The Garden Pavilion, our new pop-up dining experience.

Timed with the easing of lockdown, and the much longed for opportunity to reconnect with friends and family, The Garden Pavilion at Chiswick House opens on 29th May until 27th August 2021.

The Garden Pavilion is a collaboration between Chiswick House and our caterer Food Show, who have worked alongside some of the most celebrated chefs such as Jason Atherton and exclusive and prestigious venues throughout the UK and Europe.

The fine-dining restaurant will offer a prix-fixe 2-3 course British menu for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, with high quality, fresh and seasonal produce from our Kitchen Garden. To accompany the dining menu, Food Show’s expert sommelier has crafted a tasty wine list including English sparkling wine.

Inspired by Chiswick House’s spectacular grounds, the interiors of The Garden Pavilion will bring the outside in, along with embracing quintessentially British themes in a fresh and exciting way. Think festoon lighting, twilight trees and floral decorations, culminating in a space that effortlessly encapsulates the natural beauty of the gardens and the English countryside as a whole – intimate and welcoming.

At a time when long-awaited family gatherings and social celebrations are at the forefront of everyone’s plans, this new addition to West London’s eating and drinking scene gives locals and visitors alike a sophisticated and memorable destination to enjoy over the summer and early autumn months.

The Garden Pavilion, along with Chiswick House and The Conservatory, is also available to hire for ceremonies, celebrations, family gatherings, corporate events and magical weddings.

As the nation slowly reopens, embrace the opportunity to experience one of Britain’s most stunning buildings and gardens this summer, as The Garden Pavilion at Chiswick House makes its long-awaited debut.

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