Beaufort House is THE venue in the heart of Chelsea. Set over four floors and boasting a brasserie, two cocktail bars, an exceptional champagne bar, a stunning private members lounge, as well as a surround sound meeting room complete with state-of-the-art screening facilities, Beaufort House excels where other venues merely strive. It has developed a reputation for outstanding service and beautiful yet comfortable interior, making it London’s official ‘home away from home’ and one of Chelsea’s premier venues.
The brasserie opens daily for breakfast, lunch & dinner. It offers a mixture of modern English and French cuisine and even has something for the kids. Beaufort House has built its reputation on its huge range of cocktails created by some of London’s top mixologists and their stunning wine list is second to none. The sumptuous Penthouse Champagne Bar boasts a endless selection of fine Champagnes. Offering a bottle service and set amongst stylish surroundings, comfort and enjoyment are guaranteed.
This exclusive venue has been shortlisted for both “Best Bar” and "Best Private Members Club” in the 2012 London Lifestlye Awards and was voted "Best Private Members Club in London" in 2010 and is deserving of such an accolade. Inundated with event requests on a weekly basis, Beaufort House has established itself as a much needed breath of fresh air for the Kensington and Chelsea area. From film premieres and magazine launches to high profile guests and socialites such as Prince Harry, the England rugby team, James Blunt, the cast of Twilight and Nicky Haslam, Beaufort House has asserted itself as the club to be in.
Located in Battersea, near Clapham Junction station, The Crown is a beautifull British pub with a vast range of craft and specialty brews, an exciting cocktail list, and a legendary burger kitchen; Burger Craft. With the always exciting mix of clientele; from our laid back, friendly locals of the Lavender Hill area, to the international and fun loving residents of the backpackers upstairs, you're bound to make new friends on every visit.
If you're the kind of person who likes finding a stand out bar with incredible happy hours, attentive and friendly service, delicious food and great cocktails, Suburb SW11 is where you should go.
Situated in Battersea and 2 minutes walk from Clapham Junction station, the venue boast a industrial chic background, with distressed walls, angled mirrors, zinc drinks counters ,iron and bamboo features as well as an artistic and comfortable lounge. The venue versatile design and lighting create a set of moods to fit any occasion . You can enjoy a relaxed midweek dining, Friday leaving drinks, upbeat weekend parties, brunch or informal corporate gathering.
Looking for good time with friends or a bit of a Party in London? We have some wicked tracks unleashed 'til late on Friday and explosive mixes 'til 2am on Saturday by our great resident DJ.
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After work drink? We call it "Happy Hour and a Half" - served all week from 5pm till 7pm but wait, cocktails are on' til 10pm Sunday to Thursday and we muster new deals every weekend so stay tuned!
Suburb SW11's mixologist has compiled a comprehensive list of perfectly balanced cocktails and if you are feeling a little adventurous, try one of our signature flaming sharing cocktail finished with beer. We also serve delicious bites, including Angus beef and Pulled pork burgers and raclette cheese open sandwiches, but prefer to make you sizzle with our volcanic stone cooked steak experience and bring the old fondue back to life so you and your friend can appreciate another sharing moment.
For a Suburb chill time, pop in for a traditional yet delicious brunch over the weekend....we have a cracking deal for early bookers and even take groups!
SUBURB SW11, THE ALLINONE FOR EVERYONE!
Battersea Bar is a spacious modern bar, serving a selection of Caribbean and English dishes with DAILY BBQ - Eat In or Take Away until closing time. The venue is AVAILABLE for HIRE for all your Special Occasions with music on the menu most nights.
There is monthly LIVE JAZZ (all famous musician incl. Michael "Bami" Rose) on the First Sunday of each month.Open MIC Every 3rd Sunday of the month.You're A Star, Every 1st Wednesday of the month. Every SATURDAY is Party Time. FRIDAY NIGHT DJ Rhona & Underground Ice Party
Mondays is POOL NIGHT, with two league winning pool teams, there is always a match in play. We have DJ's on rotation, Thursday and all weekend when it is time to party. Remember -we are more than just a bar, we are a MUSIC VENUE with DELICIOUS FOOD to eat in or takeaway - LIVE SPORTS (A choice of all the premiership games including 3pm games), a WICKED selection of drinks. FAMILIES WELCOME
@ Battersea - Live Music, Sports, Delicious Food, Great Vibes - Every Night
Battersea High Street receives a welcome new addition this Thursday 1st November in the shape of a beautifully refurbished pub, The Candlemaker.
