Located in the former Estate Smithy, Mr Eddy’s Restaurant and Café offers delicious seasonal hot and cold dishes served daily alongside a variety of cakes, ice-creams, and refreshments.
Sit and relax in the comfortable surroundings newly refurbished for 2018, or take your food with you to enjoy in many of the seated and picnic areas within the gardens. There is also a selection of children’s lunches and high chairs available for younger guests.
You can download Mr Eddy's Restaurant and Café 2018 menu here.
With a longstanding heritage of innovation and quality, Searcys is a prominent hospitality and restaurant group, founded in 1847 by John Searcy, the pastry chef to the Duke of Northumberland. Celebrating 171 years of existence, Searcys continues to champion its British heritage and hospitality excellence. Synonymous with iconic restaurants, champagne bars and memorable events, Searcys manages over 25 venues all over the country, serving menus that reflect the seasons and focusing on the excellence of the homegrown, showcasing the best and most sustainable produce available in the British isles.
Searcys Restaurants: St Pancras Brasserie and Champagne Bar by Searcys, Searcys at the Gherkin, Osteria, Bonfire, The Roman Baths Kitchen, The Pump Room, The Orangery at Blenheim Palace.
Searcys venues: 30 Pavillion Road, Kenwood House, Vintners Hall, 30 Euston Square, Blenheim Palace, The Roman Baths.
Mr Eddy's Tea Rooms
Southampton SO45 1AZ
T: 023 8089 8737
For all catering group enquiries, please contact Aaron Stone on: 02380 898737
The Azalea Room is now available for parties, weddings and private events. For further information please contact
Situated in the heart of the gardens, The Old Tennis Courts offer a selection of light refreshments and ice-creams with an outside seating area. Seasonal opening, ask at the Visitors Entrance for details.
The Five Arrows Gallery is situated within the gardens, just a short stroll from the Herbaceous Garden. Here visitors can enjoy drinks and snacks in a lovely open air location from April to May, conveniently situated within Exbury’s exhibition space. Flower displays and art exhibitions are showcased here throughout our open season.