Looking west, we take in the very best restaurants and more that are delivering to Chelsea, Kensington and Belgravia.
Myrtle sees Irish chef Anna Haugh bringing a modernised take on Irish cuisine and produce to Chelsea. We take a closer look.
The people behind Goodman and Beast have come to Chelsea with an Italian restaurant that celebrates seafood, pasta, steak and more. We head over to Chelsea for a look ourselves.
It's not often we have an interesting restaurant opening to tell you about down in Chelsea, but new Thai spot Talad seems to be a welcome exception. It's what's being dubbed a 'perma pop-up' so the idea is that owner/chef Natalie Tangsakul has six months to prove herself to the good folk of Chelsea (and her landlord). If she succeeds, she'll get the place permanently.
Certainly it sounds
Wine bar Bottles goes west. There will still be the selection of Italian dishes matched with their large wine selection - and a hidden private dining room too.
Chelsea folk are about to get a new neighbourhood spot with a distinct Mediterranean focus from the same group that gave us Goodmans, Beast and Burger & Lobster
Colette is a traiteur and deli on Fulham Road that's looking to bring a sense of home cooking to Chelsea. With an ex-Ritz chef in charge they'll be serving up a seasonal menu and running a deli for take outs.
Adam Handling has been a supporter of no waste efforts for a while now, and Ugly Butterfly sees him opening a fully no-waste restaurant. It'll take some of the non-used products from nearby Adam Handling Chelsea and create an entirely new restaurant and menu from them.
The people behind Caravan launch a brand new restaurant called Vardo in Chelsea - in a very impressive purpose-built building. We head to the King's Road for a look.
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 also Tech Exec, Gastronome and Food Writer Dino Joannides of food Blog Daily Epicurean for his tips.
The people behind ABQ (the Breaking Bad-style cocktail bar) are gearing up for their next immersive experience, taking over the World's End Distillery in Chelsea for a travel-themed restaurant, with something of a twist of course.
It's all based around travelling
Ollie Dabbous is back at Chelsea Barracks (a fancy new housing development), where he popped up last spring, with another pop-up. This time it's a cafe called Hideaway.
This time the pop-up is "inspired by the outdoor world" so expect a rustic look to the cafe and plenty of foliage.
The new opening from the people behind Caravan will be in an impressive new building and serve a globally influenced menu with UK ingredients
There's a brand new venture from Richard Caring's Caprice Holdings - the people behind The Ivy, J Sheekey, Sexy Fish and more - called Sloane Street Deli. In case you're thinking that sounds familiar - they're also behind Mount Street Deli. Or rather they were, because that deli has now closed (following the end of the lease). So if you're already missing that, then it's time to head over to Sloane Street.
It's taken over a
This week, Chelsea is getting a new Japanese 'street food' spot - if you can really count the mezzanine floor of high-end sushi spot Dinings SW3 as 'street'. Well maybe that's as street as Chelsea gets.
Kurabu will be the name of the restaurant's new lounge space, taking over the area that used to be set aside for private dining. It'll be serving a completely new range of Japanese snacks and cocktails.
Chef Chef Masaki Sugisaki's menu will feature
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