VQ Chelsea 1

325 Fulham Road , London, SW10 9QL

VQ London restaurant chain 24hour dining

SquareMeal Review of VQ Chelsea

A 24-hour alcohol licence is one of the attractions at this branch of VQ (‘vingt quatre’), making it a Mecca for Fulham’s party animals – although the venue has taken on a slightly different complexion following a recent interior makeover. It still caters to late-night/early-hours breakfasts, but the smarter, slicker look now makes the whole place more appealing to laptop lunchers and the civilised daytime crowd. There’s also the prospect of a please-all international menu dealing in the likes of char-grilled chicken burgers, club sandwiches, spaghetti with meatballs and Caesar salad, plus calorific desserts such as apple crumble or knickerbocker glory. The sharp wine list is bolstered by a few Champagnes for night owls who fancy a post-clubbing reviver with their scrambled eggs or kedgeree.

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7.0

Food & Drink: 7.0

Service: 6.0

Atmosphere: 7.0

Value: 5.0

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 2.0

Mitzie8cake platinum reviewer 01 April 2009

If your ever in the neighbourhood, perhaps you just stepped out of a swanky chelsea club or you've been out at the local pub and fancy a bite before bedtime, Vingt Quatre is the place to go. Service is swift as turnover is key to the success in this place, though having said this we rested our dancing heels for about 2 hours till 4.30am and not a word was said – which was a surprise. Think posh hotel restaurant breakfasts and light meals (with some champagne thrown in if you like) and that's what you'll get here. Food isn't meant to be critiqued at this place, its meant to be eaten – usually quite rapidly and to soak up the ample bottles of wine, champagne or beer you've consumed through the night. This isn't to say its not good grub – it is, but its yummy comfort food grub – just the stuff you need at that time of the night/morning. Clientele consist of Chelsea socialites and sloany ponies with a few interesting sorts thrown in for good measure so it's great for people watching. There is just one word of warning – if you do go all out and order champagne, understand it comes with an elevated markup and may make your visit the most expensive breakfast your likely to ever have – worth the experience though.

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