Restaurants in Chelsea
Chelsea is one of the most iconic and fashionable parts of London, with a vibrant bar and restaurant scene. Some of the best restaurants in London can be found in this area. All along King's Road, these top eateries serve up a variety of delicious fare. Taste some of the finest food in the city with this guide on the top Chelsea Restaurants.
Last updated on 15th March 2017
In an ideal location, Sophie's Steakhouse is close to the Saatchi Gallery, Natural History and Science Museum. It is the perfect spot in Chelsea to stop by for an excellent steak, cooked to perfection by their team of chefs. The restaurant is open throughout the day, including brunch, while the cocktail bar serves its delicious concoctions until midnight.
Whether you're hunkering down for a cocktail in their elusive, secret bar or simply headed for dinner, there's one thing to be true about Goat DINE, and that's its status as one of the best restaurants in Chelsea. From cool interiors to seasonal plates, try it all here.
A favourite with locals and tourists alike, Beaufort House positions itself at the top of the places to dine in Chelsea. The fashionable restaurant whips up some Meditertanean and European dishes with a trademark slickness to each meal. With such options as lemon sole fillets with tagliolini, cherry tomato & almond beurre noisette and roast rump of lamb with aubergines, spiced couscous with cumin & mint yoghurt you can be certain to enjoy a sophisticated meal. Part of the magic of the place is reserved for the bar, where talented mixologists can create classic and signature cocktails to order.
A sophisticated bar restaurant filled with a light interior and a relaxed atmosphere. There is a fantastic variety of food on offer here starting with the inventive breakfast/brunch menu which has some interesting additions like the poached egg and pumpkin hash. The mains here are all satisfying portions with such highlights as chicken schnitzel with home-made remoulade and fries and the roast spelt and pumpkin risotto. An extensive cocktail menu seals this establishments reputation as one of the best places to come for a meal accompanied by fine wines, cocktails and craft beers.
Sat in the heart of Chelsea, close to the French Quarter in Kensington, is a delightfully pretty and quaint restaurant called Aubaine. Head in there for a selection of delicious French and European plates whether you are a family, a group of friends or tourists exploring the area.
This lively King's Road gastro-pub is the perfect place to stop and relax with a good meal or chill out with a bunch of friends. Their popular beer garden fills up with sun-seeking people in the summer and heaters keep the space toasty and warm in the winter.