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 Café San Remo

Park Cafés by People Who Love Parks

We realise that each park is a very special place that has its own unique character and atmosphere, which is why you will find that no two San Remo cafés are the same. We work very hard to create cafés that fit into the park they are part of and reflect that park's character and most of all meet the park visitor's expectations and needs.

We do not believe in the one size fits all approach of some of the chain coffee shops and cafés you find on the high street. In our cafés you will find cakes and fresh bread made locally and chef's specials that really are the chef's special dishes! What you will find that is consistent through all of our cafés is a warm welcome from all of our staff and great value to make your visit fun while not breaking the bank. Regular customers can also take advantage of our Loyalty Card scheme.

Ruislip Lido Cafe Interior
Ruislip Lido Café
Black Park Cafe Interior
Black Park Café
Langley Park Tearoom
Langley Park Tearooms
Northala Fields Cafe
Northala Fields Café
Brent Lodge Park Cafe
Brent Lodge Park Café
Tooting Bec Common Cafe
Tooting Bec Common Café
Cutteslowe Park Kiosk
Cutteslowe Park Kiosk
Florence Park Cafe Exterior
Florence Park Cafe Exterior
Rose Hill: A new community centre in Oxford with its own café area and in-house Café San Remo branch. [HD]
Hanwell Community Centre Cafe Interior
Hanwell Community Centre Café

Cafe and Kiosk daily menus and specials vary according to the branch type and location.

All branches have a range of hot and cold drinks, cakes, snacks and ice cream.

Allergen information is available both on-line and at our branches.

Several of our locations also take bookings for parties or events.

Please see the individual café or kiosk websites for more detail.

Ruislip Lido Café

The Café is situated in a new Woodland Centre building by a beach and children's Splash Pad play area on the far side of the 60 acre lake at the Lido, which is surrounded by more than 700 acres of woodland in what must be one of the most idyllic locations in Northwest London. What better way to end a pleasant walk than with coffee and a cake on the terrace, watching the sun go down over the lake! The more energetic can try the new outdoor gym.

Completed in July 2013, the Café includes air-conditioned inside dining and outside terrace and decked seating areas.

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Black Park Café and Kiosk

Located near Wexham, between Slough and Iver, Black Park is 535 acres of majestic pine forest, wild heath land and a beautiful landscape lake, on the banks of which sits our café. Just a five minute walk from the car park and a one minute walk to the fantastic children's adventure play area, our Café is at the heart of this busy and exciting park and offers both inside dining and an outside terrace seating area overlooking the lake. Black Park Café is a great destination for families on a day out or for tea and cake while strolling around the lake.

We also operate a smaller Kiosk located adjacent to the Go Ape Experience, which includes the Forest Adventure high ropes course, Forest Biking mountain bike hire and Forest Segway experience.

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Langley Park Tearooms

Located near Iver Heath, between Langley, Iver and Slough, Langley Park is one of Buckinghamshire's biggest hidden treasures, with 100's of acres of gardens, woodland, parkland, and farmland to explore.

The Langley Park Tearoom is located in a beautifully extended and updated eco-building very close to the main car park and next to the Temple Gardens, an early Edwardian Rhododendron garden that has undergone a major restoration back to it's former glory.

The Tearoom is a great starting or finishing point for your exploration of this fantastic park and has both interior seating and outside seating which overlooks the Temple Gardens.

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Northala Fields Café

The Café occupies a purpose-built building in this multi-award winning park in West London, which features four large mounds, the tallest of which, at 72ft / 22m, affords excellent all-round views across London and the surrounding area.

Opened in 2008, the site was originally used as playing fields, but had become neglected. Ealing Council purchased the land for redevelopment into parkland. This was paid for by allowing spoil from the redevelopment of the original Wembley Stadium and White City Shopping Centre to be deposited into 4 large mounds, which were then landscaped. There are also 6 interlinked lakes, plus wildlife habitats and fishing, play areas, walking and cycle ways.

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Brent Lodge Park Café

The Café is located in a newly renovated building in this urban countryside park in Hanwell, West London (also known locally as the 'Bunny Park') which is bordered by the River Brent on the west and south sides.

With modern playground facilities and the millennium maze for children, the Park also has extensive grassed areas, many veteran trees along the river as well as other grand trees making it a great place to spot wildlife in many forms.

Within the site there is a grade 2 listed stable block which is all that remains of the old manor house, which burned down in the 1930’s. There is also an Animal Centre  which houses birds, mammals and domestic species with a butterfly house which is open April - Sept.

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Tooting Bec Common Café

The Café is situated in a historic Victorian building in this urban oasis in Wandsworth, South London, which features woodland, a lake, lido and open common land.

For generations Tooting Bec Common has been a meeting place for the people in the area. It is an excellent place to relax, admire the local wildlife or have lunch in the café. In the warmer months the common plays host to regular festivals, community events and music concerts. Part of ancient common land which used to stretch as far as Mitcham, the area is now administered by Wandsworth Council who maintain it and the adjacent Tooting Graveney Common.

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Cutteslowe Park Kiosk, Oxford

The Kiosk is located in a renovated building in this North Oxford countryside park which at 42 hectares is the largest in Oxford.

Under an agreement with Oxford City Council, the Kiosk in Cutteslowe Park underwent a complete renovation and refurbishment in 2015 to begin a new life as a Café San Remo branch. There is also a covered seating area for our customers immediately next to the building.

We are also operating the adjacent Crazy Croc's Mini-Golf and next-door Tennis Courts both of which can also be booked and paid for at the Kiosk.

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Florence Park Café, Oxford

The Café occupies a refurbished building in this East Oxford park, which is a short walk from Cowley. The park has varied leisure activities on offer for the whole family and was opened in 1934 after the land was presented to the City by Councillor F.E. Moss in memory of his sister Florence. A plaque commemorating this event can be found on the original gates.

In 2015, the Café in Florence Park underwent a complete refurbishment, following an agreement with the City Council, to become another Café San Remo branch. There is inside seating for our customers and further outside seating immediately next to the building.

We also manage the nearby Mini-Golf and Tennis Courts both of which can also be booked and paid for at the Café.

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Rose Hill Community Centre, Oxford

This Oxford community centre brings together a brand new state-of-the-art gym, meeting and conference facilities, social club, advice centre, youth suite, health hub and changing facilities, plus its own Café San Remo Branch which opened in August 2016. Watch the video in the box-out section, courtesy of Rose Hill News Online.

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Hanwell Community Centre, Ealing

Housed in the impressive historical site of the former Central London District School once attended by Charlie Chaplin, Hanwell Community Centre in West London boasts unique indoor sports facilities, specialist craft rooms, training and education suites and bookable corporate venues, plus, it's own San Remo Café which opened in January 2017.

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