Food and Beverage


The Roehampton Club Christmas Hampers are flying off the shelf, don’t miss out on your order for Christmas or New Year as these make the perfect gift. Boxing Day collection available.

We also have a new Takeaway Menu available.  No prepping, no cooking, no hassle, Executive Chef Arnaud has created an individually portioned menu selection for eating at home.  Available for collection Monday- Saturday 11am-4pm.  Order by 2pm previous day for a next-day collection.

We have a click and collect wine list available over the Christmas period.  And the Roehampton Club Gin in a special 120-year anniversary presentation box is also available for £45 each. Cheaper if you use your levy!

To order any of the above, please email

A reminder that the Piazza Coffee Shop will remain open for take away refreshments on Boxing Day, 9am – 4pm.

Looking after the Club’s Environment

It has indeed been a challenging year in many ways and for many people. However a positive story is the Club’s continued emphasis on environmental and sustainability processes and policies.

The Grounds Department under the careful guidance of Peter Bradburn Course and Grounds Manager, leads the way in this.

◊ Recycling- all organic waste materials from golf, tennis, croquet and gardens are recycled at our composting facility on the golf course to produce compost which is then used on landscaping projects within the gardens and golf course areas

◊ We employ a waste 2 water recycling unit to reduce the amount of water we use for washing Grounds machinery and equipment.

◊ The waste cardboard for the whole Club is flattened and stored at the maintenance compound and removed from site for recycling by Grundon

◊ Waste oil (including filters) from servicing our machinery, batteries and waste metals are stored and collected from our mechanics section so these materials are recycled and does not enter the waste stream

◊ All plant pots from our flower supplies are collected and returned to the same supply after they are empty so that plastic isn’t included into the waste stream.

◊ We have sunk a bore hole on the estate so that we harvest ground water and use this within the irrigation system and supplement at least a third of the watering needs of the sports surfaces this way

◊ We have also been updating the irrigation software and pumping systems to improve efficiency of the system reducing wastage of water

◊ We also grow some vegetable and herbs on site for the food and beverage section to utilize

Other initiatives the Club has invested in are:

◊ Electric car chargers – that can be used by all types of hybrid and electric cars are now available for Member use in the Members and Visitors’ Car Parks. The three 7kW pod-point chargers, each have 2 charge points for a total of 6 usable charge stations

◊ Waste is now split across the Club into mixed recyclables, general waste and food waste with 0% of our waste going to landfill

◊ From 2021 the aim is for all the kitchen’s food waste to go into the Grounds area to be turned into compost.

◊ We strive to use local suppliers where we can to reduce carbon footprint

◊ Water bottles for all Members – to replace single use plastic cups

◊ Installation of solar panels on the Indoor Pool roof to contribute savings to the Health Club’s electricity bills

◊ Utilities audits – with the aim of reducing our water usage, early leak detection and reducing our electric and gas consumption

The Club’s long-term strategy is to reduce the Club’s carbon footprint and use renewal energy in the future. If you would like to join the Club’s Environmental Committee or to contribute your ideas please contact Simon Baker, General Manager, at or David Burditt, Board Director with responsibility for Environment and Sustainability at

Nicki Davis, Operations Manager – Food, Beverage and Events |