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No. 50 Cheyne

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‘Executive Head Chef Iain Smith has created a range of menus with a hint of the homeland using the finest British ingredients sourced by trusted suppliers. Our À La Carte menu offers a selection of lighter dishes: seasonal … Read more →

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The Chelsea Pig

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Tucked away on the quiet corner of Old Church Street and Paultons Street, whilst being just a stone’s throw from the bustling King’s Road, The Chelsea Pig has long been a destination spot for locals in the … Read more →

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Kahani London

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A chic hideaway in the lower level of a townhouse just off Sloane Square, Kahani is a modern and elegant restaurant serving sophisticated Indian dishes. Chef Peter Joseph is at the helm and pulls influence from Chennai, India, … Read more →

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The Surprise

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Proudly perched on the corner of Christchurch Terrace, in the heart of Chelsea’s residential streets, The Surprise is something of a jewel in the crown of this impressive area. Originally established in 1853, the pub was relaunched last … Read more →

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Flora Indica Delivery Menu

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‘Flora Indica is inspired by and pays homage to the intrepid Scottish botanists who travelled throughout India during the Victorian period. This exploration lead to the discovery of thousands of species of exotic plants, previously unknown to Britain. … Read more →

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Family-run, authentic Neapolitan pizzeria, Cinquecento has two locations in West London – Chelsea and Portobello Road – and a third restaurant (with al-fresco dining!) will be coming to Notting Hill Gate in mid-April. The brand came to fruition … Read more →

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Hame by Adam Handling 

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If you’ve survived a long year sans fine dining, you’ve probably forgotten all about that glorious feeling when you take the first bite of a dish and are caught totally off guard by the sheer quality of it. … Read more →

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The blurb

Earlier this year, a new fine dining Italian restaurant opened its doors in South West London, on the affluent Fulham Road, Chelsea. L’Artigiano, which means, ‘the artisan’ in Italian, serves creative interpretations of the country’s classic dishes, using … Read more →

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Talad, Chelsea

The blurb

Sawasdee ka – Welcome to Talad! A regional Thai concept offering coffee and pastries from morning to midday, grab & go style deli bowls, seasonal salads and curries.

Talad (market in Thai) pays homage to a way of … Read more →

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If you’re already familiar with Bottles wine bar in Spitalfields Market, you’ll already have high expectations of its second site, which has just opened across the river, in Chelsea. Specialising in sustainable, independent and organic producers, Bottles handpicks … Read more →

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