Following a nine-month refurbishment, the much-loved Cheyne Walk Brasserie is being given a fresh lick of paint and a new lease of life. The latest project from Old Vic founding director, Sally Greene, No. Fifty Cheyne is a restaurant, cocktail hub and lounge bar split over two floors of the Chelsea Embankment building.
A short walk from the King's Road, the venue's ground-floor restaurant features an open grill for crafting delicious British dishes. The menu has been designed by former Social Eating House head chef, Iain Smith, and will be offering hearty and homely plates of belted Galloway beef, Cornish monkfish and impressive Sunday sharing roasts.
Upstairs you'll find a space for sipping on fine cocktails and relaxing in the bar's 'drawing room'. Offering a 'refined yet homely retreat', it's the perfect spot for a few pre-dinner cocktails, or letting your stomachs settle with a glass of wine from the restaurant's carefully sourced selection of vintages.