Located in Totteridge, The Orange Tree should be your first port of call for a delicious three-course meal, a scrumptious lunch, or a sun-drenched cocktail on a sunny day.
Featuring a delicious selection of British classics and Mediterranean inspired dishes that have been expertly selected to accommodate even the fussiest of taste buds, our menus boast a whole host of seasonal plates, as well as an array of cask conditioned ales and fine wines.
Boasting beautiful, stylish interiors, The Orange Tree is perfectly equipped to accommodate all your dining requirements.
Providing the ultimate setting to enjoy plenty of laughter, fun, and quality time with your loved ones, we are also proud to be child friendly - so please feel free to bring your little ones along when you dine with us.
Situated in the heart of Totteridge, The Orange Tree can be accessed via road, on foot, or by public transport.
If you’re travelling by bus, the Transport for London bus 251 towards Edgware or Arnos Grove tube station passes through the village. Route 326 towards Barnet or Brent Cross shopping centre also goes through Totteridge.
By tube, the closest station is Totteridge and Whetstone.
In addition to our magnificent interiors, we also offer a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining all year round.
Located in the old English village of Totteridge, north London, The Orange Tree is surrounded by picturesque, open land, parks, and golf courses, as well as a number of nature reserves.
Darland’s Nature Reserve, Totteridge Green, Totteridge Fields, Dollis Brook, and Folly Brook all provide great spots for walks and exploring the great outdoors. Following the London loop, you can also walk from Barnet to Totteridge without having to step foot on a road. Of course, once you’ve worked up a healthy appetite, you can call into The Orange Tree for a bite to eat and a refreshing drink.
Close by, you’ll also find Hampstead Heath, The Royal Air Force Museum, Kenwood House, and Alexandra Palace. St Andrew’s Church and its famous Yew Tree is also worth a visit – one of the Great Trees of London, it’s said to be between 1,000 and 2,000 years old!
Just a short journey away from the sights and sounds of bustling central London, The Orange Tree is also the perfect place to refresh and refuel after a long day exploring everything the capital has to offer.