Formerly The Greyhound, the pub takes its inspiration from the candle factory that operated for over a hundred years in nearby York Road. An additional nod to the pub’s sixties heyday as a thriving market tavern is represented by the colourful pop-art and psychedelic imagery adorning the walls.
The radical refit also extends to the garden with “outdoor rooms” both front and rear, colourfully lit and containing cosy heated pods.
Landlord Simon Duddington is confident The Candlemaker will re-energise the southern end of Battersea High Street. “It’s just what the area needs,” he says. “A place to eat, drink and socialise that is original, independent and that understands its roots and is proud of them. We aim to help make this beautiful, cobbled part of Battersea High Street a destination now and in the future.”
Welcome to the Sands End Pub and Kitchen where we aim to bring a slice of the countryside to a small corner of west London.
We serve seasonal food and real ales to friendly locals, regulars and newcomers alike, who you'll find enjoying our famous scotch eggs with their dogs lazing at their feet.
A well kept secret lies down on Imperial Wharf’s south-facing riverbank, a secret that we'll happily share with you.
You’ll find a tinge of sophistication and glamour in the air at the Waterside, set off wonderfully by contemporary styled interior design, the perfect backdrop for a well-earned beer or glass of bubbly.
With three distinct levels and two beautifully designed heated terraces with stunning views of the Thames; the Waterside Bar and Restaurant has an exquisitely fresh offering to lure or keep you in SW6.
Whether you fancy a spot of lunch or an elegant dinner, our menus are designed to cater for all and are lovingly prepared by our dedicated team in the kitchen. Plates are cooked to order to guarantee fresh seasonal produce served with a smile whatever time of day.
We are proud to offer an extensive range of wines, beer and cider for all palates as well as a “shaken to order” classic cocktail menu.
Imperial Wharf’s overground station is just a stone’s throw from our front door so even if you’re not a local we’re easy to find and there are great bus links to nearby Chelsea , Fulham, Wandsworth and beyond. For those who like to take in the fresh air there are idyllic walks along the Thames that lead straight to our terrace.
If you’re looking for a venue to host a private dining event, drinks party or business meeting; we have just the facilities all with those superb views as the backdrop. Call or email to enquire.
London House is a local bar & restaurant serving seasonal Modern European dishes. We also offer premium spirits, bespoke and traditional cocktails, London brewed beers and a carefully selected wine list. Located at Battersea Square in the heart of South West London.
We are just off the King’s Road opposite the entrance to Chelsea Harbour, over the road from the Lots Road Auction Rooms, around the corner from Stamford Bridge and a 5 minute cab ride from Chelsea Registry Office.
Our food is only ever a fresh & seasonal mix of pub classics and restaurant-style dishes. The beer range is wide, the wine list eclectic, we serve a mean Bloody Mary and a great Sunday lunch. Nothing is too much trouble, including the prices.
Time Out called us ‘a local beacon of brilliance’ and we very much hope you agree.
The World's End Market
Restaurant & Bar
495 King’s Road London SW10 0LR
0207 352 2150
Following the success of The Crystal Palace Market, which opened last spring, founders of the The Markets Group, opened their second venture on the King’s Road late December 2014. The head chef of the group is Bubker Belkhit, who is also the Executive Chef of acclaimed contemporary Japanese restaurant group Sumosan.
The World’s End Market is located in the iconic building which formerly housed the World’s End pub, originally a tavern during the times of Charles II from which the area gained its name.
The concept is simple: offering only the very best “market fresh” produce for all day dining, supporting, wherever possible, local suppliers. Clients are encouraged to choose from the resplendent fish and meat selection, much of the produce coming from their sister restaurant’s own Butcher’s, Fishmonger’s and Grocery Shop. Their meal is then grilled/seared, which the founders believe is the optimum way of enhancing the natural flavours and preserving the nutrients of the ingredients.
Every main course comes automatically with a House salad and French fries. The salad is provided exclusively by Commonwork Farm in Kent, which is all hand picked by vulnerable young people as part of a course offering therapeutic and vocational programmes for those less advantaged. All of the food is seasonal, with the menu changing daily to reflect this philosophy.
