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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 →
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 →
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 →
The Franklin hotel – hidden down a Knightsbridge backstreet like a beautifully chic secret – has recently become home to Michelin-starred Chef Alfredo Russo. Bringing his world-renowned knowledge to a menu that combines simplicity with sophistication and quality … Read more →
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 →
It’s almost impossible to fathom now, already seeming impossibly distant in this new world of contained routine and actually cooking our own dinner every night, but we used to go out to restaurants – in groups, no less; … Read more →
Kutir is the latest player to the table in the growing trend of “posh” Indian eateries and is headed up by ex-Gymkhana and Jamavar chef Rohit Ghai, with Abhishake Sangwan at the front-of-house helm. The pair previously worked … Read more →
The Japanese restaurant, Akira, is on the first floor of Japan House London in Kensington. Named after Chef Shimizu Akira, the restaurant presents a Japanese dining experience based on Akira’s ‘trinity of cooking principles’: food, tableware and presentation. … Read more →
Hot Pot cooking was favoured by ancient emperors and group diners alike, but only royalty had their own hot pots – until now. Mixing the fun of fondue, the visuals and freshness of sushi, and the intense flavours … Read more →
Open Mon–Fri 8am–11.30pm, Sat 10am–11.30pm, Sun 10am–11pm
Caramel is a high-end diner from Dubai, in London, with an American-inspired menu.
Taking a key influence from each of these locations—extravagance, large portions and pricing—Caramel could (favourably), be compared to a more … Read more →