What they say:
No. 11 Pimlico Road, on the old site of The Ebury, has been totally rebranded in a reaction against the formulaic gastro-pub trend that has engulfed London. It is an all day bar and restaurant venue with a contemporary interior providing the perfect backdrop for relaxed eating and drinking in a setting more home than high street.
The menu focuses on fresh, scratch-cooked, great value food and delightful drinks from morning coffee and breakfast to dinner and nightcap (and everything in between). No. 11 Pimlico Road appeals to the local and national audience in an area famed for its passion for design. Tables topped with zinc, wood and marble of varying sizes set against a fresh palette of raspberry, eau-de-Nil and grey walls with sumptuous soft furnishings for banquettes and cushions all helping to differentiate the new space from any cookie-cutter makeovers.
What we say:
If you venture to No.11 Pimlico road from Victoria tube station, your journey is laden with old buildings, shopping malls, a bus station and a Police headquarters. From Sloane Square station, however, the walk is filled with bespoke design shops, alfresco dining restaurants and beautiful Georgian town houses. No.11 seems to fit the mould of the latter. The venue is on the site of famous eatery - The Ebury and is quite a remarkable place.
Guests can enjoy the delights of No.11 throughout the day - Breakfast, Brunch (on weekends), lunch and dinner. Whether you choose small snacks from the tapas-esque menu, a traditional three-course-meal, cocktails from the bar or just a quick bite to eat on your lunch break; No.11 Pimlico Road will have you covered. The slick and bespoke design, seemingly compulsory for establishments in this area, will provide the perfect surroundings to a lovely dining experience.