The ground floor of the World’s End Market houses a 70 cover restaurant, stripped back and uncomplicated in design; Reclaimed wooden crates have been re worked to create the woodwork on the walls and bar. Continuing the theme of reclaimed materials even some of the Harry Potter Hogwarts set, predominantly and impressive doorframe, has been incorporated into the design. This Grade 2 listed building took over 20 months to restore. Flooded with natural light, this high ceilinged dining area is evocative of a 1930s canteen.
As a nod to its ‘market’ inspiration, adjacent to the open kitchen there is a resplendent fresh fish display and an impressive meat selection housed in a fridge made entirely of glass.
The World’s End Market also houses a subterranean cocktail bar of 80-covers with a 1.00am license and occasional DJ. In selected areas of the building Ninth Seal famed street artist has also created exclusive artworks.
Renato D’Aiello, top Italian saxophonist who can often be found playing the later late show at Ronnie Scott’s with his fiery quartet, will programme several nights of live jazz on a weekly basis from the Spring.
Opening early summer, the first floor will boast a cosy area, ideal as an additional bar or a private dining area. Here famed photographer Lorenzo Agius (Trainspotting) will display photographs of iconic British actors and of course Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood who ran their boutique ‘Let it Rock’ in the vicinity, which, in 1980 was renamed World’s End.
During the day from 10am till 3pm, and 1pm at weekends, you can sample the “All day dining menu” which offers classic brunch options including Eggs Benedict, Royale or Florentine or the Traditional English Breakfast with all the trimmings, quirkily served with “Royal Airforce Breakfast Tea or Coffee”.
The impressive burger section (which has gained an excellent following in Crystal Palace) offers handmade by their own butchers minced Beef from Guilford and a choice of toppings including Classic, Hot (caramelised onion, shallots, hot chilli paste and home-made mayonnaise), Blue Cheese or the Luxurious Truffle Burger and unique Crayfish Roll Burger. For veggies there is a burger created from Portobello and shitake mushrooms and caramelised onions topped with Halloumi cheese.
Those seeking the true “market experience” at lunch or dinner can order from the daily changing menu. Starters might include a variety of raw fish such as Colchester Rock Oysters, Brixham Monkfish, Hampshire Rainbow Trout or vegetarian dishes such as white asparagus, shitake mushrooms and poached egg and Parmesan.
The concept however ignites when you choose from the resplendent freshly caught fish on display for the main courses, including Brixham Cuttlefish or Plaice, Scottish Langoustine and Monk fish, Skate Wings from Bidford Bay and whole Wild Sea bass from Anglesey. For Carnivores try a British T bone, Rib eye or Sirloin steak. All the main courses are served with French Fries and a house salad.
The carefully selected wine list balances well loved Old World and New World choices with a couple of British offerings from the respected Chapel Down vineyard in Kent.
Run by convivial General Manager Stuart Oldershaw, with over 20 years experience within the industry, the World’s End Market will offer a welcome quirky, multi-faceted venue to the area which was once frequented by cool creatives and punks alike during the 1960’s & 70’s London.
For more information contact Anouschka Menzies at Bacchus on [email protected]
Eight Over Eight is one of Chelsea's favourite and most elegant restaurants. Its chic pan-Asian food is as innovative and beautiful as is delicious. Dishes from Thailand, Japan and China are paired with exquisite wines and cocktails. Eight Over Eight also has a wonderful private dining room, seating up to 20 people for an exclusive dining experience.
Succulent steak cooked to perfection. Orange Elephant, Chelsea’s new Steakhouse Restaurant located on the Fulham Road, in Chelsea.
Orange Elephant has no menu, inviting guests to come for one thing and one thing only – delicious 12oz Sirloin Steak cooked on Big Green Egg BBQ’s served with a starter salad, a portion of hand cut beef dripping fries accompanied by the Orange Elephant special house steak sauce for an impressive £20.
Alongside the signature Orange Elephant steak, Orange Elephant will also serve a mouth-watering, gourmet truffle Mac n’ Cheese for vegetarians.
Our showstopper is the Orange Elephant Tomahawk steak, guaranteed to delight even the most discerning foodies. The huge Tomahawk cut is designed for sharing, served on the bone and with delicate marbelling which gives it an enhanced sweet and rich flavour.
