Cafes, Restaurants, Shops

Facilities in and around Evelina London Children's Hospital

Play areas

There are play areas in the wards with games, books, computers, TV and music centres.

In the outpatients department on the ground floor there are lots of toys and games and a large helter skelter slide.


The Evelina London pharmacy is on the ground floor of Evelina London. More information is on the pharmacy pages.

There's also a Sainsbury's pharmacy in St Thomas' Hospital where families can buy toiletries and over-the-count medicines.

There is also wide range of shops and services available right next door in St Thomas' Hospital. 

View access guide to the pharmacy to help you get around the hospital.






AMT coffee

There is an AMT café in our hospital (third floor, atrium), serving drinks and food.

Opening hours:

  • Monday-Friday, 6.30am-6.30pm
  • Saturday 8am-3.45pm
  • Sunday 8.30am-3.45pm.

There is also an AMT coffee shop at St Thomas' Hospital, open 24 hours, seven days a week.

View access guide for AMT coffee to help you get around.





There are also vending machines located across the hospital.

Cafés and shops at St Thomas'

There are more cafés, shops and facilities at neighbouring St Thomas' Hospital. Find out more below.

Facilities at St Thomas' Hospital

If you're visiting Guy's Hospital, you can find out about the shops and services available there on the Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust website.

Access guides

View access guides to the hospital to help you get around.


Shops in the local area

Waterloo train station has shops and cash points.

Nearby Lower Marsh, has a range of shops and chemists.

On Belvedere Road (opposite St Thomas' Hospital, behind County Hall) there are a number of restaurants and cafés.

Pop-up shops and stalls

There are often fundraising stalls in St Thomas' Hospital, selling cakes, books and second hand goods. Keep an eye open for these events.

The Book People also regularly hold book sales, selling books for all the family at discounted prices. Look out for them in the birdsong corridor at St Thomas'.