A Look at the Food & Drink Served up at Wimbledon 2024

As we head into the final week of this year's Wimbledon tournament, we spotlight some of the food and beverage on offer to visitors across the tennis event venue.

As ever those enjoying Hospitality access to the tennis will be treated to a much more premium offering with menus served up by Michelin Star chefs such as Michel Roux Jr, Marcus Wareing and Tom Sellers. Roux Jr has put together a tasting menu at Le Gavroche at The Lawn, a location that also boasts prime viewing for Centre Court. Other exclusive venues include the Rosewater Pavilion, private suites for guests where you'll find British influenced four-course a la carte menus, canapés and afternoon tea. A drinks menu of specially selected premium wines, Champagne and bespoke cocktails accompanies the food too.

A more casual, yet equally premium dining experience can be found at The Treehouse - offering roaming small plates served throughout the day in a more flexible informal space with no set seating. Despite the relaxed environment, the food served is still of Michelin-star standard, from menus developed by renowned chef Tom Sellers, chef and owner of London's Restaurant Story.

For those outside of Hospitality, there are plenty of options for both dining and drinking too. You'll find a relaxed environment, serving a variety of classic Brasserie dishes at the Centenary Brasserie. There's then the Centenary Seafood Bar, offering elegant seafood options with impressive views across the Southern courts. The Wingfield then champions seasonal British produce, offering a dining experience with views across the Tea Lawn.

If you're after something quick and easy, there's plenty of on-the-go options to pick up around the grounds including Champagne bars, fish & chips and of course strawberries and cream too.

One thing that's made the news this year from the tournament is the increase in price of drinks across the venue. A glass of Pimms, a symbolic drink of the Wimbledon tournament, has now risen to nearly £10, whilst a pint of Stella from tournament sponsors Stella Artois will set you back £8.50, up from £7.55 last year.

More information on all the food and drink on offer at Wimbledon can be found here.