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Café Duke

Café Duke was created from the original washrooms for officers of the United Services Club. The room has retained its original features to showcase its unique and quirky architecture, while also becoming a modern business hub for members.

Award-winning caterers Benugo will be responsible for the new menu with an emphasis on fresh, locally sourced and seasonal fare. Benugo runs the restaurants at some of London’s most iconic landmarks including the V&A Museum, English National Opera, British Museum and Regent’s Park.

Whether you want to simply pop in to answer some emails or arrange to meet clients, Café Duke can cater to your requirements. 

Café Duke relaunch FAQs


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Opening hours 
Mon-Fri: 8am-8pm
Exc. UK public holidays

Food service
All day: 10am-5pm
Last food order

Menus
Café Duke menu

Contact us
020 7451 3347
Café Duke enquiry


Café Duke relaunch

Café Duke has been transformed into a contemporary, vibrant space to work, meet, dine and drink.

Come down to the new-look Café Duke which offers a range of delicious hot and cold food from its brand-new counter. 

The café’s relaxed atmosphere and quirky interior boasts a new layout and soft furnishings as well as improved acoustics, but the key addition is its focus on ‘grab and go’ meals, suited to those with a busy, on-the-move lifestyle. You can expect...

  • Fresh sandwiches, snacks and hot and cold drinks that can be taken away or eaten in
  • A range of daily specials with a focus on seasonal produce
  • A quirky interior with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere

Private events

If you are looking to hire an unusual venue to hold a dinner, networking event or drinks reception, Cafe Duke's could provide you with the ideal setting. This unique venue was used as the filming location for the blockbuster Batman movie The Dark Knight and the TV drama Downton Abbey.

Events hire enquiry | 020 7451 3107.

Contact us

Give us a call on:
020 7451 3347

Send us an email on:
Café Duke enquiry