The Southwark Cathedral Cafe is the ideal place to have tea after touring the Cathedral or relax with friends over lunch

We are delighted to announce the the Southwark Cathedral Cafe will reopen on Friday 31 July with new opening hours (please see below).

We are proud to support local suppliers from Borough Market and surrounds to offer a vibrant and contemporary cafe experience.

A number of our suppliers are walking distance from the Cathedral, including the following;

  • Bread Ahead
  • Extract Coffee
  • Ted's Veg
  • Canton Loose Leaf Tea
  • The Ginger Pig
  • England Preserves
  • Brindisa
  • Boutinot Wine
  • Fourpure Brewery Co.

We bake all our scones, tarts and traybakes onsite, together with home-made soup, sandwiches and a changing menu of lunchtime food.

Freshly squeezed juices, smoothies, local beer and wine are available, with loose leaf tea and Extract coffee.

Every purchase goes to help to support the life and ministry of Southwark Cathedral.

Menu

Morning

  • Pastries from Bread Ahead
  • Extract coffee and Canton loose leaf tea
  • Home made lemonade
  • Soft drinks
  • Local beer and selection of wine by the glass

Lunch

  • A selection of Sandwiches

Savouries to include:

  • Pork and leek sausage rolls
  • Bruschetta
  • Spinach, pumpkin and feta pastries
  • Seasonal savoury tarts
  • Reportoire of seasonal and abundant salads
  • Home made soup

Afternoon

  • Home made scones, cakes, tarts and tray bakes
  • Glass of wine, olives and nibbles

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday

10.00am - 4.30pm

Saturday & Sunday

10.00am - 5.00pm

Access and Toilets

The Southwark Cathedral Cafe toilets are reached by a set of winding stone steps. Accessible toilets with, baby-changing facilities, can be found on the ground floor at the west end of Lancelot's Link. 

The Southwark Cathedral Cafe is accessible for wheelchair users and visitors with pushchairs through the Millenium Courtyard entrance on the north side of the Cathedral.

Contact Details

You can contact the Southwark Cathedral Cafe by telephone on 020 7367 6728 or by email