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You can now book a table using our online booking form;
Contact us or call 0113 269 1000.
0113 269 1000
The Garden Room
The Garden Room restaurant isn’t just about our gorgeous location in The Mansion at Rounday Park, it’s about using fine local ingredients to make outstanding local food.
Click here to read our Frequently Asked Questions.
Our diners can enjoy their food in the confines of our recently refurbished restaurant at one of the highest points in Roundhay Park. The views from our café/restaurant encompass lakes, woodland and 700 acres of the finest parkland in Leeds!
If you are coming to us via car, you will be able to park on Mansion Lane just outside. Visit this page to get exact directions from your location to our café. If you are coming via public transport the closest buses can be found here - First , Metro .
Our clientele range from the walkers of the park to diners coming for a special meal, and lots more in-between. That’s why we have developed a broad menu, though you can be sure that our ingredients are the highest quality whatever your dish, we even list our main suppliers here !
Throughout the week you can order from our Main Menu , which has our sandwich options, afternoon tea, brunch and a whole host of cakes and desserts, or our seasonal a la carte which has a range of starters, main courses and desserts to choose from.
If you don’t fancy any food, we can still offer you a drink (warm or cold) overlooking the park. We have an outdoor terrace area which is perfect for a relaxing glass of wine with friends or better still, a chilled glass of prosecco in the park!
Our restaurant is very popular with our diners, as seen by being given the “certificate of excellence” by TripAdvisor, as voted for by actual customers! Due to this we can get busy, especially during our Sunday Lunch Service ( menu here! ), so to avoid any disappointment why not book a table? We have made it easy to do with our online system, follow the link to our table booking form .
Please note: In the case of allergies we do not guarantee that any item will be free of any specified allergens. Dine and its associated operating companies will never offer an undertaking that anything served will be free of any allergen. Please do not rely on any information, verbal or otherwise to the contrary.
For full details of our opening hours, please click here
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the Garden Room?
The Garden Room is the restaurant in the Mansion, our venue on the north side of Roundhay Park, just minutes from the centre of Leeds.
The Garden Room has close access to the original conservatory, which now features a charming tiny museum about the history of Roundhay. Our restaurant features a fantastic terrace, with a 70 acre sweep down to the large lake, and just 2 minutes' stroll to the smaller lake.
When is the Garden Room restaurant open?
During winter, the Garden Room is open 10am to 4pm. From March, it's open 10am to 5.30pm.
The Garden Room is ideal for daytime events like parties and anniversaries, as they fit perfectly with the restaurant's opening hours.
What's the capacity of the Garden Room?
During opening hours, we'd suggest a limit of around 25 people, if guests are to be seated at tables.
However, on rare occasions, the Garden Room may be available for private hire outside of its usual opening hours (although not for weddings). For evening private hire, it can seat up to 60.
How often do the menus change at the Garden Room?
Generally they change seasonally, so around 4 times a year. Have a look at our regular menu and our Winter a la Carte Menu . We try to source locally-produced ingredients that are in season. We've even interviewed our favourite suppliers so you can find out more about how your food gets to your table at the Garden Room.
Other Events at the Garden Room
If you would like to hire out our venue for private dining (groups of 20+), then give our restaurant a call on 0113 269 1000, email email@example.com or speak to a member of staff at the restaurant.