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Ottolenghi's Chelsea cafe has a tempting cake counter, mountains of salads, and dreamy interiors.
Santa Maria Pizzeria Chelsea
Santa Maria’s Neapolitan-style pizza outshines any other pizza place in the neighbourhood. And they deliver too.
Chelsea restaurant Elystan Street does very good French and Italian fine dining in relaxed surroundings.
At Hunan, a Chinese restaurant in Victoria, you don’t choose the menu - the menu chooses you. Their ‘trust me’ tasting menu is a classic.
The Cross Keys
The Cross Keys is a nice Chelsea gastro-pub opposite the Thames serving up some decent and some not so decent food.
Daylesford Organic is an all-day café, farm shop and restaurant at Brompton Cross that serves pizzas, salads, and surprisingly hearty mains.
Phat Phuc Noodle Bar
Phat Phuc is a casual and affordable pan-Asian noodle bar in Chelsea, doing everything from laksa to pho.
Rabbit is an experimental British restaurant on the King’s Road, focusing on wild game and vegetables in unique and interesting combinations.
Where To Eat In West London (If You Hate West London)
The most likeable west London restaurants for those who dislike west London.
Cpress is a decent coffee shop in Chelsea that stays open light, and also does a good line in juices.
Greenspeares is a cosy deli near Knightsbridge which is a godsend when you’re in this part of London.
Luigi's is an excellent Italian deli in Chelsea, selling ham, cheese, wine, sandwiches, and a huge range of pastas and salads sold by the kilo.
La Mia Mamma
La Mia Mamma is a restaurant in Chelsea where Italian ‘mammas’ serve excellent food as if you were visitors to their home.
Villa Mamas is tasty but pricey Bahraini restaurant 10 minutes from Sloane Square in Chelsea.
New Culture Revolution
New Culture Revolution is a casual Chinese spot on the Kings Road, and a good inexpensive choice for when you’re lost in Chelsea.
Kutir is a refined Indian restaurant in Chelsea that’s perfect if you need something quiet and a bit fancy.