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Restaurants in South West London If you love your food you’ll love visiting the many excellent restaurants located across South West London.

Choose from a selection of venues offering global cuisine as well as the opportunity to do some serious celebrity spotting.

From the expensive Michelin award-winners in Kensington and Chelsea to the budget options in Vauxhall and Wimbledon you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Aquasia [map], Chelsea Harbour, offers dishes created from deliciously fresh ingredients blended with an innovative use of herbs. Executive chef Roger Serjent takes his inspiration from his travels throughout Asia and Europe.

Visit a real legend of a restaurant by booking a table at Brasserie St Quentin [map], Brompton Road. Brasserie St Quentin has been established for more than 90 years and has a typical Parisian Brasserie atmosphere. It serves traditional French cuisine such as Fillet Rossini and frogs legs.

Renowned chef and patron William Drabble is at the helm at the Aubergine Restaurant [map], Park Walk. He has gained wide recognition and a Michelin star for producing excellent modern French cuisine complemented by an extensive and interesting wine list.

Turn your evening meal into a really exciting experience by visiting Benihana [map], Kings Road, Chelsea, which specialises in the fine art of Teppanyaki cooking. Chefs dazzle diners with their knife skills as they cook a variety of meat, vegetables and the freshest seafood at their own table.

If a view is everything book a table at Bluebird [map], on Chelsea’s famous King’s Road. This remarkable restaurant has a skylit bar that overlooks the road itself and the menu features popular modern British dishes that use organic and seasonal produce, with game and crustacean amongst its specialities.

Lovers of spicy cuisine will find a haven of choice at The Chutney Mary Restaurant [map], King’s Road. The Chutney Mary serves unusual Indian dishes from six different regions of India. It has twice been voted the top Indian restaurant in Great Britain by several different publications and is well worth booking a table if only to sample the massive range of curries on offer.

Shoppers will find a wealth of light lunch venues to tempt their palates and one place to definitely be seen in is Harvey Nichols fifth floor café, Knightsbridge. This café offers unusual pan-Asian cuisine and great views across Knightsbridge. The café has a summer terrace for al fresco dining in warmer weather.

Alternatively, head to Harrods [map] department store on Knightsbridge, which offers an elegant dining experience after a hard day's shopping.

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