Lewis Carroll-Inspired Restaurant Opened at Waterloo Station – The Rosarium

Dive deep in the rabbit hole and discover this newly opened restaurant in The Sidings at Waterloo Station. Taking inspiration from Lewis Carroll’s world, The Rosarium invites you for a dining experience with a Wonderland twist.



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♬ Magical Mystery – Mark Fabian & Alexander Smith


Inspired by Alice’s Adventures

Unit G8, The Sidings, Waterloo Station, London SE1 7BH


The Rosarium London

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Oliver Award nominated immersive theatre show, ‘Alice’s Adventures Underground’ is going to return. The show is back in London soon but this time with a bespoke development by Labyrinth, a new restaurant – The Rosarium – and a soon to be open bar, called Underland come with it.  


The Rosarium


The Rosarium - Central Glass House

Central Glass House – The Rosarium

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The Rosarium is inspired by English Victorian Gardens offering three unique spaces:

The Central Glasshouse with a long central table and show-stopping giant glass Rose decorations.


The Rosarium - Indoor Terrace

Indoor Terrace – The Rosarium

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The light and airy Indoor Terrace with woven lamp shades, whimsical curvy lights, and Alice in Wonderland-inspired paintings.


The Rosarium - Secret Garden

Secret Garden – The Rosarium

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The magical Secret Garden which is hidden away behind gold chain curtains. It’s a small intimate room with a few tables and flowery ceiling as an adding to the enchanted atmosphere.


The Menu


Menu - The Rosarium

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The enchanted dining oasis presents a menu inspired by British classics, however with a twist added. Executive Chef Harvey Ayliffe (Bentley’s, The Ivy West End, Hix…) reimaged the all-time favourite British classics with innovative modern twists and touches.

You’ll find dishes, such as ‘Fish in a Chip with Tartare Hollandise and Peas’ or ‘Roast Kentish Lamb Fillet Rib with Pearl Barley, Broad Bean, Feta & Mint Salad’.


The Rose Garden Dessert at The Rosarium

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As for the desserts, their most popular one will definitely be ‘The Rose Garden’. It’s a beautiful rose-shaped dessert filled with rose-infused raspberry gel with a vanilla mousse, sprinkled with chocolate soil and finished off with roasted pistachios, Turkish delight and edible flowers and rose petals.




Mocktail and Dessert at The Rosarium

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A range of curious cocktails awaits you to try. The signature cocktail menu includes everything from fresh and tropical to smoky and nutty.

The mocktails will not leave you disappointed either. I tried ‘The Rosehip’ that comes with Everleaf Marine, lemon, and Mint leaves. It’s a perfectly refreshing drink in the hot Summer.


Kids Menu


The Rosarium offer a whimsical kids menu with ‘Cheshire Cat Bread’, ‘The Mad Platter’ and ‘Choc-a Pillar Pudding’ just to name a few.


Tiktok, tiktok….Don’t be late! Descent in the rabbit hole and delight your inner child.





Ready for your next adventure? You’ve seen it on TikTok, now you can step into the black and white 2D universe. London’s first 2D candy shop, Candy Baba, has opened this Summer and they’re hosting a 90s themed party at the end of July! Check their social for details.