At Maggie & Rose, we live and breathe good food.
Food is more than fuel: it has the power to spark joy and bring us together, while the choices we make on what we eat, where we source our ingredients and how we cook our food impact both our own wellbeing and the world around us.
We believe in a balanced approach to nutrition, conscious but not too serious – we all need the occasional treat! Our ‘British Brasserie’ style menu uses fresh, seasonal ingredients which are sustainably sourced to create delicious, wholesome dishes that never compromise on taste. Our kitchens are nut-free, our recipes are low in sugar and salt, packing hidden veggies into our pasta sauces and substituting ingredients to ensure our dishes deliver the maximum dose of goodness.
Mealtimes are often about being together – a great time to introduce children to new foods, as well as establishing healthy habits. Grown-ups and little ones eat from the same seasonal menus comprising big and small plates, sharing platters, home-made pizzas and some sweet treats for afters. Our clubhouses serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, boasting an extensive drinks menu with fresh juices and smoothies, a wide selection of hot beverages and even alcoholic drinks for the grown-ups!
Kensington Café
Our charming, shabby chic cafe also includes a juice bar and all manner of delicious snacks and treats throughout the day.
Rustic Cool at Maggie & Rose Kensington Cafe
Chiswick Brasserie
Relax over a coffee while your little one explores our bespoke play area, or book the whole family in for a hearty brunch, healthy lunch or tasty tea together.
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Islington Brasserie
Whether you're stopping by for lunch, brunch or tea, our delicious Brasserie menus boast old favourites and a range of daily specials to suit all the family
Islington Café
Open to all, our Islington Square café is a tailor made pit-stop for little ones and grown-ups seeking to refuel and have time out from their busy day.
Maggie & Rose Cafe Islington Square fresh food family friendly
A ‘naturally balanced’ approach
Our dishes are low in sugar and use natural sweeteners such as honey, maple syrup, molasses and agave, wherever possible.
We use low to no salt, choosing herbs and spices to bring flavour to our dishes.
Our food is only fried when it’s essential – like making our chips extra crispy!
We cater for all tastes and most dietary needs, ensuring our menus are well represented with interesting vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free dishes.
Our kitchens are nut-free, eliminating the risk of allergic reactions to nuts.
Caring for the world around us
Managing our own waste and carbon footprint is as important as our focus on ethical, sustainable and responsible sourcing.
Our clubhouses and cafés offer keep cups as an alternative to disposable cups.
We work hard to reduce food waste, partnering with ‘Too Good To Go’ to enable any leftover dishes to reach a good home at the end of the day.
Great food starts with great ingredients
We source from partners and growers we know and trust, placing emphasis on local, seasonal and British produce, and letting their yield dictate our menu.
Our meat and poultry are always British, and our fish sourced responsibly.
Our pasta is hand-made by award-winning La Tua Pasta, using only the finest quality raw materials and ingredients, with no added preservatives, colourants,
additives or flavour enhancers.
Our coffee is sourced by pioneering East London roasters, Climpson & Sons, from the Daterra Estate in Brazil – the first coffee producers in the world to receive a Level A certificate from The Rainforest Alliance.
We serve Tea Drop’s ethically sourced, expertly grown and hand-picked tea leaves.
Our house water, Belu, is carbon neutral and donates 100% of its profits to the charity WaterAid.