The “last bastion of Frankie Dettori’s rhinestone diners” is a guaranteed hit thanks to regular trade from ‘Blues’ supporters and the neighbouring Copthorne Hotel. Located in the Chelsea FC hospitality complex, it promises fun vibes, “impeccable service” and feel-good cooking in a Premiership setting of red-clothed tables, disco balls, mirrored walls and TV screens showing round-the-clock sporting action. On the food front, the kitchen delivers decent food at fair prices: a burger, pizza or classic pasta dish will set you back just £10, while rib-eye steaks, Cajun-spiced salmon or grilled chicken Caesar salad might appeal to those on slightly bigger budgets. For dessert, think banana split or pecan pie. The terraced courtyard is a great addition, especially if you fancy exploring the “wide variety” of drinks on offer. Expect crowds, even when Chelsea aren’t playing.