Always made from seasonal fresh vegetables

From-a-farm green salad
Lemon, olive oil vinaigrette

Moorside salad

House-smoked salmon plate


All sandwiches come with a choice of soup or salad.

The Classic
White ham, cheddar cheese, mayonnaise, dijon, baguette

The Montreal
Smoked meat, yellow mustard, pickle, rye bread

The Chelsea
Grilled zucchini, tapenade, tomato, greens, aïoli, multigrain

Ploughman’s lunch
Cheeses, cold meats, egg, tomato, Branston pickle, cottage bread

Quiche of the day
Served with salad

Cook's plate
Ask your server (market price)


Sweet of the day

Kingsmere Chocolate

Cake of the Day

Selection of five little pastries

Summer Fruit

Indulge yourself in afternoon tea with each and every item chosen for taste and quality. Served all day.


Finger sandwiches

Cucumber and cream cheese

House smoked salmon

Egg mayonnaise

Sandwich of the day

Scones Made in House
accompanied by Devonshire cream
and home-made raspberry jam

Petit Fours
chef selection of sweet pastries

Tea for One
Includes one 470mL pot of tea
or one coffee beverage of choice

Tea for Two
Includes two 470mL pots of tea or
one 700mL pot of tea or two coffee beverages of choice


Home-made jam $1
Devonshire cream $1
House made scone each $2
Petit Four each $2



(all our loose leaf teas are carefully
sourced and organic)

Earl Grey
Sri Lanka
black | bergamot

Darjeeling Giddapahar - 2nd flush
West Bengal
‘Champagne’ of teas | Muscatel

Fuding Mao Jian Green Tea
young leaves | herbaceous | exotic fruit

North India
black | tannin | structured

Rooibos safari
South Africa
fruit explosion | summer

Lemon and Ginger
Cha Yi blend
lemon peel | ginger | ayurvedic

Cha Yi blend
Assam | cardomom | cinnamon | black

Tea of the Month
Featuring special blends from all over the world


Mother’s Day May 14th
2 seatings
Please call for reservations.

Theatre in the Bush - celebrating Canada’s 150 with dinner theatre.

July 20, 21, 22 at 8 pm
Tickets sold through the National Arts Centre ticket office.
613 947 7000
Limited seating.



It is important to note a few things when arriving at T & CO @ the Mackenzie King Tearoom:
Due to closures of the Parkway for weekend activities or events sometimes GPS is not reliable and the parkway could be closed.
Cellular phones can start to be dysfunctional once in the park so decide your route in advance and check the NCC website.

From Ottawa East:

Cross the Macdonald-Cartier or Portage bridge to Quebec. Follow signs for Highway 5 North to Maniwaki and take Exit 12, ‘Old Chelsea’. Turn left onto Old Chelsea Road and drive through the village. Turn left onto Chemin Kingsmere. Follow signs to the Mackenzie King Estate (P6) via the parkway.

From Ottawa West:

Head north on Champlain Bridge/Island Park. Take Boulevard Saint-Raymond, Chemin de la Montagne N and Chemin Notch to Chemin Kingsmere. Turn left and follow the directions above.

From Alymer:

Take Chemin Klock, Chemin Pink, Chemin Vanier and Chemin Notch to Chemin Kingsmere in Chelsea

If the parkway is closed: Continue onwards on Chemin Kingsmere instead of turning right onto
the parkway. Turn left on Chemin Swamp. Turn right onto Chemin Barnes. Turn left in 21metres
at first white gate.



The National Capital Commission charges fees to park at the Mackenzie King Estate. These fees go a long way to sustain the beauty of the Gatineau Park trails and the gardens of Mackenzie King Estate. For details, please visit the NCC web site at: