// Eating in Kensington and Chelsea

As you may expect, there are plenty of places to head to for eating in Kensington and Chelsea. And don’t worry – although this bit of London is (generally) expensive, there’s something for all budgets. Here we provide you with various options, from cheap and cheerful to rather smart!

Don’t forget that almost all pubs also serve food – and many serve some top quality options for both lunch and dinner. Or better still, what could be more London then heading to a pub for a Sunday roast with all the trimmings? In which case, don’t forget to check out our Pubs in Kensington and Chelsea section too.

Recommended Restaurants

Our favourite restaurants in Kensington & Chelsea.

Cafes

A choice of the best places for a quick bite to eat or a warm drink.

Other Eating Options

A few more tips on where to eat!

Discussion

2 Responses to “Eating in Kensington and Chelsea”

  1. Hi
    Me and three of my friends are taking a trip to Chelsea for a day out, we love made in Chelsea… What and where are best things for us to do… We wanted to go for afternoon tea but bluebird is fully booked, is there anywhere that anyone recommeneds?
    Thank you

    Posted by Helen | 16 February 2015, 1:18 am
    • Well, you can’t go wrong with a walk up (and down!) King’s Road! It’ll take quite a while as there’s so many shops and other things to look at. Sloane Square is also rather pretty so it’s worth starting or ending your walk there. I’d also try and make a detour down to the Thames and walk along there for bit as it’s so pretty. (Hopefully the weather will be good!) As for tea…Beaufort House (http://www.beauforthousechelsea.co.uk/) do have a special afternoon tea menu, and they have filmed MiC there!

      Posted by Anna | 16 February 2015, 5:21 pm

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