A night in a restaurant
doesn’t have to mean a choice between a few choice
cuts of meat and whether to indulge in the salad bar
or not. South West London is an excellent place for
trying the cuisine from many different countries and
giving your taste-buds a real treat.
Sloans Brasserie and Lounge Bar [map],
Sloane Avenue, is right in the heart of fashionable
Chelsea. Offering a menu inspired by the French Riviera
this is the perfect place for dining in style as well
as taking advantage of the bar – including many continental beverages – that stays open until
Cheyne Walk Brasserie [map],
Cheyne Walk, is another great French Provencal restaurant offering a comforting place to try some excellent cuisine
including several stunning mussel dishes. This
is ideal for winter dining with a warm décor and
cosy log fire adding to the comforting atmosphere.
Stay in Chelsea for some excellent Italian cuisine.
How better to spend a summer evening than some al fresco
dining at Caraffini [map],
Lower Sloane Street. With an interesting and eclectic
menu, there’s plenty of choice and all dishes are
cooked to a high quality.
More top Italian cuisine is on offer at Pellicano [map],
Elystan Street. Enjoy the simple homemade Italian cooking
that makes the most of fresh produce – including
tagliolini with fresh crab and rocket and fish soup made
If you’re looking for somewhere cool and modern
with a menu to match check out Thai On The River [map],
Chelsea Wharf, Lots Road. This establishment is now 10
years old and really led the way in the Thai cuisine revolution
that has swept across Britain during the previous decade.
With stunning views across the River Thames, this restaurant
cooks up a range of imaginative, yet simple, dishes.
Enjoy a range of unusual cuisine on offer at Medea
Restaurant and Brasserie [map],
Kings Road, Fulham, which fuses the best European food with North American dishes.
The Medea has a great reputation for
fun and is the ideal place to bring a group of people
or the family for a lively night out. Try a unique
cocktail before settling down to an eclectic
menu including couscous, lamb, chicken and
seafood. After dinner entertainment includes the opportunity
to play jembe drums and smoke an apple and honey Shisha
Lovers of sea food should visit Poissonnerie De L’Avenue
Sloane Avenue, which offers traditional and contemporary
seafood dishes. This established restaurant has been around
since 1964 and continues to offer excellent cuisine.
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