The Botanist is an elegant restaurant and bar on Sloane Square, within a two-minute walk of the tube station. Drawing on influences from far and wide yet remaining quintessentially British, this is a classy affair well suited to a variety of occasions.
The modern interior provides a comfortable and relaxing space in which to enjoy a meal. You can come for a hearty breakfast from 8am on weekdays, and the flow of quality food continues as the day wears on. There's a strong seafood contingent at The Botanist, with a choice of steaks and chicken dishes also jumping off the page. The Botanist is there for those prone to some brunch on a Saturday, with roast beef and lamb with all the trimmings served on Sunday.
You could just come for some after-work refreshment, of course. The wine list is international, there's unique cocktails (try the Sloane Ranger) and a choice of beers if you're after a crisp pint. It's well suited to a chic cocktail and canape reception, indulgent dinner and - with their exclusive discounts for those going to the theatre at Cadogan Hall - a shoo-in for the pre-theatre crowd.
|Pint of Lager||£4.90|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£4.50|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£6.60|
|Bottle of House Wine||£19.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£52.50|
|Sample Wine List||Download|
|Sample Food Menu||Download|
A word from the chef:
Carefully comprised seafood and steak headline the show at The Botanist, with the lovely brunch and Sunday roast options keeping punters sweet at the weekend. Try the indulgent kilo of Shetland mussels at £17.50, or tuck in to the Herdwick lamb rump with baby beetroot and more at £24.
Now you might think that any restaurant sitting on the corner of Sloane Square would offer an opulent, stylish dining experience... and of course, you'd be right. But The Botanist in Chelsea goes that little bit further and still manages to surprise...
|Private Dining Room||Private Room||62||130||£8k||£12k|
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