Whether guests are looking for a quick, delicious lunch, or for long dinners catching up with friends and family, Orange Elephant Chelsea can cater for all. Interiors are comfortable, with a natural edge and warm lighting to create a soft romantic ambiance. A combination of wood floors, copper table tops and bronze accents will frame the theatre kitchen with Jai and team on full display.
We also have an extensive wine list to suit the Orange Elephant signature Steak and both an experienced and fresh cocktail list for all occasions.
Bluebird Chelsea consists of a Restaurant, Bar, Cafe and Courtyard, Food Store, Wine Cellar, Bakery and offers and exclusive Membership Package! We also have 4 beautifully well appointed private dining rooms and can hold events from 10-700 people.
The Phene restaurant offers an exclusively seasonal menu and light and delectable deli bites, whilst the Phene bar has a carefully considered wine list, impressive selection of beers and ciders and a creative array of cocktails.
The Phene’s piece de resistance is the stunning Phene Garden. Complete with comfortable sofas and quirky hanging basket chairs, enjoy lunch, dinner and drinks in this beautiful outdoor retreat, thoroughly warmed and protected by state-of-the-art infrared heated parasols and real outdoor fireplaces.
The Ivy Chelsea Garden is a casual British restaurant serving an extensive all-day menu of food and cocktails. The restaurant, bar and café inside have an aura of approachable sophistication and familiar luxury; outside is an extensive garden, complete with a terrace and orangery.
Geisha at Ramusake is a 'festive dining' experience, in the heart of South Kensington, which serves ‘izayake Japanese food’ where you can eat, drink and dance with friends in the same venue whilst being inspired by the Japanese culture.
Experience being taken to another world. During and after dinner. Dine and enjoy exquisite Japanese delicacies over dinner, then as the evening progresses, witness Geisha at Ramusake magically unfold as dinner starts to finish. The transformation begins as the lighting dims, music amplifies, dance floor fills and the attention turns to the unexpected entertainment, transporting you into another world of Japanese elegance and vibrancy.
Normal sitting at 19:00, festive dining sitting commences from 21:00 and by midnight everyone will be up and dancing with the performers.
For more information on memberships: [email protected] or reservations: [email protected]
T: 0207 842 8518
Geisha at Ramusake: 92B Old Brompton Road, London, SW7 3LQ
Instagram and twitter: @ramusake
Located in the heart of South Kensington, the newly refurbished Town House restaurant & K bar is an all-day dining heaven, accessed through its own discreet entrance on Manson Place. A home away from home, Town House is the perfect space for breakfast, lunch, dinner or to while away an afternoon over a delicious Afternoon Tea.
Executive Chef, Steve Gibbs, formerly of Hix and Caprice Holdings, has created a menu to match all tastes where the emphasis is on fresh produce focusing on the seasons, balanced with its hand-picked wine list with something for everyone. The restaurant experience, from the service to the ambience make this unfussy space a local favourite.
Designed by Alexander Waterworth Interiors, the interiors reflect the buildings natural charm and old English Town House aesthetic. Playful, patterned fabrics & rugs are used alongside classic rosewood & walnut, embodying the mix of traditional & modern elements.
The Town House’s period rooms – consisting of three beautiful interconnecting spaces - of what were once individual Regency style townhouses, feature bay windows, working fireplaces, parquet floors and original art, ideal for a relaxed lunch or dinner and perfect for events. The Study, can seat up to 20 people boardroom style around its large antique table or once the lights are dimmed and the candles are out the room is transformed into the perfect private dining space, allowing room for up to 20 guests seated. The White Room can take up to 34 seated and the cosy and intimate Library leading into the bar can host 20 for dinner, alternatively, the Town House rooms can host up to 100 for drinks and canapés.
Launched in February 2016, K Bar is inspired by the sophisticated atmosphere of a gentlemen's club. Deep grained oak panelling line the space which is softened by racing green and royal blue upholstery. Dimly lit lighting and accents of polished brass create a warm and inviting space. An impressive bar front with leather panelling and a rich green marble top accompanies a polished brass back bar display and bespoke wine fridges.
Our Bar Manager Ben Manchester, has put together a cocktail list with unique recipes created to demonstrate how food and drink go so well together.