A nine-month renovation and a new chef make for an entirely new offering on one of London’s most famous streets as Cheyne Walk Brasserie becomes No. Fifty Cheyne.t
New reaches us today via MCA of a brand new venture from Richard Caring's Caprice - the people behind The Ivy, J Sheekey, Sexy Fish and more. They're also behind Mount Street Deli (pictured above) - which should give us an idea of what to expect from their next, Sloane Street
After running Michelin-starred Tamarind for a decade, Peter Joseph has come to Chelsea to launch his own restaurant, Kahani. We went along to try it out.
From Shoreditch to Sloane Street, Adam Handling's rise has been meteoric. At their English countryside hotel Le Manoir Belmond picked Raymond Blanc, now they're putting all their resources behind Handling at their flagship Knightsbridge hotel.
The chef and GM who headed up London's top Indian restaurants including Gymkhana and Jamavar are opening their first solo venture in Chelsea. Expect this to be one of the biggest openings of the Autumn.
Taking over three storeys on the King's Road, the Danish company's new sushi and yakitori sticks spot will feature a private dining room with a difference - you get your own chef, staff, music and even lift!
For the inside knowledge on where to eat before or after a football match at Stamford Bridge, we turned to top Chelsea Football Club supporter and food blogger Dino Joannides for his tips.
Don’t be distracted by the highly ‘grammable flower tunnel and croquembouche tower - it’s the gorgeous French eclairs, choux and chouquettes you’ll be wanting to focus on at this new branch of Maitre Choux.
La Mia Mamma is trying something different from your traditional Italian restaurant. They'll be focusing on specific regions of Italy at a time - and to help with that, they're importing Italians "Mammas" from the regions to create the menus.
The new pop-up from the people who brought us the controversial Alcotraz is coming to the King's Road from May as they unveil Moonshine Saloon, a Wild West cocktail bar. Although as before, it'll be a BYOB event (and it sounds like that's a requirement to get in).
This time, the immersive setting is "an undercover moonshine empire". Apparently, you'll be measured up for cowboy gear and a
Chef Peter Joseph has run the kitchen at Michelin-starred Tamarind for a decade. Now he's going it alone with a restaurant where he'll be using British seasonal ingredients and serving up progressive Indian food.
New to Chelsea's Pavilion Road, from the team behind iconic hotels Cliveden and Chewton Glen this all day restaurant and bar aims to be a stylish neighbourhood spot for SW1 folk.
After a well-matched first-floor takeover of Oxford Street’s hip Sweaty Betty gym shop, Farm Girl are on the move again to Chelsea, where they’ll be opening their third cafe and their first ever dinner menu.
They've been in Wandsworth for a year, but now MeatUp are bringing their burgers to Chelsea with their Build Your Own Burger pop up.
So - what can you expect from these custom burgers? First, you'll be able to choose how you want the burger cooked - and they'll be allowing rare as an option - then you can choose your bun: a milk bun, a black charcoal bun or a festive red beetroot bun. As for toppings, they
Sloane Square's The Botanist has just reopened after 10 weeks of refurbishment.
The upmarket all-day bar and eatery will have more Champagne and botanical cocktails - always good news - plus a new all-day brasserie menu from the new executive chef, Ameya Bhalekar (The Savoy, Caprice Holdings’ 34 Mayfair, Soho House’s Road House).
New dishes will include lighter ones like sea bass ceviche with citrus, pickled onion, jalapeño and sweet potato
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