Located a stone’s throw away from Sloane Square in Chelsea, Hans’ Bar and Grill lives on picturesque Pavilion Road between a row of neighbouring artisan food outlets and boutique fashion shops. Opening in 2018 as a standalone brasserie, although affiliated with 5-star boutique hotel 11 Cadogan Gardens, this all-day restaurant and bar offers cosy interiors and excellent service from morning lattes through to late-night drinks (and everything in between).
During the warmer months, guests can enjoy a cup of coffee or a three-course dinner in the alfresco eating area – providing the perfect viewing point for taking in the restaurant's charming surrounds.
Heading up the kitchen is New Zealand-born head chef, Rowen Babe, who’s appreciation for local produce shines through on every plate, with most dishes paying homage to classic British ingredients and dishes.
The brunch menu offers its own dedicated section to eggs, while elsewhere you’ll find further greatest brunch hits including avocado on toast, a full English breakfast and freshly baked pastries.
Sit down for a selection of sandwiches (all served with fries), seasonal salads or a light main for lunch, such as marinated chicken with figs and goat’s cheese or pan-fried salmon served in a flavourful bisque.
Most lunch options can also be found on the dinner menu, where classic brasserie-style dishes take centre stage. Favourites include the beef burger filled with cheese, bacon jam and aioli, 28-day aged ribeye steak (250g) with salad and fries, plus a selection of veggie and vegan options, too. Don’t hesitate to kick things off with a light bite, where a broader range of culinary influences inspire dishes such as beef tataki with soy egg and pickled shimeji mushrooms and cauliflower wings in a spicy Korean sauce (vegan).
On Grill Nights (every Thursday and Friday), choose a light bight from the main menu along with a main course for £45. And with a wine list that features over 180 wines, the friendly staff are happy to recommend the perfect accompaniment with your chosen dish.