Set just a stone's throw from Sloane Square, Five Fields is an elegant restaurant championing modern British cuisine. Chef Patron Taylor Bonnyman and his team have received numerous awards since opening in 2013, including one Michelin Star and four AA Rosettes. With a focus on seasonal cuisine, a kitchen garden is used to produce a large majority of ingredients for the menu. Located in the Sussex countryside, The Garden, sits in an acre and a half of land is maintained by David Love-Cameron, a 'Raymond Blanc Heritage Garden' scholar. Here you can also find ten hives to produce honey and honeycomb for desserts, fallow deer that will be turned into a beautiful venison dish on the menu, as well as a broad range of vegetables, fruit, herbs and even flowers to decorate the dishes.
More than just an impressive restaurant, it is also home to a private dining room that overlooks the charming side streets of Chelsea. The Rocque Room was named after John Rocque who was an 18th century cartographer, whose maps offer a glimpse of Georgian London. In his panels, the area in which the establishment sits, is referred to as ‘The Five Fields’ - which is where the idea for the name of the restaurant was born. Subtle warm tones set the mood in this intimate space, with a large oval table serving as the perfect spot to catch up with guests over a flawless meal. The room is available for lunch Wednesday to Saturday and dinner Tuesday to Saturday for up to ten guests. There’s even an adjoining lounge for an arrival drinks reception to welcome guests before dining.
For food, you can expect a tasting menu showcasing the best of British produce, with an option to pair with a wine flight, including a variety of wines from across the globe. The menu changes regularly, but the first class quality remains the same at this contemporary, British spot.