5 Best Restaurants in Chelsea, London
Chelsea is a fashionable area of London in which there are plenty of high quality restaurants to visit. Here are some of the best.
The Chelsea Kitchen Restaurant restaurant has been a well-established restaurant in West London for many years and is well renowned for its high standard of British food, both traditional and slightly more modern. Having moved from its original location the restaurant now sits just around the corner from Stamford Bridge football ground and so, as you would expect, match days are slightly busier, but this should not deter people from visiting.
This is Japanese dining at its elegant best. You may have sampled Japanese cuisine from chain restaurants, but until you should reserve your judgement until you have eaten at a top private restaurant where food is prepared freshly, and the Benihana certainly falls into this category. (www.benihana.co.uk).
My Old Dutch – Chelsea
For those who like to experience authentic cuisines from different countries I would definitely recommend My Old Dutch restaurant on the Kings Road. The main dish here is pancakes, served with a variety of sweet and savoury fillings and therefore suitable for people of all ages. For adults there is a large selection of continental beers to choose from which will really round off the experience.
So you have heard that Chelsea is where the cool and successful people hang out, well this is one of the best restaurants to be amongst them. Indulge in the European cuisine in the upstairs restaurant before heading down to the contemporary bar to enjoy some of the finest cocktails London has to offer. The head chef here is of top European pedigree, and this is glaringly obvious when the sumptuous dishes arrive in front of you. The clay baked baby chicken with pomegranate molasses and sprouting broccoli come especially recommended.
The architecture at this wonderful building matches the high standard food on offer. This is French cuisine at its best, with all of the traditional dishes including quail’s eggs and smoked eel, all served in a venue which balances contemporary and classic design perfectly.
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