Restaurants Near Belgravia
With Regency-style streets, white-washed townhouses, and verdant garden squares, Belgravia is definitely a swoon-worthy spot to grab a bite to eat. Whether you're craving a good ol' pub lunch with a refreshing pint, or a fancy dinner for that special occasion at a stunning Michelin-starred restaurant. We have compiled a list of the best places to eat in and around Belgravia.
Enjoy the freshest of seasonal produce and modern French cuisine at Pétrus by Gordon Ramsay. Treat yourself to their prestige menu which offers dishes from organic spelt ragout, to grilled native lobster. They also have a top quality and seasonal wine list.
Located at the heart of Knightsbridge, The Alfred Tennyson is a stunning gastropub soaked in British history. Grab one of their flavourful small plates and a pint, or tuck into a fabulous meal complemented with some classic cocktails.
If you're looking for Sloane Square restaurants, then check out The Botanist. This elegant spot serves a range of cuisines with a quintessentially British influence, from sea bream with Jersey Royals to a delightfully tender confit duck leg with an apple, pea, and mint risotto.
Although The Egerton House Hotel is not strictly a restaurant, it does, however, serve amazing breakfast and lunch. Have some fun with their afternoon tea menus from The Hatter's Tea Party to their fabulous Doggy Afternoon Tea, where guests can bring their four-legged friends.
If you're looking for Belgravia restaurants with a terrace, then you won't be disappointed with Restaurant Ours. Dine in their botanical indoor and outdoor space, and choose from a range of menus, whether that be a mid-week a la carte, or a fabulous 3-course bottomless brunch.
il Pampero is an Italian restaurant in Belgravia like no other. Set in stunning five-star hotel, The Hari, they serve traditional food from Southern Italy in their changing seasonal menu, complemented with an impressive wine list and bespoke cocktails.
One of the best restaurants in Knightsbridge, Buddha-Bar boasts a great deal of Asian food with influences from China and Japan. Bite into their well-loved spicy mango maki with king crab and prawn tempura or their flavour-packed black cod and salmon fish cakes.
Searching for Elizabeth Street restaurants? Then head to the well-loved British gastropub The Thomas Cubitt. This haunt is set over three unique floors and is serving mouthwatering eats, from sirloin of beef with winter greens to roasted monkfish with a chervil sauce.
Just a stone's throw away from Victoria station, Boisdale of Belgravia has a cosy space inside with a heated roof and garden terrace, and private dining rooms. Adorned with chandeliers, quirky art work, velvet and exotic rugs - you can expect to dine in style at this fancy haunt.
Chucs in Belgravia is serving up some top-notch Italian eats. Tuck into their mouthwatering gnocchi with ragu of octopus, anchovy, and bottarga or their chicken Milanese with rosemary and pecorino. Fancy a cocktail? They also have plenty of those too.