Welcome to Pistachios In The Park

Pistachios In The Park is a chain of welcoming cafes based in
local parks throughout London. Our child friendly cafes offer
a wonderful menu of hot and cold drinks and a variety of healthy food favourites.   We thrive on community spirit and encourage local people to come together through activities and events for all ages, please see our individual cafe notice boards for more information. Finally, don’t forget to take a look at our wooden toys, made from reforested wood and EC regulated; they are on sale at each of our cafes.

To find out more, please click on the Facebook Page

2014 Farmers Markets

The Farmers Markets will be running on the first Saturday of the month at Manor House Gardens and the second Saturday of the month at Hilly Fields. Come and join us for a wonderful day out and try some beautiful local produce.

For more information please see the Farmers Markets website: http://cityandcountryfarmersmarkets.com



Starts at 4pm on the 31st October
Totally free 

spooky festivities
Must come in costume 
Burgers for tea :)

malcolm-hardeeOctober 11th at 7pm

£5 per ticket with free burger:)

From the man who stole Freddie Mercury’s birthday cake

Fun, laughs, winner of Edinburgh Fesitval Malcolm Hardee award and lots of bad fun :)

treasure-huntSunday 5th Oct

from 10.30am


Hunt starts at our cafe and takes you on
a delightful tour

Lots of exciting stuff going on to keep everyone happy

Buy tickets at
more info at



Due to our many events of last week…we have postponed our Macmillan Coffee morning to
This Very Friday 
3rd October Starting at 9am to 11am
Please bring cakes to sell..I will be donating cakes and a percentage of coffee/tea sales

Please come to our coffee morning and have a lovely cake for a small donation…

Theatre Tots and Diddidance Kick off the 2014 Festival




The sun shone all day as did the stars of the Friends of Manor House Gardens..

The local people turned up in droves took their positions in front of the stage and partied till 9 pm.

What a great day ! We can safely say that we …You ! did it again each year is better and gets bigger

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We are pleased to announce that we are Now Open at Coram’s Fields at 93 Guilford Street, WC1 1N

Named after Captain Thomas Coram (c. 1668 – 1751)a

philanthropist who created the London Foundling Hospital to look after unwanted children in Lamb’s Conduit Fields, Bloomsbury. It is said to be the world’s first incorporated charity.

As a great philanthropist Coram was appalled by the many abandoned, homeless children living in the streets of London. On 17 October 1739 he obtained a Royal Charter granted by George II establishing a “hospital for the maintenance and education of exposed and deserted young children.”

When, in the 1920’s the hospital was relocated outside London, the land was sold to a developer who demolished the hospital building itself leaving only the single storey colonnaded Georgian buildings. Following a campaign and lengthy fundraising by local people the land was turned into London’s first public children’s playground. Now known as Coram’s Fields

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  • Contact Our Cafes

    Coram Fields:0208 9431971
    East Greenwich:0208 853 4675
    Frimley Lodge:01252 838 998
    Hampton Wick:0208943 1971
    Hilly Fields:0208 694 3674
    Lady Neville: 01737 370 666
    Manor House Gdns:0208 852 5381
    Palewell Common:0208 487 5649
    Princes Park:01323 417 300
    Sandhurst Memorial:01252 878 574

    To find out more information about our cafés, please visit our individual café pages under Our Cafe's on the main menu.
  • Welcome

    Pistachios In The Park are a chain of cafes based in the South East of England, we provide healthy food and hot and cold drinks, which are locally sourced and “Jamie Oliver friendly” – chips, burgers and other similar unhealthy food are not served.

    We offer a warm and friendly atmosphere for families and friends who like to meet and catch up or relax and unwind.

    Our cafes experience, continual support from local communities and user groups. We organise regular activities including Farmers’ Food Markets, Annual Picnics, Fun Day's and Theme Parties and hold events throughout the year depending on the occasion.

    We also sell wooden trains & educational wooden toys that are made from reforested wood and EC regulated. All of our wooden toys aid in Motor Skills, Coordination and much more and can be incorporated in play activities.

  • Café information

    Cafe Minimum Opening Hours: March to end of October 9 am to 6 pm,
    November to February 9 am to 4 pm. Closed xmas eve, Xmas day and New year's day.
    To find out more information about our cafes, please visit our individual cafe pages under Our Cafe on the main menu.