THE WALL SE1 CAFE

Tunnel 4 of the House of Vans – a space to relax, skate, work, create – houses The Wall SE1 cafe . Come down, have a skate, relax and eat some awesome grub.

Proud to be a part of House of Vans, at The Wall, we aim to provide a space for all to sit, relax, recharge, energize, fraternise and generally enjoy themselves; whether for a quick pit stop or a leisurely morning, The Wall’s team will provide.

Inspired by the New York brunch scene and London life, we’ve created a menu to showcase American style with British ingredients and flair. We hope to share our love of big flavors, seasonal ingredients, lip-smacking and finger-dripping dishes with you.

Thu – Fri: Sat: Sun:
16:00 – 22:00 10:00 – 20:00 12:00 – 18:00
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Charity Partners

Reinforcing Vans’ commitment to community, both creative and social, House of Vans London is proud to be affiliated with three key charity partners, who will be supported through a series of ongoing initiatives and events.
House of Vans London proudly supports:
old vic new voices
Old Vic New Voices nurtures talent, inspires young people and opens up The Old Vic to be enjoyed by the community. From the provision of free tickets and bespoke learning experiences to over 60,000 school students across London, to providing a platform and funding for rising stars, to engaging the community, Old Vic New Voices provides unrivalled opportunities for the next generation.
Action for Children
Action for Children works directly with more than 300,000 children, young people, parents and carers each year.  With 650 services throughout the UK we are in communities where you live and work. We help transform the lives of thousands of children and young people each year and we’ve been doing so for 145 years.
Railway Children
Railway Children is an international children’s charity that fights for vulnerable children who live alone at risk on the streets, where they suffer abuse and exploitation. In the UK, society often denies their existence, and in other countries the problem is so reverent that it has become ‘normal’. Children run away or are forced to leave homes where they suffer poverty, violence, abuse and neglect. The problems they face on the streets are often even worse than those they endured at home. Railway Children’s pioneering work meets the immediate needs of these vulnerable children, improves the communities in which they live and influences governments to alter their policies to provide a safety net of support.