Cafes in Wimbledon Village
Opening on 1 June 2016, The Ivy Café, set in one's heart of Wimbledon Village into the area previously occupied by Barclays Bank, will offer you a nearby, friendly and neighbourly environment, with accessible all-day dining for all those residing, working and buying in the area.
The WVBA is happy that such an iconic brand name has plumped for Wimbledon Village with regards to their after that endeavor and further demonstrates that broad appeal that Wimbledon Village provides.
Richard Hunter, WVBA Chairman commented that, ’ we have been active in promoting Wimbledon Village as commercial and retail location, we're delighted the Ivy Café recognise Wimbledon Village as such a destination. Its a good begin to 2016 the neighborhood.’
The Ivy Café will feature an all-day café-style menu providing morning meal, elevenses, meal, light treats, cream beverage, cocktails, weekend brunch and dinner, making sure there will be something being offered for many occasions. Anticipate dishes including the Ivy Café’s shepherd’s cake – slow-braised lamb shoulder with beef and Keen’s Cheddar potato mash; chicken liver parfait – caramalised hazelnut, cherry and Szechuan pepper compote, toasted ciabatta; and lobster risotto with fennel, lemon and tomato. The selection also feature an array of special cocktails, including some classics served with a-twist created by The Ivy Collection’s government club manager, Jeremy Evans. Top tipples from menu feature ‘The Ivy Café Royale’ – hibiscus gin, sloe infusion, rose-water, Crémant and ‘London Spritz’ – earl grey gin, lemon and lime oleo sacchurum, Cocchi Americano, Prosecco, soda.
For all those searching for an area of al fresco dining, there will be an attractive garden terrace, hidden away behind the restaurant on a lawn floor, offering somewhere of relaxed out of the hustle of busy Wimbledon Village.
The exclusive dining area, situated over the main restaurant on first-floor, will seat up to 20 friends and gives a range of menus produced especially because of the Ivy Collection’s exec chef, Sean Burbidge. Providing the perfect setting for private events, the space could be hired for a morning break fast conference, working meal, products and canapé reception or celebratory dinner.
Contributing to the appeal of leafy Wimbledon Village, The Ivy Café are going to be intimate and calm, holding back a proportion of tables for walk-ins, permitting locals to drop in each day at their leisure, seven days per week.