About The Rosendale
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About the restaurant
Occupying the former premises of a Victorian West Dulwich coaching inn down Rosendale Road, The Rosendale is another addition to Three Cheers Pub Co.'s excellent stable of public houses, restaurants and gastropubs. The focus is on seasonal, sustainable, and simple British cuisine, enjoyed in elegant surrounds with plenty of fine wine, craft beer and real ale, plus delicious cocktails. With outdoor seating available alongside a range of fun activities, a trip to The Rosendale is perfect for groups of friends and families.
The Rosendale in London’s West Dulwich, like all of Three Cheers Pub Co.'s classic venues, is bursting with opportunities for fine dining and drinking. This elegant tavern is set in a gorgeous Victorian-era coaching inn along Rosendale Road, and has several sumptuous areas for casual dining or private functions. Inside and upstairs, two lavish dining rooms beg to be hired out for your next party. The East Room can comfortably accommodate up to 40 people for a canapé or cocktail reception, or 20 seated at the antique chestnut and walnut dining table for a sumptuous dinner event. The West Room is far larger, with room for 160 standing and 100 seated. Both rooms are equipped for a party, with facilities for music. Combine the two and The Rosendale will provide you with a mobile bar.
Move outdoors and enjoy The Rosendale’s sumptuous, sculpted gardens. The Summer Garden has a children’s’ play area and full-table service so you can keep an eye on the wee ones while you enjoy your meal, while the Side Garden features table tennis, table football and a boules pitch for the mums and dads to get playful. Meanwhile, The Terrace is a no-fuss outdoor pub area perfect for sharing pints with mates. The Rosendale’s menus are bursting with the fine British cuisine we’ve come to expect from Three Cheers Pub Co.'s London venues. Here in West Dulwich, The Rosendale offers meals centred on free-range chicken, pork and lamb sourced from Renaissance’s own farm in the English countryside. Artisanal pizzas made with British charcuterie and cheeses just beg to be matched with a cold pint or a glass of The Rosendale’s award-winning wine. The Rosendale down Rosendale Road is a stellar example of what British gastropubs can achieve.