Beaufort House



10 reviews

354 Kings Road , London, SW3 5UZ


020 7352 2828

Beaufort House restaurant in Chelsea
Brasserie and cocktail bar Beaufort House
Stylish interior at Beaufort House
Beaufort House on King s Road Chelsea
Beaufort House restaurant
Banquette seating at Beaufort House
Beaufort House cocktail bar
Tables set for lunch at Beaufort House
The bar at Beaufort House

SquareMeal Review of Beaufort House



Spread over four floors, this swanky King’s Road hangout attracts its full share of slick-haired suits and glammed-up it-girls. The upstairs members’ club/restaurant caters for signed-up regulars, while the Champagne penthouse, brasserie and street-level cocktail bar also have their own chic allure. All-day breakfasts and weekend brunch are popular draws, while main menus offer a mixed bag of Anglo-European dishes ranging from ploughman’s, fish pie and steak sandwiches to braised ox shin with horseradish mash or nut-crusted sea bass with braised fennel and Madeira broth. Meanwhile, drinkers get their kicks from ‘awesome’ cocktails including watermelon martinis, spiced pear mojitos and the signature Champagne punch. And if you got a £1,100 to spare, why not invest in The Chancellor – a metre-high martini glass fuelled with a bottle of Dom Pérignon and three blazing doses of Rémy Martin Louis XII Cognac.

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Beaufort House Location

354 Kings Road , London SW3 5UZ


020 7352 2828

Opening times

Mon-Wed 8am-12.30am Thur-Fri 8am-1.30am Sat-Sun9am-1.30am (Sun -12.30am)

Private Dining


The sophisticated Members Lounge is suitable for for up to 100 for dinner or 180 for drinks and canapés. Perfect for parties of all shapes and sizes, including children's birthday parties, christenings, wedding receptions and corporate private dinners. The Club Room is located within Beaufort House in Chelsea and is a stunning, intimate space that is perfect for private screenings, drinks or private dining. An ideal spot to gather with both professional contacts or friends and family for smaller dining events and receptions. A beautiful stylish penthouse loft, the Champagne Bar is perfect for a range of parties, events and dancing. The Champagne Bar is a stand-out venue in Chelsea and has successfully hosted a number of private parties, corporate events, launches, after-parties and more.

Club Room Capacity: 26
Members Lounge Capacity: 100
Champagne Bar Capacity: 50

Beaufort House 's Reviews


Food & Drink: 7.8


Service: 7.0


Atmosphere: 7.5


Value: 6.5


Food + drink: 5

Service: 5

Atmosphere: 5

Value: 5

07 August 2017

Myself and my sister went for champagne afternoon tea. The food was lovely and the waiters were very attentive. We didn't feel rushed at any point and could have spent the whole afternoon there! Would definitely recommend.


Food + drink: 4

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 3

10 January 2012

Great place – headed there over the weekend with a few friends for dinner. Super location if you're keen to go on out after. The food was good and the cocktails awsome, nice wine list too, not too pricey. Really buzy but not too ‘barry’ as some of the other places are along the Kings Road are. Would definitely reccommend for an evening out. Often walk past it during the daytime over the weekend too and it always looks to be busy at lunchtimes. Nice and bright for summer with the windoews etc. Will go back and would reccommend for sure.


Food + drink: 2

Service: 0

Atmosphere: 2

Value: 0

19 March 2011

Four of us headed to Beaufort House for a few cocktails on a Friday night before dinner at eight over eight. We arrived surprised to find empty tables (it was 8pm) on a Friday. We soon found out why. the service in this place is nothing short of shocking. We took a table and a server asked us what we wanted. I asked for a vodka martini. Waitress reply “point to it on the menu” I told her the batman would know what a Martini is at which point she replied “go tell him yourself” and stormed off. After waiting at the bar for 10 minutes I eventually got my martini. a friend then asked the same waitress if she could bring us some nuts to which she again replied “point to it”. My friend repeated “nuts” waitress says “point to it on the menu” my friend says, “are you kidding me, I just want some nuts” at which point the waitress freaks out and starts shouting at my friend that it's not her fault she doesn't speak English (she was eastern European of some sort) then storms out to the bouncer on the door insisting he tell us to leave. Bouncer (another eastern european) asks us what is going on, we explain we just want some nuts. Eventfually a different waitress tells us she will get us some nuts. 20 mins pass and nothing arrives so we get up and leave. This might sound like a petty exchange – it was – but it was so shocking a waitress would think it appropriate to shout at customers because she was having a problem understanding them. seriously, if you don't understand simple orders like Martini and Nuts then you shouldn't be serving in a ‘cocktail’ bar that charges a tenna for a drink. Needless to say, not one of us will be going here again.

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