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Restaurant FAQs

Frequently asked questions about Match Day Dining at Lord's Cricket Ground

Restaurant FAQs

What is the dress code?

The dress code is smart/casual. Smart jeans are acceptable, but not ripped jeans, flip flops or trainers.

Which restaurants can I book if I am not an MCC member?

The Thomas Lord Suite, Harris Garden and MCC Cricket Academy are open to MCC Members and the general public for international matches.

The Sir Pelham Warner Restaurant is open to MCC Members and guests for international and T20 matches; however it is open to the general public for county matches.

MCC Members have a priority booking period, until Monday 10 February 2014 when we will be open to the general public.

Will I receive restaurant tickets?

The Thomas Lord Suite is the only ticketed restaurant, for all others please bring along your confirmation letter on the day.

Are children/babies allowed in the restaurant?

Yes – although we do not offer a children’s menu. Please do let us know if you require a high chair in advance so we can accommodate this. We also ask that you are mindful of the other diners.

Dietary requirements?

We try to accommodate all dietary requirements, please inform us of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

Do you have lift access?

There is no lift access to the Warner stand or Warner restaurant – there are two flights of stairs up to the restaurant.

All other restaurants have lift access or are at ground level.

How do I reserve a table?

Please call the restaurant reservation line on 020 7616 8563 or email

What is the maximum table size I can book?

The maximum table size is for six people in all our restaurants.

What time is breakfast served from?

Breakfast is served from gate opening time until 10:45am

What happens if it rains?

If it rains your restaurant reservation will go ahead as normal as play will not be abandoned until late in the afternoon by which time breakfast and lunch will have passed.

There are no refunds for restaurant bookings should play be delayed or abandoned due to adverse weather conditions.

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