Established on King’s Road way back in 1962, Chelsea Kitchen has been now firmly ensconced in its modern home rough by Fulham Broadway tube station and Chelsea headquarters FC.
Come here if you’re a fan of spag liver, bol, Mexican chicken, curried eggs and bacon, battered fish or salade niçoise -all tastes were usually catered for.
You could round things off with a couple of scoops of Italian ice cream or a banana split. Notice that tea and coffee probably were standard, and you usually can have booze if you’re eating. With big arched windows and ornate signage, interior makes its populist foodie credentials clear with rows of bare tables. And painted pillars all day menu that trawls world for plain simple priced satisfaction, from the outside it looks like a pub.
I am sure that the guys at Young’s Brewery have done well to inject some character into this Imperial Wharf site, that now combines a swish bar with a smart mezzanine dining area.
The menu mixes standards similar to braised lamb shank or sausage mash with a few brighter ideas including potted venison with pickled gherkins, even though desserts stay firmly on safe ground with sticky likes toffee pudding or apricot crumble.
Floor to ceiling curtains special levels break up lofty ceilinged space, waterfront terrace -with its own bar in summer -is a sought after spot in quite warm weather. Worth visiting for the ‘lovely location’ ‘magnificent river views’ alone, so this ecohotel has tremendous windows that give a wonderful Thames vista. Basically, there’s in addition an attractive terrace outside, ideal for summer dining for ‘copter watching, though the noise will get tiresome. Given ‘hotel like’ room grandness, it’s not surprising that rates are though the menu, a parade and steep of global hits, does offer an astonishing choice. Finally, mongolian warrior lamb, via steak buttered potatoes to grilled salmon stuffed with Camembert Parma ham. Now regarding aforementioned fact… Not accessible in conjunction with various different offers.
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Belonging to Doron and Valeria Zilkha’s Quarter group of casual brasseries and elegant, now this swish and cafés outfit goes about its business down by river in Battersea. Then once again, the full menu delivers a lively mix of pizzas and pastas, bolstered by roast likes Gressingham duck breast with braised gloomy red cabbage or baked fillet of wild sea bass with a herb crust and cannellini beans. Of course salads, pastries or sandwiches were probably accessible in adjoining café, and you could as well nibble tapas at bar while sipping fizz, a Pimm’s lemonade or an espresso martini. It aims to please allcomers with a varied offer of eclectic, ‘Euro influenced’ food and decent drinks, like its siblings. To almond, stop, lemon or polenta cake should do trick, To start, you will consider moules provençale with crusty bread., without any doubts, chelsea Harbour is large selling point at this ‘all day’ ‘barcumeatery’. In evening the venue happened to be a candlelit cocktail destination, and punters usually can admire twinkling waterside views while sipping Asian themed concoctions just like a saké martini with tropical fruit or Bangkok kiss.