Best Pubs In Chelsea

An elite area that's home to more than a few classic boozers, Chelsea doesn't shy away from this British staple. Whether you want a relaxing gastro-pub for Sunday lunch, a beautiful beer garden for a quirky date night, or somewhere with a bit more evening buzz for after work drinks with mates, this bunch of South London gems can cater to all of your needs. Get the low-down on the best pubs in Chelsea right here.

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Last updated on 17th April 2024

The Sydney Arms

Chelsea pubs are topped off by The Sydney Arms, a laid-back sports boozer where punter can enjoy football, rugby, horse racing, Wimbledon and more. Plus, there's a lineup of classic grill dishes, British favourites and more across the food menu.

The Admiral Codrington

A classy gastropub found on Mossop Street, The Admiral Codrington is a relaxed venue where you can enjoy an ever-changing rotation of guest ales and an extensive cocktail list. Whether you're sat in a cosy corner of the venue or on the rustic benches in their heated beer garden, you can munch on everything from fish finger sandwiches to Aberdeen Angus steaks and whipped feta tortelloni here.

Lots Road

If you're on the hunt for a top pub in Chelsea, Lots Road is a must-visit. Not only does this gastro haven feature cosy interiors and a welcoming feel, but its menu of affordable British dishes and wide collection of booze will keep you wanting to come back for more.

Sporting Page

Located just off Fulham Road, Sporting Page is a lovely spot to wet the whistle. Cosy up inside on winter nights with a load of elevated British fare and seafood or, when it's warmer, settle on the alfresco terrace for a couple of sun-soaked pints.

The Tommy Tucker

The Tommy Tucker is a Fulham and Chelsea pub near Walham Green, a space that mixes old school charm with cool wall murals, delish brunches and classic British grub. Think everything from Cornish mussels to steak and roasted aubergine.