Isla Ray is a cafe/bar situated on Deptford High Street. A simple yet delicious brunch/lunch menu is served during the day and a taco menu in the evening, along with coffee, cocktails, wine & local beer.
You can relax within the “open house” retro, tropical vibes & get lost amongst the brightly coloured plant-filled interiors.
Isla Ray is also a platform for creatives. With art exhibitions, bench space to work remotely, live music and decks for small music events. With private hire available you could also have the opportunity to use the space freely.
It’s a comfortable and casual place to hang out no matter the time or occasion.
INDEPENDENT & LOCAL
C O F F E E // L O M O N D
Female speciality coffee roasters based in Deptford. The Lomond ladies only work with exceptional suppliers who are not only heavily focussed on the quality of the coffee they supply, but also their social
responsibility to the coffee farmers.
D R A U G H T B E E R // V I L L A G E S B R E W E R Y
Villages Brewery are run by two brothers just a 10 minute walk from
us in the railway arches.
B A K E D G O O D S // P A U L R H O D E S
Paul Rhodes started in 2003 down the road in Greenwich.
They use traditional baking techniques and won Baker of the year 2018.
'I won't ever visit Deptford again without buying something to eat from Isla Ray. The food is unbelievably tasty and well presented. The music is excellent and the cafe is really cool, I can't rate this place highly enough! 10/10'
Daniel Dodson. Google review. March 2020.
'Always fab service, drinks and food. We treat it as our
Mollie Parker. Google review. October 2020.
'I visited here with my wife for our anniversary and we loved it. The space is atmospheric, my wife loved all the ornaments and decorations, and the food (tacos) were delicious.'
Tom Carmichael. Google review. Sept 2020.
B O O K
OUTSIDE FOR GROUPS
UP TO 6!
2 FOR £10 COCKTAILS
BETWEEN 5 & 7 EVERY THURSDAY!
E V E N T S & W O R K S H O P S
IF YOUR INTERESTED IN THROWING A PARTY OR HOSTING A WORKSHOP AT ISLA RAY,GET IN TOUCH! (POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19.)
Specialising in collage, contemporary artist Edie Baker creates new narratives from predominantly ephemeral images sourced from magazines, books or those discarded on the street.
Larger works are created by digitally printing previously treated images onto stretched canvasses which are then embellished with shapes, patterns and forms that enhance or detract from certain areas of the original.
Working with more traditional art materials… pencil, paint and inks etc to those more commonly associated with textiles…fabrics, threads and yarn, her work aims to bridge the gap between the arts and craft.
Content is often brutally cut or edited, resulting in final pieces that speak more of what is absent, rather than that which is present. This treatment leads to work that is sometimes awkward, sometimes humorous, sometimes provocative but almost always surreal.
Exploring ways in which we read, understand and respond to images, the work aims to allow room for the viewer to conjure up their own personal narrative beyond the boundaries of the visual presentation in front of them.
C O N T A C T//
0208 691 6740
O P E N H O U R S //
BACK OPEN APRIL 12TH!
10AM - 9.30PM
(Outside only until May17th).
A D D R E S S //
37 Deptford High street,
Please note, email is the best form of contact. We don't take answer phone messages and may not be able to respond to Facebook or Instagram messages.
F I N D U S
Reduced capacity - Booking system in place (please call / email) but walk-ins are also welcome!
Regular and thorough cleaning system in operation by staff members.
When moving through the venue you will be required to wear a face mask.
Checking in is mandatory under government regulations.
We will be operating on a table service system.
Outdoor gatherings can be up to 6 people from different households.
During peak times we can only offer seatings of 1.5 hour periods.
We encourage contactless payments.