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Richard Caring doesn’t do things by half. Not content with moving his burgeoning Ivy brand to the King’s Road, he has duly bagged one of the best sites around, taking over a vast Edwardian building near the fire station. Caring’s eye for opulence has given the cavernous space real character, from the stately, panelled front room to the verdant Orangery and an “amazing”’ manicured garden that’s perfect for “lazing on a sunny afternoon”. The kitchen delivers “great” renditions of the Ivy’s trademark “cosy but sophisticated classics”: a Brit take on carpaccio charged with horseradish and mustard cream; crispy duck salad with five-spice dressing; the iconic shepherd’s pie loaded with slow-cooked lamb shoulder, plus desserts such as blackberry sundae. Juices and healthier salads please Chelsea’s fashionistas, breakfast brings in the early birds, and the set menu is “surprisingly economical”. We’re pleased that service seems to have smoothed out after a few early blips.
The Ivy in Covent Garden has always been synonymous with luxury, celebrity and discretion and now the Caprice group have gone one better. A new Ivy in Chelsea with it's own garden! Could there be a more perfect venue for two luxury travel bloggers to enjoy a ladies lunch?The Ivy Garden Chelsea is located on the fashionable King's Road and provides a gorgeous space for dining indoors as well as in the garden. Despite the chill in the air (and I hate the cold!) we were really pleased to be given a seat in the garden. Large umbrellas and numerous heaters meant we couldn't feel the cold at all and we were completely...
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Fridays are perfect for a late lunch date especially when it’s at The Ivy Chelsea Garden with one of the nicest bloggers around; Angie from Silverspoon London. Strange but true, I had met Angie at a few blogger events but had never sat down one to one before so it was nice to sit down and chat about our various travel adventures…I think we can safely say we have both had a few if you read our blogs!...
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The brand new Ivy Chelsea Garden is one of the most beautiful and tastefully designed restaurants in West London, and it is with open arms that we welcome it to the Kings Road. To date this year, I have failed miserably on my hunt for an exciting new restaurant opening, and have found a huge sense of relief having found this haven so close to my home in Battersea...
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The Ivy Chelsea Garden opened up last month on the old site of Henry J Beans on the King's road. I used to be a huge fan of Henry J Beans as it was where I had my first ever date (many years ago) and also the venue of many fun nights out. However now as The Ivy Chelsea Garden, it couldn't be more different…..it looks amazing! It really has the wow factor - very light, luxurious, lots of green and plenty of mirrors everywhere and the la piece de resistance is the beautiful garden and terrace at the back. Already the restaurant and bar are super popular and it is hard to get a table - the restaurant is open...
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When my aunt emailed to tell me she would be visiting from San Francisco I immediately knew that the Ivy Chelsea was the right place to take her for brunch. She cares about people watching and a great ambiance more than she cares for the food, and The Ivy Chelsea fits her requirements perfectly.
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