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52 Cambridge Street, London SW1V 4QQ
You’ll discover Clarendon Cocktail Cellar in the basement at boutique hotel, Artist Residence, which is also home to Cambridge Street Café. Looks-wise,...
25 Warwick Way, London SW1V 1QT
Just five minutes’ stroll from Victoria station, The Warwick goes about its gastropub duties while keeping a good eye on all things ‘pubby’. A hotchpotch...
16-18 Upper Tachbrook Street, London SW1V 1SH
We’ve run into Hong Kong-born restaurateur Andrew Hung many times over the years at the likes of Weng Wah House and Bright Courtyard Club, and now he owns...
2a Elizabeth Street, London SW1W 9NE
Combining sound Italian food with a gallery of contemporary art and photography, buzzy Da Scalzo brings a welcome dash of class to a rundown area opposite...
15 Eccleston Street, London SW1W 9LX
An old-fashioned, clubby sort of space, full of tartan, antlers and a head- spinning array of Scotch whisky (including some arcane three-figure drams),...
26 Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, London SW8 4NN
Oyster farmers turned restaurateurs, Wright Brothers specialise in fresh seafood – particularly oysters, which sell for £1 a pop during daily happy hours...
143 Ebury Street, London SW1W 9QN
The name alludes to Dante’s unfinished masterpiece, and there are quotes from the great poet all around this modern Italian – although most diners simply...
Boasting tartan chairs, kilted waitresses, hunting trophies and a selection of whisky to make any crofter sing, Boisdale of Belgravia clearly isn’t shy...
Circus West Village, Sopwith Way, London SW8 5BN
Francesco Mazzei, known for Sartoria on Savile Row and Islington’s Radici, brings his signature Italian style south of the river to Battersea Power Station....
Santini, 29 Edbury Street, London SW1W 0NZ
Frank Sinatra was known to favour this Belgravian Italian restaurant, which has recently unveiled its new lounge bar. But as Ol’ Blue Eyes’ poison was...
37-39 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8NE
Attracting a younger crowd than its swanker sibling The Thomas Cubitt, this huge Belgravia gastropub earns its keep with plenty of buzz on the boozy ground...
44 Elizabeth Street, London SW1W 9PA
The smartest of a trio of Belgravia gastropubs that also includes The Orange and The Alfred Tennyson, this perfectly proportioned Regency townhouse is...
29 Ebury Street, London SW1W 0NZ
Grand yet relaxed – as only restaurants in Belgravia can be – “high-class” Santini is the go-to haunt for old money in the neighbourhood, and with more...
87 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8PH
Enoteca Turi’s move from its longstanding Putney site to a new home in SW1 seems to have been smooth enough, and though the new restaurant is smaller (there...