The Italian Gardens Cafe in Kensington Gardens is the perfect spot to sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful 150-year old ornamental Italian Gardens.
Broad Walk Cafe in Kensington Gardens offers speciality coffee and teas along with homemade cakes, pastries and a range of delis on artisan breads.
The Albert Memorial Kiosk is a seasonal kiosk open from Easter until the end of September serving high quality food and freshly ground speciality coffee.
Palace Gate Kiosk, located on the south end of the Broad Walk, offers a range of freshly made baguettes on artisan breads, salads and speciality coffee.
The Rolls Royce of ice cream vans can be found situated at the Italian Gardens whilst on the Broad Walk in front of Kensington Palace you will find the world’s first battery powered ice cream van.
The baroque Orangery, located next to Kensington Palace in Kensington Gardens, was built in 1704-5 for Mary's younger sister, Anne, who became Queen when William died. Today, it is a restaurant.