Where To Eat
Walking around the park can work up quite an appetite, Yorkshire Wildlife Park has many great places to eat and drink, from a quick bite in Safari Cafe to spicy South American food in ¡Caramba!
Masai Coffee House
Nestled in the woodlands, the brand new Masai Coffee House is our very own slice of Africa right here in Yorkshire. Located adjacent to the Giraffe reserve, Masai Coffee House is fantastic for enjoying a nice cup of fair trade coffee and a quick lunch while you stop for a breather and enjoy the scenery.
Monkey Playhouse & Cafe
The cafe in Monkey Playhouse is a great place to grab a quick bite to eat and let your little monkeys enjoy some time running around in the play area. Try our our new Monkey Playhouse Special Burger, we promise you won’t be disappointed!
Add a touch of spice to your day at ¡Caramba! Located near South America Viva, ¡Caramba! has a range of South American cuisine for everyone to enjoy, from fantastic burritos to mouth watering nachos! So if you want something a little different for lunch, why not head on over to ¡Caramba!
Safari Cafe is part of our Safari Village, free to enter, Safari Cafe is a great place to grab a coffee with friends, enjoy breakfast listening to the lions roar or get a quick bite to eat.
Located in our African Tsavo lodge, Tsavo Bakehouse provides you with delicious hot pastries, sandwiches, pasta and much more! Open everyday throughout Summer, weekends and school holidays during Autumn, Winter and Spring (weather permitting).
Fancy a light bite? Why not head on over to Donut Den near Leopard Heights, selling hot drinks, popcorn, donuts and snacks! (Open dependent on weather).
Want to bring your own food? YWP has a variety of different picnic areas throughout the park, we even have a new undercover pyramid picnic area located near the Big Bugs Play Area. Picnics may only be eaten in the designated picnic areas and not in any of the Park’s food outlets. Food and drink may not be taken into any of the walkthrough animal areas.
Special Dietary Requirements
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