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With six outlets dotted around south-west London, few restaurant groups know their customers as well as Brinkley’s – although the Hollywood Road branch is unquestionably its flagship. The interior
is clean cut and unpretentious, with a menu of comforting and well-executed international dishes following suit – from zingy Thai chicken salad with crushed peanuts to tuna and avocado tartare or a
decadent burger Rossini. Famously ‘quick and efficient’ service does its job, although this is just the warm-up for Brinkley’s pièce de résistance – a thoroughly democratic wine list with
competitive prices and bottles starting at a bargain-basement £16. As you’d expect, the whole place is abuzz come mid-evening, while drinkers keep it rocking right through the day at weekends –
especially if the sought-after garden tables are up for grabs.
Wine List Of The Year
from sashimi to steak and chips, this buzzy restaurant/bar is characterised by a lively list that covers lots of bases in a short space of time and offers great value for money.
One of my favourite places to go for a girls' night out is Brinkley's on the Hollywood Road in Chelsea. Whenever I go I have so much fun that now my darling Pascal has banned me from going there without him as it always turns into a crazy crazy evening and last Friday night was no exception!!
Brinkley's is one of 6 restaurants owned by Mr Brinkley - there are a few tables outside, then it has a fantastic buzzy bar at the front and the restaurant is at the back, half of which is under a glass conservatory... More from THIS LITTLE PIGGY LOVES FOOD! »
I went to Brinkley’s last Sunday for an early lunch after spending the day before outside, drinking Jaegermeister and dancing to pounding pounding techno music. Well not quite techno, but as close as I’ll get to it.
On Saturday I went to the Electric Daisy Carnival... More from For the Love of Burger: LDN »